Month: May 2017

Start the Music! 006 – The Ludvico Treatment



We’ve got catchy songs this week from Shinobi Ninja and Mr. Happy Chainsaw, and a 30 minute interview featuring Alex Kennard & Adam Veenendaal of the Ludvico Treatment. We talk shoegaze, Propagandhi, band members being in different parts of the country and still making music, Everclear concerts that got out of hand (video below) and how the Ludvico Treatment came to be celebrating 10 years together.

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As mentioned in the Interview:
Everclear performing at HMV in Calgary 1997

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TRACK LISTING

1: What If Times – Shinobi Ninja


Twitter: @ShinobiNinja
Facebook / Youtube

2: Standing There – Mr. Happy Chainsaw


Twitter: @MrHappyChainsaw
Facebook (pre-order links)

3: Roads – The Ludvico Treatment

Youtube
Soundcloud / Facebook

 

New Window: Start the Music! Episode 6 

*As always thank you to all the bands who allow me to play their music. Support them if you can.
(Click album art for iTunes/bandcamp links)

Start the Music! 005 – Alan Hempsall



Episode 005 – Alan Hempsall

It’s all about punk and post punk in this weeks interview. No CanCon this time. We have two great American bands and two tracks from our feature interview Alan Hempsall from the UK band Crispy Ambulance. If you have seen the indie movie/biographical film CONTROL about the life of Ian Curtis from Joy Division, you may recognize his name. This is a long episode folks, we’re getting close to an hour territory. I promise to talk as little as possible.


Twitter: @subliminal0ne
Website: SubliminalImpulse.com



TRACK LISTING

1: BEST PART OF ME – Fatgrip


Twitter: @Fatgrip
Website / Soundcloud

2: YOUTH DECAY – When Thieves Are About


Instagram: @whenthievesareabout
Twitter: @WTAANJPOPPUNK
Website / Bandcamp

3: PRESENCE – Crispy Ambulance

4: LOUPGAROU – Crispy Ambulance

 

New Window: Start the Music! Episode 5 

*As always thank you to all the bands who allow me to play their music. Support them if you can.
(Click album art for iTunes links)

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