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Ep. #873: Luka Kuplowsky

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Luka Kuplowsky discusses How Can I Possibly Sleep When There Is Music, his new album with the Ryōkan band, film studies in Toronto, life-changing Beverly Glenn-Copeland encounters, exploring Buddhism, meditation, Tang Dynasty poetry, and speak-singing, why producer Sandro Perri suggested he perform one song like a tentative fifth grader, the magical gathering place and venue that is Toronto’s Tranzac, wanting to be Jackie Chan, theatrical staging, his next album, tour, other future plans, and much more.   

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