Live From BMIR (Burning Man Information Radio): It’s Better With You Here

La Victrola , the world’s biggest gramophone  by Tim Bremner, Marcel Cacdac and Nick Fynn  | Photo by  Jorgensen Photography

La Victrola, the world’s biggest gramophone by Tim Bremner, Marcel Cacdac and Nick Fynn | Photo by Jorgensen Photography

Life is a Festival 029:

Live From BMIR (Burning Man Information Radio)

Welcome back from Black Rock City!

At Burning Man this year, Jex, Operations Manager at BMIR (Burning Man Information Radio) invited me to be on her Monday afternoon show. My pal, David Block, The Human Experience, wandered by my camp just before I left so I brought him along. In the studio, we were also joined by Wolverine, BMIR’s Assistant Sound Engineer.

The show started out pretty silly, but then David set the table with a juicy lamb chop of vulnerability, speaking directly to his wife Kristina. From there we went deep into what it means to be a conscious man on the Playa, performative vulnerability, consent and the lost art of listening.

Special shoutout to the fans of the show I met at Burning Man this year Taylor, Alex and Kyrie! Your reflection of my work elevated my burn in ways I can't possibly express.

For those missing the dust, enjoy this little pop of Playa magic!


Graphics Designed by Andy McErlean

Theme song ““Peculiar Colors” [Manjumasi]“ by dj atish