Radio Juxtapoz

9 Jan. 2023

Ian Strange isn't your traditional street artist, hell, he isn't your traditional installation artist. Architectural interventionist? Spatial performance artist? On his website, he notes, "His practice includes collaborative community-based projects, architectural interventions, and exhibitions resulting in photography, film, sculpture, installation, site-specific works, research, and documentary works." When looked at a whole, Strange is doing something more collective, more universal. He is talking about home, what it means to have a home and how home shapes the places we have seen and the people we become.

Over the course of this Radio Juxtapoz podcast, our first release of the new 2023 calendar year, Doug Gillen speaks with Strange about a wide-range of topics in regards to his practice, his recent installation in Ohio and that beautifully sublime and complex topic of home.

The Radio Juxtapoz podcast is hosted by FIFTH WALL TV's Doug Gillen and Juxtapoz editor, Evan Pricco. Episode 102 was recorded in early January 2023. Follow us on @radiojuxtapoz

5 Dec. 2022

“… painting Central Park is a challenge because there's so many paintings of it and everyone has their own personalized visual. But I thought if I just paint it in my own way, it's going to be unique.” —Stipan Tadić

This was the way we began our Winter 2023 Quarterly, with a quote from Croatian-born, NYC-based painter, Stipan Tadić. The quote seemed quite apt, as he was talking about a confidence in seeing, to paint something everyone knows but not everyone has seen your own version of it. And that is what Stipan does. He paints NYC streets as if they have never been seen before, with a keen eye that blends comics, humor, nostalgia, mystery and good-old-fashioned painterly skill.

We sat down with Stipan as the Winter issue was dropping, speaking with him about that keen eye to see what others see but attempt to reimagine it in your own voice, the fun in his work, his upcoming shows in Croatia and NYC and his penchant for going out at night. The city is like a video game in Stipan's work, and we love watching him play the whole landscape.

The Radio Juxtapoz podcast is hosted by FIFTH WALL TV's Doug Gillen and Juxtapoz editor, Evan Pricco. Episode 101 was recorded in NYC in November 2022. Follow us on @radiojuxtapoz 

28 Nov. 2022

Yes, here we are, Radio Juxtapoz turns 100. And what a way to turn 100 then to look back at the golden age of... well, suspended adulthood? For this 100th episode, we sit down with Laura June Kirsch on the occasion of her new photography book, Romantic Lowlife Fantasies: Emerging Adults In The Age Of Hope, a look at the unique era that was the Obama years, and what many would see as both a carnal, fun, debaucherous  and really, we must say, a literal end to an era. These may be party photos, but there is something more unique going on in Kirsch's photos, a time when music, art, corporate events, food culture, beer culture, festivals and a young generation of business owners and creatives all sort of came together into one party. And the party went on for a bit.

Full disclosure, I helped edit this book with Laura, and wrote in the book's introduction something I truly still believe today:

"I worked with Laura on this book via Zoom and it seems almost like it had to be that way. Maybe there was a need to rekindle a sense of nostalgia, but I think in a moment of pause and absence of sociability, Laura could begin to articulate what this era was. She was there. She participated. There is no judgment in these photos because it was a time when there wasn’t much care about expectations and societal norms. That is why I love these photos, love her stories about each moment, like how she accidentally appears and disappears in each of them. I only dipped my toe in those scenes, but I understood a sense of momentum in the Age of Hope for our generation. This book is perhaps a chapter closing. There may be a new Roaring 20’s on the horizon but that is what makes this era so bizarrely and disastrously wonderful. It wasn’t born off of a period of time when we couldn’t interact, had our live music and bars and nightlife taken from us. Romantic Lowlife Fantasies was literally a moment when we all decided collectively that life didn’t need a schedule. These photos are fun, a word we don’t use often enough in our vernacular, and Laura captures what it was like to just have that fantastical sense of community and fucking fun."

The Radio Juxtapoz podcast is hosted by FIFTH WALL TV's Doug Gillen and Juxtapoz editor, Evan Pricco. Episode 100 was recorded in NYC in November 2022. Follow us on @radiojuxtapoz //  https://www.romanticlowlifefantasies.com/

20 Nov. 2022

In celebration of the Moral Fibres collaboration between the charitable organizations Migrate Art and Love Welcomes, Radio Juxtapoz took a moment to speak on how they each have found a place in both the art world and philanthropic, activist spaces. As the two created a series of scarfs with the artists Chloe Early, Lakwena, Camille Walala and Sara Shamma, where each designed a "beautiful crepe de chine silk scarf, handmade by the incredible team of refugee women at Love Welcomes," we found a moment to highlight the project and learn more about what goes into each companies ethos.

