Lets Chat! with Chris Revill

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Mike Cuenca is a Cuban-American, self-taught, award-winning writer and director. Mike's latest film Ill Be Around takes place against the backdrop of a post-punk music festival, dozens of struggling thirty-somethings deal with a wide variety of social and philosophical issues in their respective lives, from generational angst to premature ejaculation. Notable punk rockers J Mascis (Dinosaur Jr), Jonah Ray, (“Mystery Science Theater 3000”), Frank Agnew (The Adolescents), Casey Royer (D.I.), and punk icon Pleasant Gehman all appear in the film. We are joined by co-host Shaun Michael Colón of A Fat Wreck.
Jon Nix is a filmmaker and co founder of Turnstyle Films a cleveland based Independent Production Company founded in 2010. Jon's latest documentary Beyond Barricades: The Story of Anti Flag is out on V.O.D October 16h and available for pre order through A-F Records. We are joined by Shaun Michael Colón of A Fat Wreck as guest co host. 
Pat Edwards of Apotheosis Studios chats about his latest project The Red Opera. This 5e campaign and setting book is based on DiAmorte's heavy metal album of the same name, and builds a world of warlocks for your high level party to explore. The Red Opera will be running through October 1, 2020, and you can find it on Kickstarter now! You can also check out Pat's book Space Tripping, his podcast Let's Rewatch, or catch him streaming on Geekly Inc's Happy Hell Hour on Tuesdays at 2 PM EST. 
Founder and host Revill sit down with the Let's Chat! producing team for our first ever producers episodes. We chat about Bri, Chris, and Mikes's origin stories, how they came to the show, and whats next for Let's Chat!
Rob Duguay is a arts and entertainment journalist whose work can be found in both local and national publications. On this episode we chat about his roots starting in college radio, the Rhode Island music scene, Revill defends nu-metal and ska, sports, and more.    
Elyse Press Major is the editor and chief of Providence Media and author of author of the tinkered treasured books and blog. On this episode we chat about how Elyse was able to weather the storm when the pandemic hit, her time in the 80's hardcore and punk scene, crafting, our love of comedy and much more.
Tach Van Sickel is a podcaster, musician, and animator. Tach is cohost of A Very Brady Podcast is a celebration of the iconic television show, The Brady Bunch. Every week hosts, Tach and Jimmy Klein hilariously break down the show one episode at a time! On this episode chat about why he started a Brady Bunch rewatch podcast, working at Space X, why Florida gets a bad wrap, hanging out with Sam Rivers of Limp Bizkit, and much more.
This is audio was taken from What Cheer Writers Club Virtual event Leveling Up: Grow and Monetize your podcast moderated by Chris Revill. Ready to take your podcast to the next level? Learn industry secrets from professional podcasters like Daniel Denvir (The Dig), Caitlin Durante and Jamie Loftus (The Bechdel Cast), Mary and Blake Larsen of Mary & Blake Media, and the hosts of PVD's own Spark Up podcast. From building a brand to monetizing the hard work you put into each episode, this virtual panel moderated by Chris Revill, host of of Let's Chat! with Chris Revill, will give you the tools you need to level up. Find all events at https://www.whatcheerclub.org/
Ed Bachta is the host of the Unaired podcast. Ed friends watch shows that were cancelled with episodes left unaired and pitch their ideas of how the show would have proceeded if it hadn’t been cancelled.
Heath Saraceno is best known as the guitarist/vocalist of Midtown and Senses Fail. Christian Lesperance conceived of Jersey Interchange during the Covid-19 quarantine new musical collaboration series that reimagines the songs of the New Jersey punk, hardcore, emo and ska scenes of the late 1990s/ 2000s. On this episode, we chat the drive-thru days, being on a major label, touring with Blink 182, the origins of the Jersey Interchange, working at Fuse, and much more.    
Margy Feldhuhn is the co-owner of Interview Connections, the first and leading podcast booking agency. Margy has taken on a creative role in the agency as well, co-hosting and producing podcast and video content for the company. On this episode, we chat about the trauma that led to her finding E.M.D.R therapy (Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing), how she became an entrepreneur and began working with Jessica Rhodes, her journey with Interview Connections, animal rescue and much more.
Shaun Michael Colón is a documentary film director and the founder of [open -ended] films. Shaun returns to the podcast to chat about life after his first documentary A Fat Wreck, his new documentary Age of Audio, seeing a Propagandhi show with Ira Glass, being a working class creative and much more. Producer Will Forcier joins as co-host.  
To stand with solidarity with the #Blacklivesmatter movement we are releasing an episode of a podcaster of color. Friend of the show and past guest Erin Alexanders BOSS: The Business of Soul Searching episode.
Pete McCullough plays bass in the american ska punk band Streetlight Manifesto. On this episode we chat about joining the band in 06, the Victory years, how he did not grow up in the ska punk scene, playing Radio City Music Hall and much more. This episode we are joined by co host Jon Tummillo lead singer of hardcore ska band Folly.  
Benny Horowitz is the drummer for The Gaslight Anthem and Mercy Union as well as co-host of Going Off Track and The Tune Up Podcast. On this episode we chat about spirituality, mental health, the ups and downs of being in a touring band, and much more.  
