Official Gronk Hayden Dib/
- August 18, 2020
Hayden Dib joins us for Hump Day Replay! We chat about travelling through Europe, Jess riding a camel, we play “Sounds Of The Kitchen” and hear about Hayden’s love for country music!
On this episode of Hump Day Replay:
- Making your bed
- How Hayden found The Daily Talk Show
- How GB met the boys
- Thinking about travel (Ep 817 / Ep 824 / Ep 822)
- Jess: The Great Ocean Road Queen
- Being selective with travel destinations
- Backpackers in Europe
- Jess riding a camel
- Josh riding an elephant (Ep 112)
- Jess’s Instagram (Ep 822)
- Recreating Jess’s travel photos
- Hayden & Jess in London
- Game: Sounds Of The Kitchen
- Directing live sessions with Baked
- Screenwriting (Ep 816 / Ep 817 / Ep 823 / Ep 824)
- Music scene in Melbourne
- Pete Murray (Ep 715)
- Country music
- Music Festivals
- Artists performing on TikTok
- Hayden’s TDTS Tattoo (Ep 500)
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Someday replay Jody boy here, back with Mason and just once again I like what's happening. And we've got filmmaker, photographer director and official gronk of the daily talk show Hayden Deeb what's going on guys? What's happening?
Not much not much just you know classic ISO day doing nothing
as a new place use may pass yeah just moved to I moved house like the first week of this like six weeks stayed for lockdown, which was quite interesting. moving stuff around while there was like, no one on the streets, but um, we we actually there has to come together pretty quickly and we're pretty much all settled in Yeah, so did you remove lists and stuff
Now because I didn't have that much stuff I'm quite a quite a bit of a minimalist.
I didn't have a lot and then my main I'd say your bedroom and I can see you've got the festival lanyards behind you festival that is it's a classic. And like one pillar What is that? No, no, it's just like a whole bunch of my like stuff is like a blanket and stuff just shoved up against the wall that make my bed sound who makes the page? Like what's the point? Do you really not make a bed? Oh, I do like I do like a really rough mic. And then I'm just like, I'm gonna get into it at some point during the day. So what's the point? I mean what I appreciate not only about you know making your bed dip, but just I mean that throw Yeah, yeah, cross your bed is great. That's like every every time we're on zoom, it's always made the throws always across it. Is that just do you spend time laying it out like that? Or is it literally just not?
You just run it across and then it
Just folds like that. It's stunning in some better than others. But um, yeah, it's a little bit wider today. Do you use it to like, do you use it during the night? Or do you take it off your bed? When you sleep? When it's cold? I do. I'll chalk it over the top and just have an extra layer. But generally, if I'm sitting on the couch watching TV, my house is really cold. So take it out there. So why don't you just leave that on the caption? No, because it looks good on the bed. And I don't I like the couch to just be my three pillows and that's it. I mean, this is this isn't not sad to be mean, but who else has been in your bedroom in the past? Like?
Like, no one's really looking at it say
my sex life out so thanks for that hate us. All right. Well, that's that's the pushback with multiple cushions, right? Like if you've got four pillows on your bed, who's sleeping with four pillows. We saw it. We had a you've seeks a zoom tour of Joshua
And the other day, and he's Eric and Josh and Bray, they've got at least six pillows on their on their bed. It makes no sense. It makes no sense at all. Are you one pillow? Yeah, I did not sleep for two pillows, but like, okay, I stacked them on top of each other. Do you sleep in the middle?
It depends. Sometimes I'm on one side. I'm all over the place. Yeah. Didn't you just bought nice? Did you buy a weighted blanket? This way? Yeah, yeah, it's, it's coming in the next two days.
Grace grace always wanted a weighted blanket. So we we found a discount code and we went and bought one for a queen size bed. So it's 1212 cages that feed on your single bed though like
a queen. It's all good. But the Yeah, it's a it's a 12 kg blanket. And it's the charcoal colour. So it's I'm actually very excited like it's it's got one God loves it. She absolutely. I think was is like five though like 12 seems heavy as what's the point of it.
Have a weighted blanket. Well I find it funny that Macy is getting one because and grace because, like you've got each other to snuggle like, usually therefore, like, the singles are the people that are Yeah. sleeping alone to feel like you kind of getting a hug. Yeah, well, I mean it isn't that the whole good? Yeah, I think so. Yeah, it's meant to help with sleep and also there's the anxiety part of it, but I get too hot in bed with any like, I can only have the divine nothing else. And so like last night, we slept with the window open
the device and then, like hobby that I don't mention it. I had half the divine grace had like, you know, to two blankets on top. You're shocked that you have the window.
Yeah, yeah. You know what else? Like?
What do you say? I don't think mice is going to enjoy the blanket. Really? That's why he sleeps. boosah Yeah. It'd be nice to cuddle up with ya
Didn't your girlfriend but
You know, yeah, you got a weighted blanket on the way. So any one of those pillars get
the best. Oh, yeah, one two, like half of like a body like the arm.
Jess has one of those.
Hayden, can you tell us about when how long you've been listening to the daily talk show for and how you met the boys.