Profits from the sale of every scarf will be split between Love Welcomes and Migrate Art, to support our work helping displaced communities. These scarves will launch next month (December 2022).

The Radio Juxtapoz podcast is hosted by FIFTH WALL TV's Doug Gillen and Juxtapoz editor, Evan Pricco. Episode 099 was recorded in London in November 2022 by Doug Gillen. Follow us on @radiojuxtapoz

11 Nov. 2022

This isn't his first rodeo with us, but wow, it's always great to sit down with our friend Axel Void. He is both an elegant and renegade soul, a painter, muralist, a lynchpin in the Void Projects community of artists and co-op of ideas and practice. He is constantly presenting his work alongside his peers and friends, building an identity that art is more than just a solitary expression, but a potential for a collective.   

When we were in Ferizaj, Kosovo for Mural Fest Kosovo, we sat down with Axel Void as he was preparing a workshop with the community there, fresh off another wonderful Void Projects gathering in Spain, and again, on the precipice of another wonderful mural and project in Kosovo.  

The Radio Juxtapoz podcast is hosted by FIFTH WALL TV's Doug Gillen and Juxtapoz editor, Evan Pricco. Episode 098 was recorded in September 2022 in Ferizaj, Kosovo by Doug Gillen. Follow us on @radiojuxtapoz

17 Oct. 2022

It was supposed to be a hailed and more open return to London art week and the Frieze Art Fair in Regent's Park. Sure, it was open last year, but 2022 saw a chance to revive the London art world after the pandemic and recent shock to the pound. But a few weeks ago, an outsider (albeit a much followed one) known as Mr. Doodle sent the message in the form of a massive 12-room Kent-mansion doodle out into the world and every newspaper, blog, social media account had something to say. But we wanted to go there ourselves and talk to the man himself. So that is what we did.

What we found was an artist who not only fulfilled a childhood dream of doodling an entire home, but someone with both an earnestness and bold sense of what would make him happy to complete the project. Over two years he doodled on nearly every inch of the home, a home in which he and his wife will move into permanently in the days to come. When the shock and awe wanes, you realize that the public may never get a chance to see this home and the artist himself will be living and amongst his own mind. We asked him about that, the incredible timelapse he made the project and how he hears the critics now. This is the Doodle House.

The Radio Juxtapoz podcast is hosted by FIFTH WALL TV's Doug Gillen and Juxtapoz editor, Evan Pricco. Episode 097 was recorded in October 2022 in Kent, England. Follow us on @radiojuxtapoz


10 Oct. 2022

For over a decade, the German artist HERA was one part of the successful street and fine art duo, HERAKUT. Their murals were seen across the world as part of a major generation of street artist who took muralism to new heights and interpretations. Her visual aesthetic, that of powerful women with a hybrid of animals and text made her and her partner, AKUT, international names in the movement.

Now boldly working just as HERA, her voice in street art is that of a veteran and of individuality. She is a trailblazer, and recently, we caught up with her at the Rise Up Residency in Margate, UK to see what her activism and vision looks like in 2022. As her tagline reads, "been busy doing street art for the past 2 decades…" but there is so much more just underneath the surface.

The Radio Juxtapoz podcast is hosted by FIFTH WALL TV's Doug Gillen and Juxtapoz editor, Evan Pricco. Episode 096 was recorded in October 2022 in Margate, England. Follow us on @radiojuxtapoz


7 Sep. 2022

For years, we have been fans of, and followed the muralist, painter, photography, illustrator and filmmaker Pat Perry. What started as a fascination with his On the Road style journal drawings, documented a bohemian life on the go around North America has now turned to an international view of building communities through art in places far and wide, including where this episode was recorded, in Ferizaj, Kosovo for Mural Fest Kosovo.

The Detroit-based artist is one of America's leading muralists, but when you dig deeper, his paintings are like contemporary Andrew Wyeth scenes of rural life and tender moments that often go overlooked. In this episode of Radio Juxtapoz, Doug Gillen speaks with Pat Perry as he completed his mural in Ferizaj and we hear about how the artist tried to embed himself where he paints, the bringing together of all his creative passions and taking of the life jacket of his career and jumping into the deep end of art. 

