Edmonton podcast roundup: July 8, 2017

July 8 podcast roundup

Here is a big fat podcast roundup for you, and you’ll want to savour it (more about which at the bottom). These are organized roughly by length, starting with the shorter ones:
Less than 15 minutes: Agnes DeMarco interviews musician Calvin Love on Agnes + Sandra’s Three-Way; on Capital City Records, writer Jason Norman recommends a song by Tyler Butler (one-half of the team behind Don’t Call Me A Guru, incidentally); and Visual Arts Alberta-CARFAC has been sharing all kinds of mini-episodes about the business of art on Draw More Income, of which this talk by Michelle Schultz of dc3 Art Projects is a great example.
Catching up with Calvin Love by Agnes + Sandra`s Three-Way
The Edmonton expat and lo-fi pop-rock musician chats about his latest EP, Ecdysis, and performs one of his tunes, Warm Blindness & A Cool Breeze. You can buy the EP at…
Capital City Records Podcast: CCR Podcast | Tyler Butler...
This week’s podcast features local writer and publisher Jason Norman chatting about the mellow sound of Tyler Butler. He talks about how the music is almost the ‘opposite of sound’ when…
Draw More Income EP15C: CARFAC National Conference 2017:...
Today for the podcast, we are very excited to bring you the third of a few mini-episodes from the 2017 CARFAC National Conference/AGM that was held early June 2017 at the MacEwan University…
15 to 30 minutes: On The Well Endowed Podcast, hear three interesting interviews, including one with writer and podcaster Minister Faust; you can hear him on his own podcast, MF Galaxy, conduct a fascinating interview with Carl Honore about raising happy kids; and on the Vintage Edmonton Music Podcast, Rev Recluse digs into the music of a northern Alberta artist who changed his name, regained his sight, and sang country.
Episode 10 - Big Back yards - The Well Endowed Podcast
On this month’s episode, we sit down with Malcolm Azania, or as many know him – Minister Faust – to talk about his contribution to High Level Lit and about an area of the city he fondly…
MF GALAXY: ANTI-GURU CARL HONORE ON WHY YOU SHOULDN`T OUTSOURCE...
If you’re an expert on parenting, chances are you’re not a parent. And if you are a parent and you think you’re an expert, you’re probably not an expert either. Being a parent means…
Vintage Edmonton Music Podcast #24
This episode features the Edmonton and Northern Alberta musician Dave Boire (Boyer) and songs from his career.
15 to 30 minutes: On Pet Sounds, Sarah Hoyles talks to a couple about how a dog allergy intervened in their relationship; on Avry’s Sports Show, Avry talks to CFLer and broadcaster Davis Sanchez; and on Toastcaster, Greg Gazin hears an interesting metaphor from a fellow Toastmaster.
Episode 27 / A Love Story (with allergies)
Megan and Adam are in love. Only problem, she’s deathly allergic to his two dogs. Hear how the love story of the people and the pets is developing side-by-side. Subscribe: iTunes | Google…
Davis Sanchez by Avry`s Sports Show
On the latest episode of the podcast, long time CFL cornerback turned podcast host (The Waggle on CFL.ca) and TSN 690 CFL analyst Davis Sanchez joined me to chat about Week 1 of the CFL,…
Toastcaster 84 Why Club Officers are like Juice Boxes- Rebecca...
19:01] Using a Juice Box as metaphor for Toastmasters Club Officers is the brainchild of Rebecca Cuthbertson Hulst, ACS, ALB. Rebecca has been a Toastmaster since Jan 2014 and just…
Self-promotion break: On Seen and Heard in Edmonton, I had a great discussion about pregnancy, parenthood, music and journalism with Amy and Scott Fralick of 40 & Knocked Up, which I highly recommend listening to from the beginning so you can hear the whole story (episodes are short, and accompanied by a kickass song).
Episode 69: Scott and Amy Fralick
Meet Scott and Amy Fralick, the smart and creative couple who are chronicling their adventure with pregnancy later in life on their new podcast, 40 & Knocked Up! You may know them as…
40 & Knocked Up!
The challenges of pregnancy later in life. What’s it take to get pregnant, stay pregnant – and stay sane.
30 to 45 minutes: On Let’s Find Out, historian laureate Chris Chang-Yen Phillips takes a group of curious Edmontonians on a tour of Ritchie; on Make It Small, Dave Von Bieker chats with the founder of SubmitHub, a way to share songs with music bloggers; and on Inside the Artist’s Studio, Marvin Greensborough quizzes members of the band Slates.
Episode 11: About Ritchie
Ritchie is a beloved older neighbourhood near Mill Creek Ravine. In this episode, we gathered residents’ questions about a school, a meatpacking plant, and some trees in the area. And then…
Ep.4 - Jason Was Overwhelmed, So He Built SubmitHub
Episode 4 marks my first excursion outside of Edmonton, at a time when I’m trying push my music out of town as well. Jason Grishkoff is a music blogger who created a tool to help music…
005 - Slates
James & Lee from Slates sit down with Marvin to chat about their new record Summery, the recording process with Steve Albini and the attempted studio sabotage. Then they take their second…
30 to 45 minutes: On Migration Patterns, Meredith Bratland learns about Nigeria from Toonna Obi-Okoye; on True North Strange and Weird, Patee and Kim tell the ghost stories behind a series of Canadian stamps; and on The Ryan Holtz Show, learn about influencer marketing and the apparel business from the founder of Neighburr Hats.
Episode 3: Toonna Obi-Okoye - Nigeria
During our interview, Toonna describes his childhood in Nigeria and teaches us a bit about the three main tribes of the nation. We chat about hip-hop and the musical influence of Nigerian…