God I have been listening to the podcast since probably mid 2018 when I was living in London. I found them through listening to Matt de velas podcast
as you do a one day and I was like, Whoa, I was like, Who are these guys? And then it actually turned out that I I knew Tommy before that because of his obike video and a few other connections that through the industry that we've had together and I'd actually emailed them probably around the same time mace emailed them except my Scott
I got the job because I was like,
sad work for free, basically.
but yes, I've known him for a couple of years and been listening since the mid 2008 at Towson, London.
Pink, right. I feel like I'm feeling like, I've never actually told the story about how I met them. The members should do that. Yeah. Did you How did you find them? I knew of Josh, like, from his old podcast, you're speaking and I'd heard him a few times on the radio, like when he appeared on a mission end and, and, and yeah, like Fifi and Jules and that sort of thing. Yeah. And when I moved to Melbourne in 2016, I emailed Josh and just said, basically, like, I'm new to town, looking to make connections and that sort of thing sent him I sent in my resume, and I said, Oh, I like you. I like your stuff. I was actually heaps embarrassed to
to admit that I've listened to Josh speaking which now knowing Josh, that's like the dumbest thing because he would have just loved to hear that off for sure.
And we got a coffee. he emailed me back. He's like, yeah, could you only get a coffee the next day? And then we caught up. We had a coffee. We had a chat and stuff. And then he was like, so how did you? How did you like, know of me? I was like,
I actually locked your interview with Ron Shelton on your, on your early podcast, you're speaking like four years ago. And he loved that. But apparently, yeah, so that was that was in 2016. And he had never really done any work with anyone else. It was just like, just just Josh doing his full step filming. And so we did a bit of work together after that, and then
then I started the podcast in 2018. Yeah. And
that's just I guess I was listening from the start, and then I only just started properly working for them, like six months ago. But um, um, yeah, so I remember the first time you and I remember the first time you in the office and then
And it was yesterday and I was like, Who's this? But, yeah, who's Georgia did a bit of stuff with Josh and Tommy, like
2017 and 18. And then when Josh went overseas, I guess I got another job and we kind of just didn't have to work together very much anymore and, and then just yeah, reconnected at the start of the year, which is nice. It um, yeah. Yeah. A lot of my fist, like a Georgia boy. Now you go, you go put your hand up, put your hand up.
Well, that might cause my first couple of interaction with the boys because they just bought the C 200. Which would have been around the same time I started, this would have been end of 2018. Yeah. Yeah, it would have been I just remember. I remember reaching out to him. And I was like, hey, if you ever need a second camera or anything like that, just let me know because I only see 200. And then I remember the first two times I met Josh and Tommy to jot
Tommy picked up the C 200 from me the first time. So he I met Tommy, and then Josh dropped it off to me. So I was like, I've met both of the space of two days for the first time.
And then I was kind of in and out of the office and then I met, then I met mace when you guys were still in an easy strategy straight. Yeah, yeah. And then it was just um, and then I then I got a tattoo. So
we'll get to that but um, so just on the on the travel thing, you were in England when you heard of the boys and started listening to them. There's been a lot of travel talk this week in the last few weeks in particular, just because, you know, we're in isolation and yeah, his travel is not looking likely for the next year or whatever. So I'll just play a little grab from from that with three tips to feel like you're in Europe when you're in lockdown. That's good. Thanks, good. Stay hydrated.
Okay, look at the three
top apps that you're using and delete them for a week, or
pay a euro every time you take a piss
just have a little, a little box at the front of the toilet just put a Euro in. Do you know where you want to go for us? tazzy tears. I think tazzy will be this. Oh yeah, no.
Are you a road trip kind of gal? Yeah, I love a road trip. Okay, well, right every every year, guys. Would you say that? I'm like, I'm not just trying to impress Jesse. I am the Great Ocean Road guy.
We impressed you saw interest
in Red Queen. Really? I mean, you do do trips down there. What like every almost every year. Yeah, every October my friend and I used to go down it just so happened that it was October every year that I think it was a spring vibe that we'd go down and yes, say the backpack is there and then get
at the pub, and it was just like a tradition. It was so much fun. I mean, I've I've said this to grace, I don't see the appeal of backpackers not there's not I just like this shit. I just, I just don't like Well no, it doesn't make sense in Australia. It's like, if you're in a different country in a different city, it's like it's a good way to like immerse yourself straight into a like, like backpacker culture but if you'd like to the Great Ocean Road like stays like nice.
That's true. No, this was $30 in age or the other way
yeah, that's pretty crazy. I mean, you've been you've been posting on Instagram I think I saw a photo of what Positano The other day you put up I miss Positano.
It was it down. Okay, well, I mean, I'll leave the pronounciation what's, what's been going through your head with all the travel stuff? Um, look, I actually think it's a nice time to kind of reflect on
where you want to go? And you know, like, moving forward just not taking trips just because you kind of have to making a trip, like, mean something and cat something, cuz I feel like a lot of people are just like, I'm just gonna go to Bali and like go to Bali, they sit in a hotel all day, and they don't really travel, like the right way if there's a right or wrong way, but I feel like there is. So maybe like for me, I want to see a lot more of Australia. So hopefully when we're allowed to, I'll do a lot more domestic travel and then how would you do it? Get an RV. I've always wanted to like drive a like, like a full driver and Australia and just like camp and find myself in like small towns everywhere and just take photos and stuff like that. So maybe that's how I'll do it. We'll say that would be sick, like backpack is where you'll be backpacking in Europe. Now, I mean, I was there for just just over nine months.