Pat was a participating artist for the On/Offline edition of Mural Fest Kosovo.

The Radio Juxtapoz podcast is hosted by FIFTH WALL TV's Doug Gillen and Juxtapoz editor, Evan Pricco. Episode 095 was recorded in September 2022 in Ferizaj, Kosovo. Follow us on @radiojuxtapoz

18 Aug. 2022

What world are we living in, really? We spend so much time traversing through different realms of reality and existence that sometimes our digital self meshes with our physical self and we can pretty much create any persona we want at any given time. Emma Stern is brilliantly creating art in these realms. She has observed and participated in the metaverse with her Lava Babys but found a way to take that universe into the most traditional of places; the easel and oil painting. It's a fascinating concept that is both traditional and of the most the most contemporary, and she is having so much fun doing it.

Her practice of taking 3D worlds and then taking that into the studio to paint has gained her international attention and made the NYC-based painter one of the newest voices in the contemporary art landscape. With shows at Half Gallery, Almine Rech and more, she is challenging our perceptions of what we consider "Internet art" and the possibilities of painting.

In this conversation of the Radio Juxtapoz podcast, Emma Stern discusses her process, what she thinks about the role of woman shaping the metaverse aesthetic and how a little salacious fun is not a bad place to explore our world.

The Radio Juxtapoz podcast is hosted by FIFTH WALL TV's Doug Gillen and Juxtapoz editor, Evan Pricco. Episode 094 was recorded on August 15, 2022 in London, Los Angeles and NYC. Follow us on @radiojuxtapoz

11 Aug. 2022

Every now and again, the Radio Juxtapoz podcast gets a chance to catch an emerging artist on the cusp of a pivotal moment in their career. What mean is literally in the gallery with the artist as their newest show is about to open. We love that, the energy and anxiety, the excitement and contemplation. In the instance of Toronto-born, Barcelona based Sophie Crichton, we found her at her solo show Bare Bones, opening at OMNI Gallery in London and her at the precipice of a major moment for her career.

Bare Bones is about abstraction, but it's also about the feelings we can't quite say in words as we go about this ever-changing landscape that we call daily life. We don't often have conversations with abstract painters on the podcast, but there is something so refreshing about conversations about mark-making, the challenges of abstraction and how an artist uprooted her life in Toronto for a completely new scene in Spain.

The Radio Juxtapoz podcast is hosted by FIFTH WALL TV's Doug Gillen and Juxtapoz editor, Evan Pricco. Episode 093 was recorded on August 8, 2022 in London Follow us on @radiojuxtapoz


4 Aug. 2022

We are asking more questions these days, aren't we? As fractured as we all seem, as disjointed and uncertain the present and future may seem, we are beginning to have conversations about how we face ourselves, peers, family, society and our past. The pandemic reset many of our lives, but also put a new perspective on our identities and the existence of those around us. If this time didn't change you or cause you to reflect, you really weren't paying attention.

Glenn Lutz is a writer and conceptual artist whose new book, There’s Light: Artworks & Conversations Examining Black Masculinity, Identity and Mental Well-being, is a result of years of conversations with fine artist and creatives in the Black community who are actively engaged in examining their mental health in the 21st century. In conversations with the likes of the late Virgil Abloh, Mark Bradford, Rashid Johnson, Steve McQueen and more, Lutz has become the conduit to an overlooked conversation in not only our society but the art world as well.

In this episode of the Radio Juxtapoz podcast, we speak to Lutz about putting this new book together, how open his subjects allowed themselves to be, growing up in LA, his own mental heath battles, how religion played a role in his life and how a move to Hawaii has settled his mind.

The Radio Juxtapoz podcast is hosted by FIFTH WALL TV's Doug Gillen and Juxtapoz editor, Evan Pricco. Episode 092 was recorded on July 29, 2022 in LA, Oahu and Margate. Follow us on @radiojuxtapoz


29 Jun. 2022

The first thing you need to know about Oslo-based artist Martin Whatson is that he is one of the nicest people in all of street art. We have known him for years on the Radio Juxtapoz podcast, traveled throughout Norway with him, been at numerous festivals and Basel years and have never sat down for a proper interview. Until, of course, Nuart Aberdeen and a chance to reconnect with old friends and get a sense of where everyone has been at over the course of a few years of dormant travel. And Martin has been busy.

