The Curator Podcast: Episode 37 – Kyle Burgess of We Came from Wolves
Going to keep this blog short and sweet this week, mostly because the podcast itself is quite long – like, it’s over an hour long and I haven’t thrown out one of those bad boys for a while.
On this episode I sit down with Kyle from We Came from Wolves to talk about creativity. And we go deep. It’s probably the most extensive conversation about the creative process that I’ve yet had on this podcast, drilling down into the reasons, processes, habits and drive of both Kyle’s and, bizarrely, my own.
My modus operandi for this podcast has always been creativity. I always aim to act as a faceless proxy for you, hoping to make it feel less like you are eavesdropping on a conversation and more that you are having an intimate conversation with the guest.
For the most part, I think I’ve succeeded. Sometimes I seep into the cracks, and when I give an opinion on something I’m always wary, because it’s unlikely that everyone who listens will agree with said opinion.
This interview with Kyle goes in the completely opposite direction. We have a conversation about each other’s creativity. The focus is still very much on We Came from Wolves but there are moments where we just talk about stuff, and it really does come across like the microphone was simply eavesdropping in on a conversation.
You can judge for yourself.
There are a lot of highlights in this chat, so like the last few episodes I’m not going to list them. I’m simply going to let you hear for yourself.
Enjoy the episode!
Intro: Voodoo Puppets – Electric Chair Blues (used under CC licence, you can check it out here).
We Came from Wolves – Butterflies
We Came from Wolves – Where’d Your Love Go?
We Came from Wolves – Ruiner
I make no claim to the copyright of any of the music in this episode.
All of We Came from Wolves’ music is available on bandcamp and is, I believe, worth every penny.
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