Festival D’été de Québec: Behind the Magic!
To start with, Joseph Arthur is the coolest, most rock star dude ever. He said it was likely he had been to Quebec several times, but couldn't recall a single one, and then he interviewed the flowers about truth. Awesome dude. Fat Mike is, not surprisingly, an insanely funny guy, and the first half our interview is actually just him making fun of the Flatliners, El Hefe, and Chris from Propagandhi. Awesome, totally non sensical. And John Samson is the sweetest young man, and one day I hope to raise a kid just like him.
Joseph Arthur "Honey & the Moon"
StreamsSep 28, 2015
Anamai"Abris" on Exclaim! TV
Anamai is an experimental neo-folk endeavour lead by Anna Mayberry (HSY) and produced by David Psutka (Hiawatha, Egyptrixx). The rest of the...
StreamsSep 25, 2015
Dirty Frigs"Toss" on Exclaim! TV
Dirty Frigs are a Toronto-based four-piece who resurrect the spirit of Link Wray and other early axe-wielders to conjure the dark and distor...
FeaturesSep 23, 2015
The Folk"Forgive Me" on Exclaim! TV
The Folk are a six-piece with a curio cabinet of eccentric sounds at their disposal; their collection of alternative rock tunes contains tra...
StreamsSep 21, 2015
Hail the Sun"Dead Messages" on Exclaim! TV
The distinctive falsetto of Donovan Melero is a defining feature of Chico, CA quartet Hail the Sun; like other post-hardcore greats such as ...
FeaturesSep 18, 2015
The OBGMs"House" on Exclaim! TV
The oOoh Baby Gimme Mores call themselves as a "booty shaking, fist pumping machine built to make you sweat," although they need no introduc...
FeaturesSep 16, 2015
Jack Moves"Five Song Medley" on Exclaim! TV
Jack Moves is a mad scientist behind the RC-505; he uses the looper to record and layer his voice, resulting in original tracks, medleys and...
StreamsSep 14, 2015
SHMU"Pictionary" on Exclaim! TV
Sam Chown's bio describes his musical work as more (or maybe less) than a band, but more so a hypothetical entity. Learning to play a variet...
FeaturesSep 09, 2015
Walrus"Later Days" on Exclaim! TV
Walrus are a Haligonian five-piece who specialize in psychedelic pop sounds akin to the Brian Jonestown Massacre, MGMT and, obviously, the B...