John Bermudes is a freelancer, entrepreneur, local artist, former solider, teacher, and musician.
RasDude jumps on the podcast after over a year of living off island. He is back visiting and wanted to do an episode. He always has the crazy stories. Thought it ended with Episode 007?! We picked up right where we left off. Check it out!!
Ryan Shook is a musician, audio engineer, audio techie, and producer of the albums by Matala and The John Dank Show. Check it out!!
Freddy ForPeace jumps back on the podcast and it's all about life, music, and staying positive in a negative world. Check it out!!
Your friends are having a drink out at the bars, but you're stuck at home without a ride or you don't want to worry about adding a DUI to your clean record? Or how about you're stuck at home, but all your friends are heading to the local Pokémon Gym to battle? The Stroll Guam Mobile App might be your answer. Amit Sachdev, CEO of Stroll Guam, strolls on the podcast and gives a deeper insight to his brainchild and how his newest Mobile App can help your adventures become a success. Check it out!
Jordan Hardy jumps on the podcast and we talk music, life, writing, and so much more!! He's known for being the lead singer of Matala, but most recently, after a one year hiatus from music, he released his first single from his new band, Fat Tofu. He's an awesome guy and can't wait to have him not the podcast again.
Nia Serneo jumps on the podcast with her second visit to the studio!! She's awesome and needs her own show! She still doesn't know why I asked her to be on the show. Listen in and find out why! Check it out!!
Talented young rapper, Tyler 'Trips' Tanaka, jumps on the podcast and we talk music, the scene, development and growth of the mind. Check it out!!
Pale Eric jumps on the podcast once again, this time we talk about the History of the Church in Guam and how the changes from ancient Chamorro worship to Christianity relates to present day changes in the church in Guam.
Couple of months ago we ran to a problem with the recording of our conversation with Dr. Mike Bevacqua during our live show. We determined that we weren't able to retrieve the most content. So we decided to still release the episode because it's got information that all of us can use and understand when it comes to decolonization. Hope you enjoy!!
Joey Quenga, stateside raised but deeply rooted in the Guam culture, is the face of The BBQ Show on Island Block Radio. He jumps on the podcast to talk about his journey to radio life and how he has been able to stay rooted in Guam while growing up in Long Beach, California
Steve Lefever jumps on the podcast "in real life". We dig in to the depths of philosophy and our minds. Check it out!!
FESTPAC is over. Steve Lefever helped connect us to Ed Sablan, owner of PDX671 food truck, and Freddie Gutierrez, LA television writer. Dope ass conversation. Hope you guys enjoy it!
We made it to 50 episodes!!! Join our conversation with Guam's MMA Queen, Brogan Walker. She's making a killing in her young professional MMA career and the only way is up! Catch everything from nutrition, to education, and fighting. Check it Out!!
The owner's of Pika's Cafe and Kitchen Lingo, Pika and Lenny Fejeran, jump on the podcast and talk about what it takes create a concept, run a successful business with your most trusted partner, and staying balanced as a business and a family. Check it out!
For our 6th installment of the LIVE! Series, Steve Lefever joins the podcast from his home in Tokyo, Japan. A film addict, actor, writer, and director....Steve brings some insight on the struggles of making it in Hollywood to going to new place and making a foreign country your livelihood whilst still keeping the dream of writing and making films alive. Check it out!
We welcome The Muna Bros back on the podcast along with their newly appointed film festival director, Ruzelle Almonds, to talk film, festival, and the future of the industry in Guam.
The Table Talk Series
Master Random Live! welcomes Andrea Pellacani from Grassroots Guam to discuss medical marijuana.
The boys are back on the podcast. Want to hear what 4 friends that go back over 15 years talk about?? Check it out!
The Table Talk Series
I reached out to Jade Blas based on his social media posts. They were intriguing and definitely very positive. I wanted to find out if the person matches what's presented in the social media world. This was a great podcast. He references a lot of books, quotes, and clips that he has seen over his journey of living a better life the past 2 years. I hope you enjoy it. Thanks for listening!
After bursting onto mainstream media in Guam over 15 years ago, The Malafunkshun Boys, reunite on an epic episode of the podcast. It has been 8 years since they were all on the radio together. Get a behind the scenes looks at who they were, what they did, and how they were able to take an island by storm . Check it out!
Live Show 4 with San Diego Padre draft pick Trae Santos. Trae, a son of Guam, moved out to the mainland at a young age to pursue baseball. Hear his story on this episode following his practice for Spring Training with the Padres.
The Saina Series
Fresh off the release of his new documentary, I Am Chamorro, Pale Eric Forbes jumps on the podcast after almost 10 months. It's a refreshing reminder of the importance of our identity. Great episode. Check it out!!
The Table Talk Series
Happy Birthday to our homeboy "SlushPar". He jumps on the podcast and says anything he can possibly think of. This one's for you bro!
Live Show 3! Sunday, March 13, 2016. USC Offensive Lineman Zach Banner join us on the show all the way live from his home in Los Angeles, CA. Talks about his life growing up to playing Division 1 football and possibility of being the first Chamorro drafted into the NFL.......and his pride in having roots in Guam. Check it out!!