Dream Catalogue Podcasts
CANVAS #153 - What Does It Mean To “Be Yourself”?

CANVAS #153 - What Does It Mean To “Be Yourself”?

January 14, 2020

In this extended episode, HKE and Shima finally get into a long-promised conversation about Object and Subject, stemmed off of the back of a conversation about the nature of the self, and what it means to be yourself. Is behaviour learned, or taught? Does infinity exist? What is the limit of HKE's philosophy? Does it have a limit? All of these questions and more are answered in this one.

CANVAS #152 - Interview With Nicol On Fashion

CANVAS #152 - Interview With Nicol On Fashion

January 11, 2020

Nicol joins the duo to talk about fashion - from his recent clothing, to the philosophy and meaning behind it. In an episode that has quite a few tangents and feels more like a classic episode of CANVAS, join the familiar troupe as they deliver more than they advertised.

CANVAS #151 - Interview With chris†††

CANVAS #151 - Interview With chris†††

January 11, 2020

Join the duo as they have a sit-down interview with chris††† about his projects, his work, the future of Vaporwave and the scene which both chris††† and Shima originally came from, before Vaporwave. An interesting, in-depth conversation about various subjects, join the trio for a sit-down, tell-all experience.

CANVAS #150 - HKE Plays AI Dungeon 2

CANVAS #150 - HKE Plays AI Dungeon 2

January 6, 2020

In this episode, Shima introduces HKE to AI Dungeon 2, a game in which an AI generates an infinitely sprawling world for the player to get lost in. HKE, of course, takes this AI on a venture through philosophy, object and subject, the void, and eventually, to a philosophical revelation, all while Shima chuckles away at this mad romp.

CANVAS #149 - Interview With Lyndon Wier on Reality and Virtual Reality

CANVAS #149 - Interview With Lyndon Wier on Reality and Virtual Reality

January 5, 2020

Join the regular duo plus the additional enthusiasm of Lyndon Wier as they cover the subject of Virtual Reality - the philosophy behind it, the current state of it, and the advancements they see in it going into the future. Together, they watch the trailer for Half-Life: ALYX, review the current state of VR, and hypothesise about what a life in constant VR would be like, and the comparisons to how that life would be and the current life we live today.

CANVAS #148 - Prediction’s for the 2020’s

CANVAS #148 - Prediction’s for the 2020’s

January 1, 2020

In the first episode of the decade, join HKE and Shima as they discuss 10 predictions for the 2020's, including quantum computing, AI dominance, wrestling, the "man of the decade", and a whole lot more.

CANVAS #147 - The Launch Of CANVAS REDUX

CANVAS #147 - The Launch Of CANVAS REDUX

December 30, 2019

In this celebratory episode, join Shima and HKE as they relaunch their podcast, discuss philosophy, smoke cigars, and contemplate on what the new decade will bring.

CANVAS #146 - Donald Trump Meets Boris Johnson

CANVAS #146 - Donald Trump Meets Boris Johnson

December 20, 2019

History is made live on the CANVAS Podcast, as Boris Johnson and Donald Trump meet for the first time since the historic UK elections. Lock in as the world leaders discuss politics, Scotland, The Chinese, Five Guys & anaemic chips.

CANVAS #145 - AI: Humanity’s Requiem?

CANVAS #145 - AI: Humanity’s Requiem?

December 18, 2019

This episode consists mainly of a deeply philosophical talk on the future of AI as it relates to human growth, creativity, and the economy - with AI taking more and more jobs, what is the future of humanity? Creativity is also being achieved by AI, so what does this mean for human creativity? All of these questions and more will be answered in this episode.

CANVAS #144 - Cotton Eye Joe: A Deep Analysis

CANVAS #144 - Cotton Eye Joe: A Deep Analysis

December 17, 2019

Shima and HKE start off this episode barely able to contain their laughter, and end it in shock and disgust. Join the familiar duo as they dissect the Mid-90's Eurodance classic "Cotton Eye Joe" - revealing to the world that it's much more sinister and darker than perhaps either of them thought. They review the music video, the lyrics, the symbolism, and most importantly, the fundamental message of this piece, and come to a conclusion which might shock you just as much as it shocked them.