And I worked with Kentucky so I stayed in a lot of really hostels and, and stuff like that and like some of the stuff not really like we didn't get to like join the like every now and then we'd like we would you know have a bit of fun but most of the time we weren't with the groups, we were just kind of like off to the side and and then we'd step in for a night and then we'd have to work the next day so we couldn't get too rowdy. But they were pretty like some of the worst. The worst backpackers I'd seen was we went to
it was in Lauterbrunnen in Switzerland, and it's like these small like Chateau style, like building and the nightclub is called the bunker. And you have to walk past the bathrooms. To get to the like, I'm talking like the showers and everything. Ah, literally, you could see the bar from one of the showers. Originally, it was rag. So all of us were like, there's no way. I'm having a
fuckin shower with a full Sherry Oh yeah people were like some people were going out packed like going that night to have drinks and some people were like not so like you'd be walking down the stairs and then you'd see like guys and girls like walking back up with towels around them and and stuff like that so you'd be going in for not out that'd be good I didn't like it was and all the rooms had bunk beds in them. It's like it was just classic hostel like just debauchery like it was bad we had to like scour to on the other side of these like river that ran through the campsite. There was like an actual campsite with smaller cabins and
paper with a POC their RVs and tents and stuff. But there was like a really nice lodging on the other side of the campsite where we both were like all the crew were like, We just like went for an hour walking around these old cans trying to find a better shower and we ended up finding but we had to wake up at like 530 in the morning to go to the shower. On the other side is camp sounds like a 20 minute walk
Freezing fucking cold because we're in the middle of a fjord. And like yeah, it's about like 530 in the morning this place looked fucking like gorgeous. But yeah, we like went into the shower weren't even sure if we were allowed to be using the shower because it was a different it wasn't owned by Kentucky but even like my bosses who are like who worked it could take you like yeah, I'm not fucking sharing this place.
head out to those those other showers in the mornings.
That is ridiculous. Did you have to pay for the shower? No, we just like just went for it. Yeah.
I mean, Jess, your Instagram is is full of travel. travel photography, basically. Yeah. And can I just say I really appreciate that photo. That photo that went on Hump Day replay of you on a camel in Egypt was so great. I'm looking at
it works really well. How was that experience?
Did Did it hurt riding on that camel cuz I've heard that it like it actually it yeah wasn't pleasant. Yeah the seat wasn't great and because it's such an awkward moving animal it kind of like yet. It's just all over the shop you're using your stomach muscles to try and like stay on. But I was telling you George about how it gets up and down. So like it kind of like puts its front legs up to begin with. Or maybe it's Yeah, it's definitely it's front and then it pushes itself off and then it's back once and then it goes all the way down. So it's kind of like like you actually have to hold on to get on top. So when you compare it to a horse like rod Have you ever ridden a horse before? Have you would have so what's what's the comparison like that? Well, the horse you standing out when you get on and it's kind of like a joke like he just up and down like the camels got like these big four things. It's like moving around. What about getting off does it do the same thing like kneel down on its front, elbows over? Yeah, I feel like you
Holding on properly you definitely tumble forward. But the good thing about a camel is is that has a wide back so like I got to stand up on it. There's another 70 innuendos.
So yeah, as far as of me standing up on it and kind of just like posing, so the guy that Where are those photos? Why are we looking at this boring photo of you sitting on it?
Because I wanted to show you all of the camels in
pyramids. Yeah, there's a video of me which I found I was finding that for you.
This guy that was leading my camel
was like, give me Forgive me for now. Like you should go for a run. I was like, I don't really want to It's okay. Like I'm happy just kind of muddling along. It's like nah, take it for a run. So I had to give him my foreign and then this camel just started boating and it's like, it doesn't even look like it.
Going up boss but it's out boss at the time. I'm thinking what the fuck am I doing? I'm on this weed off camera and the person's out there with me anymore like holding the rope.
Yeah, so let me read go and then the camera just bolted. Yeah, I'm actually running. I had the I had the rope in my hand. We can put it up
put up on
only hump camel.
Yeah, that's sort of like elephant vibes, isn't it? You can't, can you? I feel like standing on them now. It's just sitting on top of an elephant.
Yeah, Josh tells that story about when he he did a presentation at school that went for like 45 minutes and at the end of it, he showed a photo of him on a elephant in Thailand over 45 and I knew that I had gone too far when it was at a keynote presentation and there was a point where I had a photo of may on an elephant from a photo like
holiday that I just went to Thailand. And I was like, guys, that was me this, this could be you. This is like, you know, live dream big, you know, enjoy the next year and maybe you might be doing something that's a little bit questionable in some sort of Southeast country. But that's success. That's great. That's what Jeff needs to do now is just show that photo at the end of every presentation.
This could be you. This could be ages, just on your social media, Instagram, Jess, you this week, had this to say. I like to see how many followers Jess is like, I want to sort of get a sense of like, how much Jess is graphing. And I see that the post that I did for her that I crafted has been taken down. Oh, geez, really, is what sort of feels like you're sort of trying to remove history or it's like you don't want to be associated with this or what do you think thinking? Yeah, does he think that I am sorry.
Just so everyone else knows I haven't posted since the 18th of August last year.
Which brings us to today.
Today we're recording on the 18th of August 2020.
So it's been a whole year what what are you gonna do?
