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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!

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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Start the Music! 002 – Brother Octopus



The first full-length, proper STM episode.

This week we have an interview and a track called Synth Cowboy from the Edmonton band Brother Octopus.

Baby Teeth – Taco Hell
Over Again – Old Towns

What music is making your life a little better this week?
Kat rambles about the new Blink 182 single Parking Lot and would have talked about the single Misery if it hadn’t been released just after recording. Spoiler: it’s really good.


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