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New York Said

Teacher, sales associate, officer, tobacconist, rebel, MTA worker, artist, drifter - who? These are the people in your neighborhood. Hosted by Amon Focus, the New York Said podcast features in-depth artful conversations with people you don't often hear from, to hear things that aren't often shared (said), spotlighting life in New York. This is what New York Said. New episodes available on Tuesdays.
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Mar 21, 2017

Today’s guest on the show is Photographer and Content Creator, Bryon Summers.

In this episode we kick it in Union Square so you know this going to be a noisy siren, disturbed by characters in the park, fun fill episode. That being said, Bryon and I conversed about portraits walks, TheWeLoveYouProject, staying consistent, podcast being the new blogs, sticking to it, visiting Google and much much more.

Please enjoy.

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Links to the Stuff they Talked About

The Coffee Shop

James Anthony 

Lucky Peters

Street Etiquette 

Jamel Shabazz 

Subway Sums

PG County Maryland 

Fuji X100 s

Hoyt–Schermerhorn Streets

Union Market DC

Google Cultural Institute

Bowie State University

Mass Appeal - Watch and Witness 

The Combat Jack Show

Premium Prete 

DJ Red Alert

Young Metro

J. Cole

Money and Violence 

This episode is sponsored by Gorilla Coffee.

Mar 15, 2017

Today’s guest on the show is DJ Neil Armstrong. I’ve been listening to Neil’s mixes for well over 10 years now and I can honestly say I was pretty hype when he accepted my invite to appear on the show.

In this episode we have a super in-depth conversation about paying dues, how to sustain longevity in the entertainment business, his dog Poh, universal languages, his various experiences as a tour DJ for Jay Z, Neil’s Dinner & A Mixtape series plus much much more.

Just a heads up, we recorded this in a pretty quiet room. And a bunch of little kids showed up with their moms and all of a sudden it got live. It got loud, but Neil and I never stopped. We were knee deep into the conversation and at that point it didn’t make sense to move.

You can still hear us really clearly but the party in the background does get a bit distracting at times, I apologize in advance.

With that said, please enjoy. 

 

Mar 7, 2017

Today’s guest on the show is Drummer, Showtime Hood. As I was transferring to the F train at West 4th I heard the familiar sound of Showtime's drums. I stopped, listened and invited him to the show. He was happy to play a set but when I asked for an interview, Showtime thought it would be best to let his music do the talking. 

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