Co-host John Heinstein joins me this morning with some unbelievably great hidden New Brunswick talent!!! Podcast: Play in new window | Download
Don’t worry / I’m sorry that this isn’t a Valentine’s Day episode! Instead it’s just a NORMAL episode. Everything is NORMAL.
By which I mean amazing.
On this episode me an Jake dive into the weirdest music we’ve ever come across! The likes of which include Watsky, The Cardiacs, Primus, Frank Zappa and more! Tune in next week when we play our favourite Canadian music! Johnny James PLAYLIST: Paradigm Shift – Malixiria Stupidass – Watsky! Bell Clinks –
This is the first episode of Paradigm Shift, where every Tuesday from 10pm-12am me (Johnny James) and my co-host Jake Hollis conform the show to a different paradigm of music and pull the best tracks we can out of it. For episode 1 we picked out our best instrumentals, which includes the likes of YES,
Passengers of The Crazy Train! Welcome back! This is your new conductor Johnny James! Many thanks to outgoing host Chris Waddell for passing the torch on to me and letting me keep this show going! I hope I do it justice! Here is the first podcasted episode of a new era, the first of many!
Jeff Patch joins me today with 4 new tracks from Free to Grow’s upcoming May release!!! Podcast: Play in new window | Download
Track Listing: 1.) The Drug Rugs – Crawlin’ 2.) Floodland – Hurricane 3.) David in the Dark – Hard To See 4.) The Hypochondriacs – Two Bottles Of Whiskey 5.) The Hypochondriacs – Hung Up and Hungover 6.) Burgundy Drive – When I Nod 7.) The Waking Night – Third Digit 8.) The Stanfields –
Track Listing: 1.) The Stogies – You Don’t Look Too Good 2.) The Disasterbaters – Searchin 3.) Off Season – Civil War 4.) Jane Blanchard – Were In Love 5.) Jane Blanchard – Island 6.) Usse – In Through Beyond 7.) The Brood – The Don 8.) Ceeb Dread – Extra Boom Bap 9.) Spoutnique
This is The Electric Metropolis, I am AD Springer, your musical tour guide to all things future funk, chiptune, synthpop and other reach out and grab you music in the electronica sphere! On this Valentine’s, we celebrate those who seek to love, be loved, and love themselves both within and beyond this brilliant city of sound.
Track Listing: Interview with Adrian Underhill 1.) Adrian Underhill – Not Good Enough 2.) the WAYO – Skat 3.) Jessie Brown – Someone Else 4.) Ian Janes – Lying Awake 5.) Nap Eyes – Every Time The Feeling 6.) Little You Little Me – I’m Wasted On Myself 7.) Sound Drown – (Bittersweet) Fault Lines
Toronto’s Adrian Underhill just released his debut album “CU Again”, and took the time to chat with Bondo about the record, his start in music, plus what he’s listening to at the moment.
Track Listing: Chat with Andrew Laite of Rube & Rake 1.) Rube & Rake – From Left to Right 2.) Fortunate Ones – Northern Star 3.) The Barrowdowns – Landlocked 4.) Tye Dempsey – Stone Cold Hustle 5.) Ian Sherwood – I See Red 6.) The Olympic Symphonium – The Middle 7.) Les Jeunes d’Asteure
Toronto’s Adrian Underhill‘s new album CU Again blends together pop and R&B sounds to create some chill, smooth, baby-making jams. Working with famed producer Kindness, who has worked with both Solange and pop Goddess Robyn, added a subtle electronic element to the record which gives some tracks a little funk undertone, even disco-esque at times.
Featuring tracks from King Diamond Tut, Matthew Chaim , CHVRCHES, Ascot Royals, Stimulator Jones, Akeem Ouellet // Dreams & Schemes, Low Cut Connie, Mary and the Ram, Monk Tamony , We Were Sharks, Colour Tongues,, Preoccupations and Starbenders!
And so, we’ve reached that point where we’ve scaled a single month and have the challenge issued forward to keep the show fresh, new, and still capable of fitting the general description of a rock and roll zombie.
So here we are, and there we’ll go. Grab a podcast and share with a friend – give the gift of free today!
St. John’s NFLD’s folk duo Rube & Rake are ambitiously touring Eastern Canada this February with New Brunswick dates in Perth-Andover, St. Andrew’s, Sackville, and Fredericton. Listen in while Rube & Rake‘s Andrew chats with Bondo about their tour so far, some valley love, and where you can find them over the next few days. Rube
Tour Itinerary: First Stop: “Concept” by tech noir off the album Tide Future Funk District: “Deep Down In Your Soul” by R E M L A R R off the album soon… “Breezy Day” by Ayaka “You Look So Good” by Moe Shop off the album Pure Pure Synth District: “The Lights” by Doot Dedoot off the album Syncromesh “Shadow
Track Listing: 1.) Paper Beat Scissors – All We Know 2.) Motherhood – Hocus Pocus 3.) The Olympic Symphonium – Comedy 4.) Oh No, Theodore – You Can Do Better Than Me 5.) Ariel Sharatt & Mathias Kom – I Love You 6.) Mauno – Hands 7.) Gabrielle Papillon – Overture for the Fire Keeper/Three
Track Listing: 1.) Milk & Bone – TMRW. 2.) Christine Campbell – Take Me Back 3.) Holly Miranda – Exquisite 4.) LIGHTS – We Were Here 5.) Saint Yves – Praying for the Pain 6.) Eden Samara – Upside Down 7.) Shred Kelly – Jupiter (Any Other Way) 8.) Rxchelle – Light Me Up 9.)
Once referred to as stoke folk, Fernie BC’s Shred Kelly are set to release their 4th album February 16, 2018 via Germany’s Devil Duck Records. And while Shred Kelly‘s sound is definitely rooted in folk music with banjos and ukuleles at the core, their new album Archipelago is immersed with electric guitar, synth, and even
Track Listing: 1.) Burgundy Drive – Another Day 2.) Floodland – Tangled 3.) Christine Campbell – Rollercoaster 4.) The Brood – Chicken, Cheese, & Beer 5.) Liam Corcoran – Never Ever 6.) Dormitories – Play Doh 7.) Anne Janelle – Will You 8.) Mike Bravener – The Black and White Song 9.) Braden Lam –
Today, you will learn that I am, in fact, not your boss.
Unless I am suddenly wealthy or secretly running the world.
Illuminati confirmed? Tune in, find out.
Fractal code is a local DJ from Fredericton who dives deep into the mind-bending sounds of psy-bass. Open your third ear as we discuss the music scene on the east cost and hear a special guest mix performed by fractal code in studio!
I am your musical tour guide AD Springer, happy to report it is indeed snowing here in The Electric Metropolis, even if the mass of neon lights are melting the snowfall away. The metropolis is at a nice and cool temperature, just enough to make you wear a jacket but not enough to be bitter. Perfect