This podcast roundup is late, but not too skinny, as I’ve been driving more than usual lately, which affords more podcast-listening time. So, some local listens for you:
Less than 15 minutes: Chris Chang-Yen Phillips updates his previous exploration of the KKK in Edmonton; Don Hill time-travels with a historian; and Capital City Records gathers three more recommended tracks by Edmonton-based musicians.
Capital City Records Podcast: Tyler Butler and His Handsome Friends
Michael B. MacDonald, author, ethnomusicologist and assistant professor of music at MacEwan University, has known Tyler Butler for a long time.
Capital City Records Podcast: Nature Of
It was a heavy Alberta snowstorm that first led Steve Derpack to Edmonton indie-pop quartet, Nature Of. Without that storm, and a savvy Mercury Room sound-tech, Derpack might never have…
Capital City Records Podcast: The Velveteins
How do you make music that’s both a “tip in the hat” to the rock ‘n roll of the sixties, yet still fresh enough to stand out amongst today’s clamouring indie throngs? The Velveteins…
15 to 30 minutes: Pamella Heikel helps us learn how to listen to our bodies with a yoga therapist; Adam Rozenhart talks to a Canadian working as a principal in Beijing; Vintage Edmonton Music celebrates the holidays with some local vintage vinyl; German Villegas talks to a PhD student of masculinities; Clock Radio explores consent at MacEwan University; the fellas at I Have Some Notes discuss recent movies and such.
More 15 to 30 minutes: Troy Pavlek learns about Edmonton’s waste management system; Sarah Hoyles tells the story of the art in Grandin Station; and I talk to Robyn Wilson about her lovely love podcast, The One; That’s So Maven talks business with a former pilot who now owns a float studio, and a restaurateur who started with a crowdfunding campaign.
30 to 45 minutes: Hear a script treatment develop before your very ears in the new podcast Plot Device; review current events with NewsWired; and hear Louise Dirks of Gravity Pope, Kieran Ryan of Pogo CarShare and me (!) discuss marketing at Capital Ideas.
This month, Capital Ideas takes a loot at what’s in your marketing toolbox. And what you might want to think about adding. We have expert advice from Edmonton business owners Louise Dirks,…
45 to 60 minutes: The newly reunited Nathan and Adam discuss the future of FC Edmonton’s league; Montreal Sauce talks to video game developer Aaron Clifford; What It Is previews Anxiety and Witch Hunt at the Strand; and HIghlevel Showdown discusses the disturbing turn of right-wing politics.
Our big news this week? Adam’s back in the YEG! Granted its a little hard to avoid some of the negative league talk, but we address some of the issues that are plaguing the New York Cosmos…
More than 60 minutes: Haley Radke shares her own story on the season finale of Adoptees On; Witch, Please participates in a great live show in Boston; the Borchelli Brothers and many friends ham it up in a quiz show; the Movie Jerks subject Kent Tilley to another terrible Kevin Smith movie; and Trash, Art and the Movies compares two movies about hanging out with dead men.
Howdy, witches! This extended universe not-so-mini minisode comes to you hot off the mics in America! Hannah and Marcelle (and Trevor!) (and the hippogriff baby, too!!) had the pleasure of…
The Movie Jerks: Yoga Hosers and Kent Tilley
Because he had to suffer through “Tusk” last year, we brought Kent Tilley back to watch Kevin’s Smith’s “Yoga Hosers”. Is this the long waited episode where Gramiak get punched out?…
Trash, Art, And The Movies: Swiss Army Man vs Weekend at Bernie’s
The podcast that pits arthouse cinema against brainless entertainment-and then declares a victor.
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