Tag: new music

Start the Music! 016 – Taco Hell



This episode I have an interview with Taco Hell drummer Max Qayyum where we talk DIY, the importance of playing your own city first, and promoting a band in this internet age. There’s also music from Hunter Dumped Us Here and Youth In Revolt. Send me your recommendations!

 

Show Notes:

LIFE IN THE STOCKS Podcast: Episode 30 Interview with Frank Turner (but listen to them all)
Taco Hell links: BandCamp | Circle Records | Facebook | Twitter


 TRACK LISTING

1. Blue Treasure – Hunter Dumped Us Here


Twitter | BandCamp

2. The Broken – Youth in Revolt


Links to Buy their Music | Twitter

3. Girl Up (live) – Taco Hell

 

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Start the Music! 015 – Shadow of Everest



 

This episode meets all Can-Con requirements as Kat is joined by all four members of Shadow of Everest, the band that this very podcast played a track from on its very first episode. We talk about being a band in Atlantic Canada, Tool, existing outside genres and their new EP “Idle Hands”. As well the track listing is full of bands from the Maritimes, who says they don’t put out great music?

 

Show Notes:

Book: A Distorted Revolution: How Eric’s Trip Changed Music, Moncton, and Me (amazon)
Shadow of Everest links: Website | Facebook | TwitterBandCamp


 TRACK LISTING

1. Feel the Same Way Too – The Rankin Family (Nova Scotia)


iTunes

2. Behind the Garage – Eric’s Trip (New Brunswick)


Bandcamp / iTunes

3. Peter’s Dream – Lennie Gallant (Prince Edward Island)

 iTunes

4. Idle Hands – Shadow of Everest (Nova Scotia)

 

New Window: Start the Music! Episode 15 

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Start the Music 014 – Music Break I



The first episode of Start the Music without a guest, but have no fear because that half hour of talking has been replaced with twenty-six shiny minutes of music from across the genres. Take it on a commute, listen on a lunch break, there’s something for everyone. For less than the cost of a latte in Canada you can own all these tracks.

Days before the episode dropped I got to see Trapper Schoepp live at the Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver, BC! An acoustic set with so much power! His song Bumper Cars is song number four, check it and the others out!



TRACK LISTING:

1. Fear – Americas Pastime

2. Back on Track – Counter Theory

3. I’m Right! You’re Wrong!! – The Sold! and the Bones (video)

4. Bumper Cars – Trapper Schoepp

5. Saturday Night – Johnny & the Razorblades

6. Time Heals – Arbors Lane

7. Russian Beers – Woodchuck

8. Warriors – Static Alice

9. There Goes my Baby – The Millwinders

 

 

New Window: Start the Music! Episode 14 

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Start the Music! 009 – Sam Eastmond (Composer)



This episode of Start the Music! I talk to Sam Eastmond, composer and one of the leaders of Spike Orchestra. We talk about music and community, being a band geek and the usual questions about first albums and first gigs. I also give some details about upcoming episode 10 and check out that SOCAN image on the sidebar! We’re licensed!

Find all you need to know about Spike Orchestra at: www.spikeorchestra.com
Cerberus: Masada Book Two The Spike Orchestra play John Zorn’s Masada available everywhere (also direct from the band)

For the full length (barely edited) interview with Sam – Click Here

Also mentioned on the podcast: 

40 and Knocked Up
Seen and Heard in Edmonton


TRACK LISTING

1. Black Sheep – Abandin All Hope


Bandcamp
Twitter / Facebook

2. Salaries & Wages – The Real McCoys


Bandcamp
Twitter / Facebook

3. Life Inside – Spike Orchestra

Intro from the track: Construction – Spike Orchestra

 

New Window: Start the Music! Episode 9 

*As always thank you to all the bands who allow me to play their music. Support them if you can!

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Start the Music! 008 – Kylie Rebecca (Tour Photographer)



There’s more to the music industry than just bands, and this week I talk to tour photographer and videographer Kylie Rebecca about doing photoshoots, being on tour and staying inspired. A picture is worth a thousand podcasts so make sure you check out her portfolio. This episode’s music selections are taken from the USA, UK and Canada – there is something for everyone.


Kylie Rebecca Photography



TRACK LISTING

1. College in a Nutshell – The Bomb Shelter Dropouts


Twitter: @BombDropouts
Spotify 
/ Bandcamp

2. Daytime TV – Standing Like Statues


Twitter: @LikeStatuesUK
Facebook
 / Youtube

3. Play it Safe – Petric

Twitter: @PetricMusic / Website
Youtube

 

New Window: Start the Music! Episode 8 

*As always thank you to all the bands who allow me to play their music. Support them if you can.

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Start the Music! 007 – Chris Cote



This episode we’re going to bring some Southern California to your ears as I interview singer & bassist of the band Kut-U-Up on his way to grab some waves. Fun fact: This is the first interview I have ever done with someone in a wetsuit. We talk about the Pop Disaster Tour, quickly approaching the 15th anniversary of its last show (June 17, 2002) and the exploits of a band nobody knew accompanying two of the biggest pop punk bands of the time on tour. All that AND music from Chin Up, Kid & Sharp/Shock!


Music played on the podcast from their 2 song EP


As mentioned in the podcast:

Monday M.A.S.S with Chris Cote / iTunes
YEWOnline

Buy the DVD “Riding in Vans with Boys” on Amazon

 

Shadow of Everest – New EP out June 9th 2017 “Idle Hands” (bandcamp)



TRACK LISTING

1: Yesterday – Chin Up, Kid


Twitter: @ChinUpKidIN
Facebook / Bandcamp

2: Away from the Man – Sharp/Shock


Twitter: @SharpShock
Website / Heart & Skull

3: Eyeline – Kut-U-Up

Twitter / Facebook
Youtube

 

New Window: Start the Music! Episode 7 

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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.

JustGiving Page for Manchester Evening News Fundraiser


Image: H.L. Goyer | Lettering: Alexis Young


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

Doctor Who: Reality Bomb Podcast
Adam Vee Music Productions



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)

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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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Start the Music! 004 – Real Sickies



Episode 004 – Show Notes

We have not two, but four tracks for you to listen to this week. Enhance your commute or make your house-cleaning a little less painful with some great music. This weeks feature is an interview with Ben Disaster from the Alberta band Real Sickies.

An important crowdfunding campaign for a feature documentary called Poly Styrene: I Am A Cliché needs your help (deadline is May 2)



TRACK LISTING

1: GODSPEED – Point North


Twitter: @Pointnorthband

2: TOUCH ME AGAIN – Petrol Girls


Facebook
Twitter: @Petrol_Girls
Touch Me Again music video

3: DUALITY ft. Swain – Bells and Robes


Website & Swain
Twitter

4: COOL CLUB – Real Sickies

Facebook
Twitter

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Start the Music! 003 – Beggars Bunce



Episode 003 – Show Notes

 

 

 

 

This episode features music and an interview with Bob Fleming from the Beggar’s Bunce and a live recording of the title track of their album Silent Revolution.

First Track: Better Days – Worthless


Hit the North Fest Poster & Better Days UK Tour 2017 poster

Second Track: Punchline – Darkest Dark


The Netflix Special Kickstarter (Which will have ended) – UPDATE: IT GOT FUNDED!!
Their cover of Madam Me (and listen to the original by Alkaline Trio while you’re at it)
Youtube video that hooked first me on Punchline:

Bob Fleming/Beggar’s Bunce interview:

King King & Reef
Paul Weller plays the Jam’s A Town Called Malice
Iceland’s silent revolution

New Window: Start the Music! Episode 3

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