Starting as a graffiti artist and stencil artist on the streets of Oslo, Whatson has always had a keen sense of a finding the right place for his artwork. His prints are some of the most popular releases in the game, and his murals, especially the one in Aberdeen this year, take both a historic and contemporary look at the city he is in and finds a way to create an eye-popping work to leave behind.

After a long night out, where all 3 of us were feeling it, we sat down with Whatson to discuss his early years in Norway, how he has been able to create a space for himself with prints and fine art, and how the pandemic allowed him time with family and in the studio.

The Radio Juxtapoz podcast is hosted by FIFTH WALL TV's Doug Gillen and Juxtapoz editor, Evan Pricco. Episode 091 was recorded on June 10, 2022 in Aberdeen, Scotland for the Nuart Festival. Follow us on @radiojuxtapoz

15 Jun. 2022

Working in the public space creates an interesting dichotomy for an artist. It is both a highly personal relationship to an audience and the wall itself, but the brief moment in time in which a street artist or muralist is in the location while they paint can create a separation from the artwork. In many cases, you leave just as the town begins to embrace your art. For Danish painter, Jacoba Niepoort, an artist who literally creates some of the most intimate works in the public space we have ever seen, there is both a tenderness and strength in how she approaches a wall. And, there is something about materiality, the surfaces she works on, that is a unique.

Creating murals and works on paper, Jacoba is working within time with surfaces that can be both enduring and fragile. A wall could crumble or the weather could wear down the colors. Working on paper, the art may fade with time. We love that sort of balance, and so does Jacoba.

In this episode of the Radio Juxtapoz podcast, we speak with Jacoba in the middle of painting a mural at Nuart Aberdeen, a wall that proved difficult with the changing weather patterns. She spoke to us about how the pandemic changed her practice, how she always wanted to change the world and pivoted to a new career and how she paints the bold poses of woman in unison.

The Radio Juxtapoz podcast is hosted by FIFTH WALL TV's Doug Gillen and Juxtapoz editor, Evan Pricco. Episode 090 was recorded on June 8, 2022 in Aberdeen, Scotland for the Nuart Festival. Follow us on @radiojuxtapoz

7 Jun. 2022

When we move away from a place at a certain, and find ourselves in a new land with new frends and schools and remake our childhood, it can be a jarring experience. Bony Ramirez moved from the Dominican Republic at the age of 13 and has now spent half his life in New Jersey, where he now is emerging star of the art world. His work is about memory and remaking the DR in his mind, a combination of folktales and his own impressions, as well as a powerful sense of where he came from and where he exists now. His work also asks questions; what it means to be a queer artist, what it means to treat a painting like an object and how to project a character with a sense of reconnecting with a heritage.

In this episode of the Radio Juxtapoz podcast, we speak to Bony on the heels of his solo booth at Independent Art Fair, on the precipice of a major year for the artist and how the pandemic allowed for the space to breathe and grow as a young painter.

The Radio Juxtapoz podcast is hosted by FIFTH WALL TV's Doug Gillen and Juxtapoz editor, Evan Pricco. Episode 089 was recorded in early June 2022 in LA, New Jersey and Margate, England. Follow us on @radiojuxtapoz

9 May. 2022

Living in the Pacific Northwest, Aleah Chapin's paintings feel like a reflection of the unique landscape. The way the blues mix with the greens, the way the waterways connect to the land; Seattle and the surrounding terrain... there is nothing like it on Earth. And that is the sort of balance, both figurative and abstract, that Chapin is painting.

On this episode of the Radio Juxtapoz podcast, Chapin talks about her desire to be a mirror to both her feelings and the times we live in, the type of artist with the desire to bring to the surface her inner self and feelings. Earlier in 2022, her solo show in Hong Kong at Flowers Gallery, the gallery noted that the "renowned (painter is knownO for her unflinching nude portraits of older women, relatives, and friends." Or, as Eric Fischl has put it, she is “the best and most disturbing painter of flesh alive today." High praise, and let's start here.

