The True Meaning of BSing

Sean K = me, Sean Kneese. I originally started this podcast as simply a space for traditional interviews with artists and other creative types. As I started bringing on increasing numbers of diverse guests, the show organically developed its own theme: I converse with people who think and live outside the box and are pursuing their creative and intellectual passions. They are non-conformists: people who go against the grain and follow their own path. I also like to provide a platform for opinions that aren't often heard in the mainstream media, and prefer to keep a conversational feel to my interviews. I enjoy talking to all different kinds of people from all walks of life and I hope that my podcast can show that we all have more in common than we think, even if it might not always seem that way on the surface.

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Episode 9: Shari Piontowskie: Human Rights Activist and member of the Jersey City Peace Movement





In this episode, Sean K talks to his friend Shari Piontowskie of the Jersey City Peace Movement. Topics discussed include politics in Jersey City, homelessness and poverty in America, Gaza, Ferguson, and the militarization of of the police.

Sunday, August 17, 2014

Episode 8: Jonathan Jung: Suburban Monk and Spiritual Teacher at the Art of the Heart in Chester, New Jersey




In this episode, Sean K talks to his good friend Jonathan Jung about his spiritual chanting and healing classes he teaches at The Art of the Heart in Chester, New Jersey. Jonathan Jung also talks about his spiritual beliefs, his thoughts on the world, and a shift in consciousness he believes humanity needs to go through in order to progress.

Thursday, August 14, 2014

Episode 7: Jan Frederickx: Founder of the Belgian Political Grindcore Band Agathocles






In this episode Sean K interviews Jan Frederickx/Jan AG of the Belgian political grindcore band Agathocles. Jan talks about the early days of grindcore in the early 80s and it's origins in the punk movement, his experiences playing shows, his distaste for sexist and homophobic bands, and his passion for the D.I.Y. punk/grindcore scene.