What's the plan? But you know what I'm, what I was thinking was along the lines of what you were saying Hayden before, which I found really interesting. I wanted to get all of my travel photos. So when I first moved to London when I was 18, and then go through each of the different countries and start re uploading because Instagram and like smartphones and stuff weren't actually a thing when I was travelling initially. So that's how old I am.
So I want to upload it and all of my really good photos from when I did Europe the first time then on my Instagram, so I was thinking I'd do that, but I've I don't know what's happened but my photos I think I've deleted them, which I'm really devastated about sorry. I've got
On the phone Josh on the weekend. Awesome. Ah, but not all of them see this weird looking thing?
This is a harddrive. Oh my gosh. So you've got so I had talked about stripping maternal. This is an internal hard drive from a laptop by the looks of it or a computer like this is actual hard drive. But then I have this one, which was from an old computer that I have. That's in a weird another case.
But yeah, I think I've deleted them. I don't unless I can get into these true things which aren't working because they transferred them all off that onto another hard drive and they're not on that hard drive anymore. But I'm hoping they're still on one of those. Oh, God. Well, is anyone really devastated and my plans data recovery? Yeah, so is that what do you Instagrams gonna be purely old travel photos? Well, that was the plan, but I'm open to suggestions. I mean, debut your, I feel like you're real great on Instagram, like you've got, you got your travel photos. You've got your food.
Five real high qual What do you reckon? some suggestions suggestions would be for Jess?
I, what I think you should do is set up a little green screen somewhere in your house. Yeah. And you recreate every place you ever went to? Yeah, set on a green screen and that becomes on Instagram and during ISO, you have like this travel series of you travelling during so from your bedroom. That's a great idea. Okay? Because that would mean that I can get read through the photos that I've lost. Exactly. And great. You can make them look better now that it's in the future and the technology is better
sci fi, sorry. Okay, two issues there. One, where do I get a green screen from and two, how do I get the background may on the background.
You just get it like a green piece of paper. Yep, that'll do and you can just kind of blue tack it to your wall to wall you.
and then set up a camera. Take a photo of yourself on the grain. And then it's just a simple key. Just carry out the grain. Put in your background. Very easy. All right, it'll look right. It'll look really
hate us. I've got a few photos of you and I when we went up at night in London,
in London, I found them the other day and I was like, Fuck, I completely forgot that. Because you came Did you meet me at pop Brixton? Was that where we hung out? Yeah. I remember that guy.
Which guy which guy? Sorry, sorry. So there was these guys. I I lived in London straight out of high school for two years. And I worked at London I and so I made a whole bunch of friends there. And so weird. So when I met hate us at pop, this guy came up to me and he was like, Jess, I was like, I looked at him. Oh, yes, I remember he trimmed up a bit.
So I was like, I didn't really recognise him straight off the bat. And I was like, Oh my god, so I forget his name. And
he was like, come back to mine. I was like, Oh yeah, he was like very, he was like, very forward straight away. And I was like, really, he's like, he gave me a backhand. And he's like, he, he's like, you've gotten better looking with age or something like that. So
we end up going to didn't end up going to that pub, because it was around the same time that the World Cup was on, wasn't it? Yeah, you came to me, my friend. Yeah. And we were like, We finished the night singing for Bose Garvin Hi.
pub in that way it was it was looking like people throwing beers in the air. Like we were filthy. That would have been crazy.
In England during the World Cup, and it was it was like the semies or something. That's pretty sure. Yeah, that makes a good Croatia.
Watch. It was just like the biggest match. Like everyone was going crazy because I thought they're gonna may here
This way that like that name comes from isn't it? Wasn't that a British pub? You know how there's like the meme of like the huge crowd in the pub, and the screen that they change up? And then the crowd just goes crazy on? Probably not. I'm pretty sure that was England. Oh, I know, it was all I know that like during the World Cup, it was like, the best time to be in England because it was like so good. Regardless of whether England lost or won. Like, it was the first time they'd like gotten that far in a long time. So just every single person was just, like, so excited. And like, every game was just like, London was just lit up. It was like the best time to be in London. God, like it feels like that. That seems so foreign. Now that you could just have packed pubs, packed stadiums. I just remember being like this like tight. Yeah. You'd be like smoking a cigarette and just be plugging into someone. Like Like, like, inside a pub. It was fucking like it was insane.
Yeah, and then moved outside and they were like climbing the poles and everything. Oh my god pops would just like this onto the street like cars couldn't get through pubs like streets where the pubs are on the corner, because there's that many people on the street. Yeah, that's right. Like by bees and stuff did you have to? I took pretty much it took forever Actually, that's funny. The first when I was watching the semifinal game, the one that
England lost. I was in I was in the line to buy a beer. And when I was in the line, England scored the first goal. And I just remember like, I think about four people in line who just bought a BIA last baby because they just like fucking
drenched in alcohol. And just like I don't like let's go to go before I even had my first beer and it was just like insanity. So it took forever to get alcohol during the World Cup because everyone was kept throwing the beer up in the air needed to get another one
Fuck cleaning that up my
real sticky floor. Oh yeah, sticky sticky everything. Yep.
So Hadn't you said that if you weren't a photographer or a filmmaker, you'd be a chef. Yeah. And you're always posting like great shots on Instagram. You've got new, amazing food. So I think it's time for a game. Yeah, I'd love to play game. All right, you gotta love this guy. It's cold sounds at the kitchen. And it's got its own opener. Sounds in the kitchen.