The Radio Juxtapoz podcast is hosted by FIFTH WALL TV's Doug Gillen and Juxtapoz editor, Evan Pricco. Episode 088 was recorded in early May 2022 in Seattle and Margate, England. Follow us on @radiojuxtapoz



25 Apr. 2022

BEZT was part of the now legendary Etam Cru, the Polish mural and graffiti team that was part of a revolution in the ways that we looked at muralism and the potential of street art. He is the rare artist who can treat a 20m wall into a studio painting, with detail and intimacy that also changes the way we look at the streets we inhabit and the potential for something else.

On the occasion of Crystal Ship in Ostend, Belgium, BEZT sat down with Radio Juxtapoz' Doug Gillen to talk about a new change in the way he paints, incorporating nature into his urban works, and the idea of sampling imagery.

This interview was made possible thanks to The Crystal Ship Festival and All About Things. Portrait shot by Doug Gillen. 

The Radio Juxtapoz podcast is hosted by FIFTH WALL TV's Doug Gillen and Juxtapoz editor, Evan Pricco. Episode 087 was recorded in early April 2022 in Ostend, Belgium. Follow us on @radiojuxtapoz

19 Apr. 2022

For years now, the Haifa, Israel collective now as Broken Fingaz has been a bit of everything and everywhere: graffiti, murals, screenprints, installations, paintings, photography and now a new monograph shows a unique combination of comic-book styles and cut n' paste imagery across every medium. Now spread across the globe, from London to Israel to Mexico, the crew is still making noise as a singular force and creating a sense of community and inclusion no matter where they are. They are funny and political, with roots in graffiti vandalism and champions of the evolution of the art form. 

In this episode of the Radio Juxtapoz podcast, Doug Gillen speaks with Broken Fingaz members UNGA and TANT on the occasion of their new mural in The Bird in Ostend, Belgium for The Crystal Ship, a mural for which they released a limited edition print with all proceeds from the sale going to refugees from the Russian war on Ukraine. 

This interview was made possible thanks to The Crystal Ship Festival and All About Things.Portrait shot by Yona Preminger. Music featured in the episode courtesy of 3421. 

The Radio Juxtapoz podcast is hosted by FIFTH WALL TV's Doug Gillen and Juxtapoz editor, Evan Pricco. Episode 086 was recorded in early April 2022 in Ostend, Belgium. Follow us on @radiojuxtapoz

12 Apr. 2022

Accidents happen—on purpose. I’ve heard that phrase before and it feels reasonable, yet abstract enough to inform daily life. Ukrainian-American Maya Hayuk’s paintings are an elaborate stream of consciousness made in a valiant attempt to contain an accident, and in the process, feel absolute and free. For decades, she has channeled the folk traditions of outsider art with graffiti and street art. Her studio paintings and murals feel improvised, but there is a narrative thread that runs throughout: what is our existence if not chance, what is creativity if not a blurring of the lines between process and bursts of unchained energy?

ElevenEleven, or 11:11, is symbolic. It was also the name of her last solo show in San Francisco in the Fall of 2021. Some say it's an indication of cosmic enlightenment, others use the time to signify making a wish. The conclusion amongst numerologists and spiritualists is that it's a moment when we are our most open, or consciousness is most exposed. You may find time arbitrary, and most artists probably find time to be so when they are in the depths of creating. When we sat down with Maya Hayuk in Belgium this past spring during The Crystal Ship festival, we found her the rare artist who freely takes this openness out in public. Her murals and work as a Barnstormer transformed the American landscape into something of a dizzyingly abstract dream. It opened minds to the possibility of a new kind of muralism, something both folk and surreal. But this time, when we spoke with Maya, we spoke about Ukraine, about the importance of art as a symbol of peace, as a tool of understanding and protest, as an instrument of passion and belief, and enlightenment in a completely different way.

This interview was made possible thanks to The Crystal Ship Festival and All About Things. Music featured in the episode - Polyphony Project and DakhaBrakha

The Radio Juxtapoz podcast is hosted by FIFTH WALL TV's Doug Gillen and Juxtapoz editor, Evan Pricco. Episode 085 was recorded in early April 2022 in Ostend, Belgium. Follow us on @radiojuxtapoz

28 Mar. 2022

Through the most abstract of output, British artist Idris Khan is speaking to us in the most literal of ways. Through paintings and sculpture, Khan is in a constant conversation between lightness and darkness; obviously at the time we live, a pivotal discourse. On the occasion of his new print with Migrate Art, "I Thought We Had More Time...," with 100% of profits will be sent to Disasters Emergency Committee via the Evening Standard's Ukraine Appeal, this conversation of universality and tragedy is at the forefront.

