Moneka De Oro is a Cultural Practicioner in the Healing Arts of using Traditional Chamorro Techniques to heal the body. She shares her view on Chamorro Identity and Chamorro Healing. Find out more about this aspect of the Chamorro Culture by listening to this episode of Master Random.
Joey Certeza is an artist, entrepreneur, and cultural practitioner. We explore the meaning of what it takes to be "Chamorro", what is indigenous art, and where do we draw the lines between ancient and modern indigenous art.
The podcast finds itself in the Big Apple, NYC, with long time friend, Kenneth Hunn. This episode is filled with a whole mouthful of awesome ideas and conversation that will leave you with some food for thought. American politics and American economy is discussed and boy, it's a wild ride. Grab your favorite beverage, plug in your headphones, and delve into another awesome episode of Master Random.
Master Random, in Boston, with local musician, and Boston' newest resident, Doug Chan. Find out about his latest journey to get himself through Graduate School, majoring in Music. What does it take to attain an advanced degree in Music? Find out on this episode of Master Random.
The podcast meets up with a familiar voice, Joan Awa after shortly writing her new book, "Shadows in the Water". Joan shares with us her recent adventures and shares the inside scoop on her new book. Find out more about Joan and "Shadows in the Water" on this episode of Master Random.
After a short break, the podcast is Back! Serious video gaming crew, Drunken Raiders Worldwide: Ralph Sgambelluri, Collin Campbell, and Joe Camacho blast their way onto the show. Find out how Drunken Raiders Worldwide takes their gaming to the next level on the newest episode of Master Random.
Tom Akigami is a man with many hats: Entrepreneur, Event Planner, and currently organizing Trench Mudder, he shares his insights on his experience with event planning and more.
Rachael Esteves is a producer, musician, and owner of Playhouse Studios.
Peter Gervacio is a new game developer who created his first game from scratch and is hoping to inspire a generation of young creators to use tech and coding to it's fullest. Check it out!!
Nate Daddy and AJT jump on the podcast and hang out to talk shit. Enjoy hanging out with the most best friends of the podcast!
Jerred Alexander Pastones is the CEO|Founder of the The Native and is a young entrepreneur looking to change up the game in creativity through fashion, events, art, and music here in Guam.
Melchor Manibusan is an MMA pioneer in Guam, former MMA fighter, world traveled wrestler, gym owner, entrepreneur, and is the Founder|CEO of Spike Coffee Roasters, Pacific Island Mannge' Pops,Spike22, SUBMIT., and Cauliflower Culture.
John Bermudes is a freelancer, entrepreneur, local artist, former soldier, 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!