That was a shorter opener because I got a bit of feedback last week from from my open Is it too long? I think it was too short. I think again place Can we get a longer walk and show me the longer one? Now just play the short one again. Sam says the kitchen.
Actually a knife that was not sharpening. It was a knife. What else? Yeah, it was not
Shopping exactly not shopping and the guests. Yeah. Sheesh the guy. It's very easy, really good guy. I've made something. Right. Yep. And I've recorded the sounds of the ingredients that go into whatever I've made. Yeah, so part one of the game is I'll play out an ingredient and make preparing it and you have to guess you can all play.
You can guess one by one. What do you think the ingredient is and then at the end after you've guessed all the ingredients, you have to guess what I made. You've made our cake. Okay. So, ready for sound number one.
Wish wish wasn't part of it. But as you know, I was like, What are you playing Fruit Ninja in your kitchen is a little bit distracting. Join me again. Can we hear one more time? Yeah, yeah, already.
I feel like you're cutting like lettuce or cabbage, or something like that.
I want to say an onion because of the crispy ness at the start. That's all might be this is Yeah, so this so this was my thing. It sounded like there was some sort of wrapping coming off in at the start, and then the cut happened. And just I think you're right, because that sounds like you're taking the skin of the onion off. It's a great guess. And you very close, it was actually brushing sialic Ah,
unlucky bit. chopping wood has thrown me with that because usually I just use one of those things that like microphones. Yeah. Wow. A guy. Crush crush a microphone just like
a little. Yeah. Right. Greicy Thank you. I just crushed it with the knife and then and then cut up a little bit.
Okay, so the
best ones got excited.
you cutting onion
yeah I feel
like you slowly making a pasta so
because because you'll pasta maker at all your background with that I feel like we're hitting
What does that sound like? Do you think that'd be on you know what he's it's got great like it sounds like when you're coming back from cutting through the what the object whatever you've cut through the wide back the slice on the board is very
prominent Is it your parents? I'm gonna say capsicum capsicum Jessie very close. It was a chilly it was chilly. It was almost
Goes because I'll give you that one that's
going to fit. This is great. Okay, so you've got garlic and a big chilli. Yeah. Alright, so number three
they'll sound exactly the same
I'm just gonna keep saying onion until I get it right onion. Yeah, you've got
garlic, onion and chilli guys.
So we're definitely
this five more well that not only ingredients to actually cooking techniques as well maybe I can say it's like cutting three times.
Alright, three cats. All right sound number four
Writing gravy Aaron.
Carrot. Yeah, got it.
Now next one. Sand number five. Classic Jess.
You're frying that garlic. chilies in in the pan with a bit of olive oil. Oh, absolutely nailed it. Although there was Bailey's in there as well. Okay, how are we supposed to know that?
I can't think but that's the great thing about flu.
It means it's it's gonna be
creepy. You might have given away cuz I reckon it's gonna be a carry. Okay. It's a it's a pasta sauce. You don't you don't put by leaps in pasta sauce. Yes, you do. You put them in a ball, the Knights. De Yep, he knows. Like how I would do that with basil. I feel like buy leaves. Okay, anyway. Popeyes lithiated my
sad number six
Now listen carefully with this. Okay? it's gonna sound like cutting. No.
Do you want to hear it again? Did you I put a canned tomatoes?
Yeah, just in the middle of all of these cookies, he's just doing bubble wrap. Okay, let's share one more time here again.
you've nailed it. Because Polk mints to be exact. Oh shit. What is he making? baller? Nice.
I have a hunch. Okay, should I reveal on there? Yeah, yeah, reveal you hunch? I'm gonna say it's um, chilli. chilli beef or chilli or chicken Connor? Yeah, yeah.
That's killing let's say let's say it's
more of a Josh and Bray thing to make. Yep. Okay, next one.
All right, then I'm assuming
candidate tomatoes. Yep. That is the candidates.
right and right at this here we get really good. You really good final sound
you in the bathroom. You put hot water in the can and then put it in the pan. No.
I mean, kind of that was it the FC I'm just staring it around. I pulled the tomatoes in I'm just staring it with a bit of water.
I'm bloody impressed. Just give me two seconds so I can get the applause ready but well done.
You just passively announced it. Once you final guessed it. It's a ball of wax. Yeah.
He's got that solid. I mean, definitely not. Hello, but
What do you think about the guy
Should it be a weekly thing? Oh, I think you need to be a lot more specific with the sans because like, five of them sounded like cutting.
Like, I don't think garlic being cut is a specific
sounds of the kitchen. Hadn't you you directs much fiction or is it mainly just documentaries and that sort of thing? At the moment? It's a lot of like music live sessions.
haven't done a lot of like, narrative work. Yeah, yeah. A lot of it's just like, like,
trying to get a crew organised for a live stream and the live streams we've been doing with bait over the past like six months have been on quite a large scale. So they're required like one of them had a choir.
And then we had like, there's like a choir. We got to meet we got like a music director. Like I watched that one, the tiny one. Yeah, there's one right? Yeah.