As Sean Kelley notes of Khan's work: "Whilst Khan’s mindset is more painterly than photographic, he often employs the tools of photomechanical reproduction to create his work. Photographing or scanning from secondary source material–sheet music, pages from the Qur’an, reproductions of late Caravaggio paintings–he then builds up the layers of scans digitally, which allows him to meticulously control minute variances in contrast, brightness and opacity. The resultant images are often large-scale C-prints with surfaces that have a remarkable optical intensity."

The Radio Juxtapoz podcast is hosted by FIFTH WALL TV's Doug Gillen and Juxtapoz editor, Evan Pricco. Episode 084 was recorded in March 2022 in London. Follow us on @radiojuxtapoz


23 Mar. 2022

It's not hyperbolic to say that for many people over the last decade plus, Detroit's 1XRUN has taught many how to collect art. To feel comfortable with it. To see a form of art they love, street art, and figure out a way to have a piece of it in their homes. Through their art print business, their various gallery iterations and Murals in the Market, Jesse Cory and Dan Armand have taken a love of graffiti, street art, storytelling and Detroit and turned it into one of the pillars of print collecting around the world. And now through NFTs, they are once again changing the way we collect.

We have been trying to get Jesse and Dan on the Radio Juxtapoz podcast for years, and as we are nearly at the 1-year anniversary of the early NFT craze, we thought it would be a good time for Juxtapoz editor Evan Pricco to chat with the two from their Detroit base as we discussed how the pandemic changed their business, how Glenn Barr changed their strategy in the early years and how their lifelong friendship has allowed them both to have honest conversation about the business of art and the evolution of collecting.

The Radio Juxtapoz podcast is hosted by FIFTH WALL TV's Doug Gillen and Juxtapoz editor, Evan Pricco. Episode 083 was recorded in March 2022 in Detroit and Los Angeles. Follow us on @radiojuxtapoz


3 Mar. 2022

We rarely get a chance to talk about psychedelics on the Radio Juxtapoz podcast, but we are jumping right into the ether now. In conjunction with the Outsider Art Fair 2022 and their 30th anniversary, Radio Juxtapoz sat down with Psychedelic Solution founder, Jacaeber Kastor, artist Fred Tomaselli and writer Carlo McCormick for a special conversation around the fair's exhibit, Field Trip: Psychedelic Solution, 1986-1995.

Kastor was a pivotal figure in transforming the way we look at psychedelic art, from collectability, viability and historical precedent. Through Psychedelic Solution in NYC, he brought so many psychedelic artists to prominence, from poster artists to musicians, Rick Griffin to Giger, comics to just the best trip you will ever see on canvas. Alongside Tomaselli and McCormick, the three talk about their own experiences with psychedelics, how these types of art practices have an almost folkloric history and what the OAF will present from March 3—6, 2022 at the Metropolitan Pavilion in NYC.

The Radio Juxtapoz podcast is hosted by FIFTH WALL TV's Doug Gillen and Juxtapoz editor, Evan Pricco. Episode 082 was recorded in February 2022 in  NYC. Follow us on @radiojuxtapoz


28 Feb. 2022

John Fekner is both a historian and pivotal artists who transformed the ways we looked at street art and graffiti. You know him for his work in the Bronx in the 1970s and early '80s, the massive stencil works that read BROKEN PROMISES and DECAY, painted upon what almost appeared to be the post-apocalyptic landscape of the city. His career started in the late 1960s, but found a voice working amongst the unique artists of the era that transformed the way we looked at the art on the streets.

As we look at a particular series of NYC artists in a new trilogy and new season of the Radio Juxtapoz podcast, we speak to Fekner on a winter morning about his history on the streets of NYC, how the city now reflects that late 1970s era, his collaborations with Don Leicht, Fashion Moda as a movement and why that era still resonates today. It's a history lesson and the moment as John sees it now.

The Radio Juxtapoz podcast is hosted by FIFTH WALL TV's Doug Gillen and Juxtapoz editor, Evan Pricco. Episode 081 was recorded in February 2022 in London and NYC. Follow us on @radiojuxtapoz 

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