Canada Post Goes Gothic
Patee and Kim enjoy a quick fire episode of Canadian ghost stories that were released along side a series of stamps and postcards issued by Canada Post. Featuring perverted poltergeists and…
Auto Dealer Marketer
In this episode of The Ryan Holtz Show, I have special guest Mark Gatto, Owner and Founder of Neighburr Hats on the show to chat influencer marketing, apparel business, grenfell towers and…
30 to 45 minutes: Catch up on Alberta politics with Postmedia’s Emma Graney, Janet French, Paula Simons and Dave Breakenridge on the latest edition of The Press Gallery; on The Broadcast, Trisha Estabrooks and Alex Zabjek dive into the pros and cons of gender quotas in politics; and on Modern Manhood, German Villegas concludes his conversation with the Highlevel Showdown’s Elliott Tanti and Michael Vecchio, focusing on masculinity in their immigrant households.
Press Gallery #187: The We`re Working On It edition
Uniting conservatives, combating hate – so many things were worked on this week in Alberta politics. Join Press Gallery podcast host Emma Graney with guests Dave Breakenridge, Paula Simons…
Gender Up! The good, the bad and the complicated on gender...
Gender quotas — in some form or another — exist in the political structures of countries from Rwanda to Sweden. But the word alone seems to make many Canadians wince — why? There’s a…
Episode 32: Elliott Tanti and Michael Vecchio Pt 2/The Effects...
On today’s show, we go a little more personal, and speak directly about Elliott and Michael’s background as first-generation Canadians and how their family households made them unique…
45 to 60 minutes: On That’s So Maven, Andrea Beça learns about business, family and priorities from Lane Edwards of Pura Botanicals; on the Northern Nerdcast, Dan and Trina talk to Ashley Janssen about YESS Quest, a 24-hour gaming marathon to raise money for Youth Empowerment and Support Services; and on Practice Management Nuggets, Jean Eaton learns about new software to help health care providers fill their cancellations more efficiently.
Episode 52: Lane Edwards
This week, I sat down with Lane Edwards, whose journey towards entrepreneurship took her from Vancouver to Grand Cayman to Australia and back home again to Edmonton, where she created Pura…
Nerdcast ep.78 YESS Quest
This week Dan and Chelsea sit down with the amazing folks from YESS (Youth Empowerment and Support Services) to talk about their upcoming event YESS Quest. YESS Quest is a 24 hour video…
Practice Management Nuggets: Fill Cancellations Without Making a...
Sign up for weekly reminders about upcoming guest interviews, here: InformationManagers.ca/pmn-podcast For full show notes, along with webinar slides and resources…
More than 60 minutes: On Trash, Art, and the Movies, Erin and Paul compare and contrast two movies about boozers; on Plot Device, hear the script of what actually sounds like a pretty interesting movie unfold before your very ears; and on Bollywood is for Lovers, Erin and Matt review the year so far in Hindi cinema.
Trash, Art, And The Movies : TAATM #229: Arthur vs. Barfly
The podcast that pits arthouse cinema against brainless entertainment-and then declares a victor.
OSCAR BAIT by Plot Device
EPISODE SEVENTEEN A fake movie about a fake movie about fake movie stars! Brad Slemon is a big action star who always saw himself as a more capable artist. Remarkably, he’s cast without…
Episode 43 - 2017 Midyear Review
We summarize the big hits and many misses that have come out so far this year.
More than 60 minutes: On Loyal Company of the River Valley, Nate and Adam contemplate whether FC Edmonton needs a coaching change; on Witch, Please, spend a delightful time with the phenomenal Foggo family, deep readers and fans of both Harry Potter and the podcast; and on Highlevel Showdown, Sharon Mvundura joins Elliott and Michael to discuss carding, voter suppression and other political matters.
Loyal Company of the River Valley Podcast: LCRV - Episode 109
We took this week to talk at length about #MillerOut, what he’s doing wrong, what can be done right, and is this season a write off? We also address the rumours of Fordyce coming back after…
S2E2: Witch, Please and the Phenomenal Foggos
Well hello again, witches! Thanks for tuning in for this week’s mega super long but mega super lovely episode featuring the Foggo Family. An under-slept Marcelle joins the Foggos as they…
Carding & Voter Suppression
Michael Vecchio and Elliott Tanti debate topics from across Canada that relate to their hometown… Edmonton
This will be the last podcast roundup for a bit, as I’ve got to go hard on building the Alberta Podcast Network, powered by ATB. Do watch the @seenandheardyeg Twitter feed for suggested local listening.

We will get to see each other in real life pretty soon, though! Come to the next Edmonton Podcasting Meetup on July 30 at Variant Edition. We’ll be talking to Erika Ensign of Verity! and approximately one million other podcasts about growing a fandom.

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YESS Quest: The First Adventure 24-Hour Gaming Marathon August 19-20, 2017, 12PM-12PM, Northlands Hall A Create a fundraising page Learn more about YESS Quest
This week’s Seen and Heard in Edmonton is brought to you by YESS Quest, a 24-hour gaming marathon to be held at Northlands Expo Centre on Aug. 19-20 in support of Youth Empowerment & Support Services.

If you want to play games all night to raise money for a good cause, or if you want to pledge your support for other gamers, or if you want the sponsor the event to help players raise money, visit yessquest.com.
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