Yeah, as you get the lighting
Coming through the windows like that, just blast them. No, that was that was timing that was that was the natural light. So we just had, we knew my dp on the day, Matt, he, he kind of knew what time he wanted to be shooting. So we stuck to a timeline because he knew just based on on where the clouds were where the sun was in the sky that we were going to get an hour and 40 minutes of light coming through those windows, it was probably going to vary. But we just made sure that we were ready to go when that light was pumping through those windows. So
it looks great. I mean, as far as like, pre production and, and screenwriting and that sort of thing. Guys, Josh has been super interested in screenwriting this last couple of weeks say he's a little compilation of the times he's talked about it. I was doing that master class on screenwriting, the screenwriting, master class, master class on screenwriting, and having watched the master class and just saying people have a crack and the guy who takes it Aaron Sorkin The thing with Aaron Sorkin's writing
They've very dialogue heavy dialogue, dialogue, dialogue dialogue. So it's all like that. That's cold drafts. It has changed my life this weekend. I've got a mechanical keyboard. The sound of it is the selling point tactile keys. They sound fucking annoying and you sound like the exact guy buys one share. Yeah, makes sense. So if you want to be part of the screenwriting club, email me the daily talk show calm it's just with JB and i, you have to submit a piece of writing
Is that okay?
Just that's at the moment. And I haven't actually written anything but I'm pumped about it a into screenwriting at all. I suck at screenwriting. I like to. I like to take someone else's ideas and work with them on it because I just can't i can't write like I have ideas. And I'll explain it to a writer. And then hopefully they understand me. But yeah, I just I can't fucking I suck at screenwriting. I find it sorry.
Once we had been like, like putting it on the page,
get a tactile cable a little bit. Yes. I don't think that's gonna change it either.
Is it? So when, when you're when you're doing like the
I mean, it's not screenwriting, but it's sort of like you're working out the fundamental fundamentals of a video or sort of like the flow of the video, where are you storing that? or What are you writing that down on? It just depends like most of the time I'm using like notion. And then I'm using just like notes on on the iPad and stuff like that, or I'll take something that someone's written, and I'll bring it into like notability on the iPad. And because I got the pen, I can go in and like Mark stuff, and that's cool. make notes, notations and stuff like that. So that's really good, but a little bit of time. It's just when it comes to like something like a live session. There isn't a lot of this, obviously not a lot of scripts. So it
There's a lot of pre production, but it's a lot of like tactile stuff like, who's going to be there on the day? What's happening. So mainly, we're just working in call sheets and shot lists. And I find those a lot easier to like, kind of help portray whatever is storyboarding and stuff.
It depends on the type of live session we're doing. So we did one with coastal blackouts,
rolling coastal blackouts, coastal. I don't know the name is so confusing.
But we knew that we wanted to do something slightly different. So we actually did a bit of a shot list and storyboard for that, because we knew that we wanted to shoot we shot the song about eight, nine times.
And that continent we bring it all together with one single track at the end.
And that helped us storyboarding because to help portray to the art directors and stuff like that, I need a visual medium for them to go off. So yeah,
yeah, well, and when it comes to things like, I mean, you're you're around like I'm playing on the guitar, and all that
sort of stuff. Are you writing any songs like your, your bro Dan, he's, he's into his writing just like raps and stuff. Yeah, my, I don't write at all like, this is the thing, I can't even write a song, like the most writing I'll do is I'll go live on Instagram and make up country songs like on the spot. But it's nothing special whereas my brother has been writing music now for almost like, seven years. So he's just like, tuned into doing that and he's so equipped with the process. Whereas an I just like, like, I couldn't like I couldn't string together a paragraph about what I'm doing tonight.
Yeah, I mean, you're quite in in like, would you say you're involved with the music scene in Melbourne? Like, you know,
I think Yeah, the most I I grew up with a lot of musicians and being a musician myself, I tend to like, gravitate towards other musicians and what they do so say, I'd say I'm more involved.
And most I got a message actually recently from someone who knew. Yeah. Louis Louis. Louis. Louis Louis. Cotton sighs I think he was on the voice. Ah, Louis Kapolei
Cavalli, actually, I emailed him yesterday. He's actually my brother's on one of these tracks coming out soon. Oh, great. What are you missing out? He actually messaged me saying like, oh, man, loving the daily talk show stuff and like, and I know, it
happens a lot. A lot of people.
It's a good little flag. That's nice. Yeah, I mean, I'm living these as well. So that kind of helps spread the spread the word. But yeah, I love your Instagram songs. When you play live on Instagram, stuff like that. I've tuned in a few times and requested a couple. And always, usually, always pay more. Yep. And that actually brings us to another snippet here which apply now. For me. Pete marries
Track opportunity. I have been playing non stop all week and I'd love for him to do it live on the show one day
Yeah, absolutely. Yes. I'll give you two choices I can play field or comply opportunity opportunity place. Oh
was a nice moment. It was a it was a very nice paint Mari live during that 24 hour show. And, but that whole idea came from I mean, as you heard, Josh
talks about how he plays Pete Murray all the time, and you'd love for him to do a live in the show one day. I guess that was like my first bit of producing on the show first and only.
But when Josh said that I didn't actually think much of it. And then I put it in a hump day replay video, like the next week. And the only reason I did that was because you played it on Instagram, or you sent it around on Facebook or something like that. I can remember doing I played it so many times.
So if you didn't do that, Hayden we, you know, we wouldn't have
made mean you can take full credit. You're welcome.
