What is Every Last Drop? Every Last Drop is a show dedicated to exploring the relationship existing between philosophy and art. We sit down and talk to artists of all kinds and dig into the thoughts, feelings, motivations, and anything else that goes into the art they create. We discover why they do what they do.
Who We Are
Danny Mosco: Host, Soundscape Creator, Tea Drinker, Podcast Junkie
Danny was born in Chicago, IL before moving with his family to Indiana. He spent the better part of two decades there, going to school all the way through college, until a brief move to California in 2015. After only a short while, Danny returned to Indiana and now works a day job in a family business.
Danny likes to write music, get mad at politicians, read books (though he starts more than he finishes), have beers with his friends, and consume copious amounts of podcasts. He also likes traveling, and speaks fluent Spanish. Someday he hopes to run a studio in a mountainous region.
Nick Schrader: Co-Host, Auto-Didact, Grillmaster, Lightning Lover
Nick is a Hoosier native born and raised. He is known to have affinities for the most arbitrary, strange, and non-related things anyone could conjure up. Most call him a jack of all trades, and a master of some of them (until he runs out of money). Nick is also an entrepreneur and best known for his company, Nick's Whip Shop, where he makes custom bull whips to order.
Nick is also a mad photographer, and his proclivities tend to bring him towards inanimate subjects, like lightning, tornadoes, waterspouts, and Saguaro cacti. Don't forget about his videography, grilling, pickle flipping, and guitar playing skills either; the man can do just about all of it (save pronounce the word "onion" correctly) .
Luke Schrader: (Occasional) Co-Host, Poet, Writer, Felinophile
Brother to Nick Schrader, though you won't get the two confused. When not studying or doing homework related to biology or chemistry, Luke is often found constructing and deconstructing literary masterpieces. Or, he's just stroking his black cat, Lincoln. Or he's opening an Amazon box.
Luke is known for his refined sensibilities, and his appreciation for the deeper parts of life, but he isn't too snobbish to gulp down the occasional PBR either. He respects and practices the sciences, but also knows their limitations. Luke is both a pilgrim to the physical and metaphysical realms. And by the way, he's probably the king of the corny joke too.