Every week one of Popdust's disposable clones — grown in a vault deep beneath the Mojave desert — is exposed to the outside world through a relentless feed of news, pop culture, and social media.
The arduous process accelerates their dissolution back into an amorphous clone slurry. But before they go, they leave behind a document of what they've absorbed and what they've learned — a time capsule preserving a single moment in the slow-motion collapse of civilization. An End Times Update...
"It's Real with Jordan Edwards" features conversations with influential artists from across the musical spectrum. What began as a quarantine project has quickly become a favorite stop for both emerging acts and established musicians. In addition to in-depth interviews, guests often perform exclusive stripped-down versions of their latest singles.
Host Jordan Edwards is a music photographer and video director based in Brooklyn. He has worked with artists including Laura Dreyfuss, Kat Cunning, Chloe Chaidez, Phora, and Speedy Ortiz. Before moving to New York, Jordan worked as a photographer and journalist in Washington, D.C.