That's what we need. When you play those songs like yeah, you want in storage? How do you know like, the chords and things like are you writing that off a Docker? Is that literally in your head and you just I've been playing for like 15 years. So like that one of pigma is that that song by Pete Murray. I've known for ages.
Like, and sometimes I have to, like refresh my memory and I'll go check out the chords. But most of the time I'm either just like, it takes me like 10 minutes to kind of work out what it is. But if it's a new song I have to like, obviously do my research. I could only work out so much from the from listening. So yeah.
What about like when you're working? What do you listen to?
It depends. I am a massive country music fan like, like really? All like massive country music like people think I'm joking. Who's your favourite country music artist? Luke Bryan? Shit. No, no, sorry. No Luke combs Luke, Luke. Jess was quick, just because he said what he said yes. I said Shania Twain.
Say Nicole Kidman says when was his name again? Kate. Kate.
Love country music. What about that song and say I'm gonna take my
little NAS that's not real.
Country though sound a little bit now it's not really just because it's really rice ours It doesn't mean it's country didn't Hey, didn't he write that song like download a preset like a sample pack online saying like 19 bucks Well yeah, the way he the way that song became so big is really interesting he like is like really well equipped to like SEO and stuff like that so he did some really cool stuff to make it go viral. There's like a whole video on it on YouTube. him talking about like, he made that song to go viral and then did realise you need to do to make it go viral and like what do you have to do? I have, he was through SoundCloud and Instagram and at the time I think musically, which is now tik tok. So he was like, he was very like, on it when it came to getting that song hilarious. Yeah, that's crazy. Yeah.
What do you love about country music then? It's just, it's just hot. It's got so it is flying in.
It's Yeah, and it's also just so simple and not singing about they're not like there's no hidden messages. They're singing about trucks. They're singing about being the singer, Daisy Dukes.
There's no hidden messages. It's just it's straight to the point. And that's why I love it. What so when like, you've got all your lanyards there from like festivals and stuff. Yeah. Are there any do you go to like country festivals? Is that a thing? never been to a country festival? Surprisingly enough, there's not a lot that happens in Melbourne. So
country music isn't to be a lot of the country music I listen to is like American country. So none of those are Melbourne anytime soon. What are you doing at the music festival? The shooting? Yeah, so a lot of the times I'm either in a photography team, or I'm on the video team.
Actually, you know what, let me just grab I'll grab the lightnings Give me one sec. Okay, Greg. I mean, he does have so many of them actually at rageous
festival fairy folk fest.
Because there's country music there. Really? Yeah. And it's a lot of time in my life. Oh my Yeah, heaps I forget. So we've got this Splenda. That's the Red Room with Rita Ora and rudimental niver Red Room.
Yep. And then I've got St Kilda festival, Brunswick music festival that was no idea that splendour in the grass had it that's the day I met Bernard fanning. Really? Yes. Yeah.
Well, like local like different like individual artists.
Look at that mug shot.
Oh my company that like into the stadium.
And then I this is from when I was in London, I get to go to the Chelsea Football Club.
Star Wars premiere, trying to find my favourite one would be after B
and there's so many valleys
Beyond the valleys ones that I'm super proud of, because I was like, working with the video team in the photography team. And then obviously I've got ability Fest, which I was the head of video production for that one as well. So yeah, cycle. Togolese, we, we I was involved with festivals heaps back in 20 parish from 2014 to 2018 American 29 times probably when I was most involved Yeah, probably we didn't run into each other. Yeah, I'm surprised maybe that's more doing like the tech no one's done stuff. I mean, maybe we did we just never like we didn't you know, we didn't have a reason to look out for each other at that time. So rainbow surfing Do you ever get a rainbow sir? I got offered once. I was like that like I can give you a free ticket but it's not paid. I was like a cop myself through that but no money. That's,
that's that's pretty much how they pay everyone.
See it as freight free ticket like two or $300 and you're working like
12 hours a day. sleep in a tent and sweat your ass off if I could.
Yeah, yeah, it doesn't sound appealing.
Doesn't it's I mean, mice you haven't been to any festivals you came to get it when they back. Did you go?
Nah. Oh yes, we should take we should all take him I'll be your look your Sherman whatever I need to be. We'll do a bunch of drugs.
I just actually, I I don't understand the appeal. Like I I couldn't think of anything worse than the music that's played I don't even know anyone who's there. You know, like the artists playing never heard of them.
People you know, it's so dusty. Yeah. Being intense. Like you're shooting in portaloos like it's,
I couldn't think of anything. It's all about the stories that you come back with nice. It's like, I remember the first first festival I ever went.
was beyond the valley. I was working fresh at first festival. I was just debaucherous like I didn't shower for four days. It was 40 degrees. Justin I'd wake up every morning and my tent would be all like the condensation would just drench me. There was like a helicopter flying out at like 8am because someone had overdosed like, it was just like it's such a you come back with very good stories
just I love live music is one of my favourite things to do ever
again gigs and lack more chill festival so like the port fairy Folk Festival, which I mentioned before. It's just chill I could not up against different people. I just hate when people touch me like I hate it. Yeah, yeah, that's why I like being on the pit. Yeah, I can't do crowds. No, I'm just like, since I've started getting like, triple A passes and stuff. I just cannot go into a mosh pit or go to a gig unless I'm shooting it.
