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Ep. #858: Cadence Weapon

Cadence Weapon discusses his explosive new album ROLLERCOASTER, Hamilton joyriding and being a proud citizen, the time he introduced me to the visual artist Raymond Biesinger outside of a Sadies show in Edmonton, life as a new dad and why I think he might want to enjoy every moment, why ROLLERCOASTER is a revolutionary meditation on modern technology and how we interact with it, celebrating his late uncle and musical influence, Brett Miles, breaking down bot farms that juice music and podcast streaming stats, working on a new book, touring again, other future plans, and much more.

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Ep. #832: Nick Zubeck

Nick Zubeck discusses his lovely new album, Echo Park, Cliff Clavin and watching Cheers and Late Night with David Letterman with his late father, a fascinating family history, once running a yoga studio, meditation and existentialism, remembering lost friends and celebrating their work, record release shows, other future plans, and much more.

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Ep. #823: Espanola

Aaron Goldstein discusses his band Espanola and their new album, Espanola, Again, what it was like touring with Willie Nelson in Kathleen Edwards’ band, why and how became such a sought-after pedal steel player, the blurry line between producing and writing a song, writing about displacement, southern rock from southern Ontario, future plans, and much more.

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