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An Interview With Maya Rae

Maya Rae

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We kick off a new alphabet cycle by interviewing the lovely and talented Maya Rae! The group chat about the impact of social media on distribution, making connections with independent artist, and pursuing art just because you love it. Also, Steve quizzes Maya with a word association game.

Maya Rae’s Official Website

Maya Rae’s Soundcloud

Music featured this week:
Sapphire Birds – Sapphire Birds

And let’s not forget this cycle’s theme, “Move (You Make Me Feel So Good)” from Moby’s “Move” single.

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An Interview With Marq DeSouza

Marq Desouza

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This week, we have an exclusive interview with local musician Marq DeSouza, as he chats with Steve and Doug about dinner theatre, exposure to new talent, and how music has changed in the digital age.

Marq’s Bandcamp

Marq’s Official Site

Music featured this week:
Who Is Better Than Us? – …& All His Boyish Charms

And let’s not forget this cycle’s theme, “Musique” from Daft Punk’s “Musique, Vol. 1”.

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Y Is For Young Galaxy

Young Galaxy

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This week we jump around Canada to follow in the footsteps of Young Galaxy, a band deeply entrenched in the Canadian music scene while also being underwater apparently.

Music featured this week:
We Have Everything – Shapeshifting
Fall For You – Ultramarine
Come And See – Young Galaxy

And that Canadian classic, “Money City Maniacs” from Sloan’s Navy Blues.

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U Is For UJ3RK5

UJ3RK5

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Back in the dark recesses of the Vancouver nightlife, there once lived a post-punk spastic collection of artists called U-J3RK5. Steve and Doug try to make sense of it all. **Retraction! It appears that UJ3RK5 was not affiliated with the soundtrack of the film Big Meateater. We’ve tried to remove all reference to the film in this episode, but if there are any more, we apologize. Please disregard.

David Wisdom’s article on Geist

Music featured this week:
Eisenhower & The Hippies – UJ3RK5 EP
The Anglican – UJ3RK5 EP
The Locator – UJ3RK5 EP

And that Canadian classic, “Money City Maniacs” from Sloan’s Navy Blues.

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H Is For Hey Ocean!

Hey Ocean!

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This week, Doug and Steve look at one of the biggest bands to come out of Vancouver in recent years, and for good reason! Also, they chat a bit about My Little Pony, and other manly things.

Hey Ocean’s YouTube Channel

Music featured this week:
A Song About California – It’s Easier To Be Someone Else
Big Blue Wave – IS
Warning – Stop Looking Like Music

And that Canadian classic, “Money City Maniacs” from Sloan’s Navy Blues.

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F Is For Five Alarm Funk

Five Alarm Funk

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Onwards with the Canadian run! This week, Steve and Doug cover local Vancouverites Five Alarm Funk, and also muse on awesome cover art.

Five Alarm Funk’s Website
Five Alarm Funk’s Soundcloud

Music featured this week:
Zenith Escalator – Anything Is Possible
We All Scream – ABANDONEARTH
The Iron Pegasus – Rock The Sky

And that Canadian classic, “Money City Maniacs” from Sloan’s Navy Blues.

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An Interview With MITIGO

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This week, Steve and Doug kick off their Canadian run by sitting down with local Vancouver band MITIGO to talk about their hopes, dreams, breakfast, gay marriage, and possibly cast them in a movie about themselves. And hey, they have an announcement! Next week – the alphabet begins!

MITIGO’s Bandcamp

Music featured this week:
Clowned – Round One

And the ever awesome Canadian classic, Money City Maniacs from Sloan’s album Navy Blues.

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