But it's really bad So yeah, but I also don't like the guy but you can't just run anywhere like you know get away from thing Yeah, yeah, it's like it it's just you feel trapped and so everyone to good day festivals maybe not not like three day like not camping festivals they're the fucking they're the ones that you need to watch out for. I mean Bernie man's going digital this year they like I read I read an article they just didn't they already do it like yesterday therefore
but no is it happening yeah cuz my housemates painting again and she spent the whole day watching like the the digital Burning Man and and yeah, all day. It's a whole It was a whole like virtual experience like it was meant to be like real dialled in in terms of like the tech and stuff that we're using. There's been a lot of like live shows on Tick Tock and stuff. Like the Why did a live show on Tick tock, which is like insane like he was performing. How does that work? How long can a tick tock video go for
It might they might have opened it up just for him. They open it up for certain people. Also like there's there's there's been so much stuff on like fortnight like artists and stuff doing actual live shows live performances in in the game in fortnight. I mean there's really a live performance but it's pretty crazy. Like
it's not righteous. Right. Well the other thing that's crazy Hayden is you're getting a tattoo of the daily talk show logo. Can't have me on the potty.
Just before we finish up, I think it's a it's you know, we need to talk about this in the back of my arm. Well, I thought they were going for him. No, offstage This is
let's have a look.
Is it gonna be glad wrap? Not I got to take the cat. Here we go.
It's a lot bigger than Oh my goodness. That's huge.
took 35 minutes just to shave me That is
what a joker
jacket. How's it feeling? That's awesome. That's the best part. I got it in some way where I can't see it and, and you know, remember that decision I had to make?
that solid like he's driving? It's a big it's a big tattoo. It's fucking like it's so much bigger because what happened was on the day when we're getting it, because the logo is like so like everything's so close together to get it smaller would have been harder to like, show for the text for the text. So we had to go bigger.
But I'm glad I got it somewhere. Right. I have to see it every day.
Yeah, very nice. Geoffrey Jess. Do you regret it? No, I don't regret it. I think like if I regretted that tattoo after get over my tattoos because it's like in the moment
What that tattoo would allow me to experience it was like, I got to you know, spend time with like good friends and, and it'd be part of something a bit bigger so I don't regret it at all. It's just like that's why I got in the back of my arm so
I don't even have the chance to look at it and regret it. So
if you have any regrettable tattoos, yes, or any tattoos? I don't have any tattoos because I'm I will regret them.
This is a massive
misconception about tattoos. You won't regret them. And if it lays it off. It's like none of you will do
you know anyone who's had that done. I know a few people. My mom, apparently in camps. Yeah. What now what happened was my mom was getting a tattoo, and the tattoo artist fell asleep a lot during the tattoo. And she didn't realise and then she like,
like, she had to wake him up, but she's like, what the fuck you doing? So he had to go to another tattoo artist and get something bigger over the top of it, too.
Cover it out. Oh,
yeah. What was he like? What's that word? It's like noclip ceiling. Sorry.
I have no idea but my mom's like
that's, that's unbelievable. I think he was just tired.
I think not. I mean, we we think that we've had like, the discussion around getting the daily talk show tattoo. I said I'd get it after 10 years.
And and not not to the extent that you've done deep, but I reckon, I don't know. I don't know where I'd get it potentially like the like the forum or something like that. or potentially like the ankle but a small I don't know. Get as a tramp stamp, get a stamp, a celebration of the show, just like something that's like a nice little it could be like on the bicep just like yeah, I think that'd be that'd be nice. Yeah, really do that. What about me, I'll do on for Hump Day.
Do you want to have a really you know, you just got to win and when I'm allowed to and you pay for Episode 500 Episode
Episode Five I'll do one for every single show. The big big meaty company does the hits 500
we'll have to let Tony and Telly know as well. Oh yeah. Oh, I forgot about the other podcasts.
So wait, what would George's day logo be laughs My hair did his face.
I get the moustache in the teeth, just like
smiling. Okay, yeah, I'd get on the head. So when I grow hair, and you shave it off, it's just George's face. Yes.
Yes. Are you bold at the moment? I am. I just shaved my head today. Yeah, looks great. You got a great check ahead. Yeah, I was looking pretty ragged for a walk.
Is it just see this is what is it? What sort of stuff
Are you using a Is it any god on that? Are you just notice the clip up just gotten straight off? I can't sign one you'd use on your beard. Yeah. And then I'd like a little like, height adjustment. And then I just trimmed my beard.
jealous. Jealous if you had growing abilities.
moustaches. I know you have great hair. No facial. Terrible. You've got where it matters that moustaches. Yeah, I solid. The mo is the most
Thanks so much for coming on Hump Day.
You know, we, you just you've helped out with BIG MEDIA COMPANY so much in the last couple of years in the daily talk show you there is a bleaching the bleaching I was a live show. done a lot. And you've got a Saturday. And you know, you've introduced us to some great people, I guess. Yes, just
I mean my bonus my bonus for getting your a job finder's fee. I this.
You're gonna have to take that out with Josh and Tommy. I will I will if I have to come on the show and
I need that like today actually I'm pretty proud. Photographers aren't allowed to work yeah, yeah. So
loving being a podcast on a day
thanks right fine Hayden at on Instagram at heightened debe and you can follow Hump Day replay on Instagram. Actually, it goes