Nathan sits down with Cole Cuchna of the Dissect podcast and creative director of marketing for Temple Coffee Roasters for the 43rd episode of the Finding Sacramento podcast. They chat about what life on the road as a musician is like, why he chose to go to college to pursue knowledge of classical music despite already being a successful musician, why it was important for him to express that hip hop can be a form of “higher art,” the birth of the Dissect podcast, why Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp a Butterfly was the ideal album to be analyzed for season 1 of Dissect and why Kanye West’s My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy was chosen for season 2, why empathy is so important to practice even for people we don’t like, the direction of Temple Coffee Roasters, what he learned from Sean Kohmescher founder of Temple Coffee and local music entrepreneur Eric Rushing (Ace of Spades, Live Nation, etc.), and what is the long term goal for Dissect.

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