Griffin Newman is an actor and comedian known for his portrayal of Arthur Everest on Amazons The Tick, and co host of Blank Check Podcast (Time Magazines Top 10 podcast of 2019). On this episode we chat about his experiences making The Tick, the rise of popularity of Blank Check podcast, working with Kevin Smith on his role as Orko on Masters of the Universe, from growing up in a fan to being a source of fandom and much more.
Dan Kozuh is a comedy writer and author whose work has been featured in such publications as SFweekly, The Los Angeles Daily News, Billboard Magazine and more. Dan has also written over 200 articles for The Hard Times and their nerd culture sister site, Hard Drive. In April 2019, Dan published his first novel: LINGERIA: Book One of One. It’s a comedic fantasy story about an author’s discovery that the fantasy world within his novels is real and all of the characters revere him as their god and creator. As one review put it, "It is Lord of the Rings meets Hitchhikers' Guide.” Another called it “George R.R. Martin New Nightmare's himself”. In this episode, we chat about how Kozuh came to write for The Hard Times and how his writing has touched the lives of his subjects, being christian metal and ska kid, our love of Louie Anderson, and his struggles with mental health.
Alex Schumacher is an author/illustrator who has worked with the likes of Arcana Studios, Viper Comics, and DreamWorks TV. His first collection of literary magazine comics, Defiling the Literati, was released in 2017 to rave reviews. That same year Alex was also nominated for a ‘Best of the Net’ award for his graphic narrative collaboration with underground poet John Bennett. Alex continues to produce the weekly webcomic Decades of (in)Experience (est. 2015) for Antix Press and the monthly misadventures of Mr. Butterchips (est. 2016) for Drunk Monkeys. On this episode we chat about a great deal of topics with unflinching candor including the twists and turns of Alex’s career path, dealing with mental health issues, recovering from alcoholism, his love/hate relationship with the funny book industry at large, and more.
"When asked to describe herself. She is a twenty-three year old novelist whose genres include Dark-Fantasy, Romance, Erotic Romance, Science-Fiction, and Steampunk. When asked what drives her, Aimee says, “The world around me. The people I know. The love I have gained. The pain I have endured.” Though young, Aimee has experienced many things that she believes no one (man or woman) should ever have to endure, and as a result of that she has turned her pain into liquid words that fill the pages of her books, novels, novelettes, and short-stories.. Aimee chats about her creative process while working, her Supernatural fandom, and her new book The Broken Daughter! with special guest host Matthew Picinich
On this episode we chat about how the podcasting industry has changed since joining Codex Prime Podcast. The community and friendships that have come from podcasting. We geek out about Star Wars, hip hop, wrestling, and shit on The Joker. Carl chats about growing up looking like “Urkel” and meeting Jaleel White at Rhode Island Comic Con and much more. Listen to Codex Prime Podcast, Follow on Facebook, twitter, Instagram, and Twitch Carl on Twitter and Instagram Editor-Kevin Ivers of Talk Dirty To Me
Tony Pacitt is an improviser who performs at Wage House, Matt Ferrara is a photographer and musician. With their powers combined they host the podcast What Did We Miss? On What Did We Miss Tony and Matt explore their pop culture blind spots. Show notes See Tony Live-WageHouse Matt- Photos, music  What Did We Miss?, Twitter, Facebook
Vanessa Lillie is originally from Oklahoma, but she calls Providence, Rhode Island home with her husband and dinosaur-aficionado son. Her debut thriller, Little Voices, was an Amazon bestseller and number one psychological thriller for all of September 2019. Little Voices received starred reviews from Publishers Weekly and Library Journal as well as must-read lists in Real Simple, Refinery29, Cosmopolitan UK, and Bookish. It was also named one of the best debut thrillers of 2019 by Bolo Books. The Providence Journal review said, "Aficionados of mystery, thriller and horror will savor this intricately plotted page-turner that builds to a stunning denouement." Lillie’s next thriller, For the Best, releases September 2020, and it will also be set in Providence. On this episode we chat about her experiences of becoming a new mo, post partum depression, growing up as real life Lisa Simpsons, going to church in a funeral home, EMDR therapy, ghost, and more.
Erin Alexander Edward is the CEO and host of The Business of Soul Searching a podcast that features risk taking individuals who have faced their fears and came out on the other side. Erin is also the co-founder of Master Your Glo which is creating a space for women of color to master their wellness. 
The Vern is host of Cinema Recall a podcast dedicated to discussing iconic scenes in classic movies. The Vern is also a contributor to That Moment Inn, and runs the film blog The Vern's Video Vortex.
PODSWAP: my appearance on You Can Do it: do it This week we're joined by Chris Revill, host of "Let's Chat! with Chris Revill": a weekly long form conversational podcast featuring guests from the world of comedy, music, podcasting and beyond. Chris has been hosting "Let's Chat!" since 2013, and has released over 200 episodes! It's a great listen, from a genuine and engaging host. Topics include the social and communal aspect of podcasting, coming out on the other side of depression, how to connect with people, and the things that keep you excited several years into producing a show.      
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Let's Chat! Media
Podcast Status
Jan 26th, 2014
Latest Episode
Oct 19th, 2020
Release Period
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About 1 hour

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