Sound and Fury Podcast Episode 3: Goh Nakamura

Greetings, angry listeners. A big thank you to everyone who checked out episodes 001 and 002 of Sound and Fury: The Angry Asian Podcast. And much gratitude for all the great feedback. Be sure to subscribe if you haven't already.

We took a little break after hustling hard to release those first two episodes so close together, back-to-back. Still getting used to format. But Sound and Fury is back and ready to go with another episode.

So, without further ado, check out my conversation with Goh Nakamura...

Episode 3: Goh Nakamura

We share a beer and hang out with Bay Area musician Goh Nakamura, who chats about his music, his unexpected indie film career, and his upcoming Kickstarter-funded web series. And of course, epic karaoke sessions.

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Some notes on this episode:

  • For further information about what's going on with Goh Nakamura, be sure to visit his official website at gohnakamura.com

  • Goh's album Ulysses is still available as a free download here.

  • Watch director Dino Ignacio's amazing animated music video for "Embarcadero Blues," the YouTube video that started it all for Goh.

  • Watch Goh's cool cover of The Cure's "Just Like Heaven."

  • To learn more about the feature films Surrogate Valentine and Daylight Savings, directed by David Boyle and starring Goh Nakamura, and to purchase music from the movies, go here.

Real big thank you go Goh, and also to Michael Aki for letting us use his place. Special thanks to Sabzi for the music. And to everybody else, thanks for listening. If you dig it, please subscribe, spread the word and check back for future updates.

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