A Physical Health Rundown with the founder of RGX Medical
It's been almost 15 years since Richard Gottlieb aka Wolverine found himself working in the festival medical space. It was a passion for people that brought him here. We get to know Wolverine a bit for the first half hour of the show before getting into a quick and dirty primer on this year's big buzz: Narcan. The final third of the conversation gets into various physical health and safety notes including hydration, drug interactions, and the importance of washing our hands. Spoiler alert: There are no magic pills. Closing set by Pumpkin.
Pumpkin's full set: soundcloud.app.goo.gl/coueen9AVJMdZ26Z6
Learn CPR in fourish minutes: youtu.be/1lwRQTGzKcw?t
Or if you just can't even do four minutes, this one is amazing and it's a minute. Wolverine notes that this one is a bit dated as we normies don't check for breath anymore: youtube.com/watch?v=T4hkwKhbIgc
Athena Demos, Ginger Fox and Haley Who geek out about Waking Dreams
The annual Pre-playa Planner returns after a two year hiatus. Athena Demos, Ginger Fox and Haley Who share which art projects they're eager to see, some thoughts on what they're excited about experiencing at Burning Man 2022 and a few insider tips and tricks on elevating the whole experience. No closing set this time! But what we do have is a bunch of links to explore and music to jam out to on your trip to Black Rock City.
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Mark Day's 24 Hours at Burning Man videos are there for you when you need that final push
From the comfort of YouTuber Mark Day’s Northern California living room, this episode begins with dissecting silliness versus comedy, before following Mark from his childhood in Scotland to the inception of his first ever 24 Hours at Burning Man video series, which have inspired thousands of would-be Burners to take that final leap to go Home. Closing set by Cptn Jay
DJ/Producer Reda Briki follows the music to Playa del Carmen
Eleven year French Algerian burner Reda Briki was inspired to begin his DJ career through dance. He has explored, played at and been present for many iconic moments in dance music history and played with some of the biggest names on a journey that lead him through San Francisco, New York, Burning Man and most recently, Playa del Carmen and Tulum in Mexico. Closing set by Reda Briki (Siesta)
Susanna Eggli has zero plans to quit burning any time soon
Susanna Eggli is 69, has been burning for 18 years and is the sole member of Camp Tragique. A product of "free range parenting," Susanna solo trekked through Europe at 15 and doesn't pack anything for Burning Man she can't lift on her own. Closing set by Bamboom (Mystical Misfits)
Editor's note: Not sure if it was made totally clear: I'm Not Dead Yet is actually Susanna's playa name.
Destiny Lounge 3D has been serving Black Rock City for 14 years
Camp founder Dave Taylor is joined by 3D artist Debi Cable to share the story of Destiny Lounge. We'll learn the evolution of the camp over almost two decades, back story of how they became Destiny Lounge 3D and their most recent year where the entire camp almost didn't make it after an accident on the way to the burn. Closing set by Gold Dust Divas (Steely T Mutant Vehicle)
Context artist Afternoon Kitty gifts totems on dance floors around the world
Navigating and intellectually dissecting dance floors around the world inspired Steve aka Afternoon Kitty to elevate the experience of gifting at festivals into its own unique art project. His totems and dance culture creations have since evolved to a sustainable fashion line. We follow his years of compulsive gifting through various festivals and Burning Man to his travels through Berlin as well as a hilarious court appearance for trespassing. Closing set by Mira (Neptune Music/Zero Agency)