Kill Matilda decided to make their way into the Maritimes for the first time ever, and they did so with a bang! They tore up Studio D while Matt Nightingale tried to coerce more information out about the secretive operations that the band were involved with. Find out some disturbing things, get confused, and fall
Matt Nightingale of Run For Your Life managed to catch James from Bikini Test Failure on the phone … yes, that’s right, phone! While this is highly irregular for a session, James hails from Manchester, England! He sent in a special acoustic set of his music just for sessions, and chatted to Matt about what’s
Leslie Dishslayer and Tara Holloway form the Tough Girl Revue, the duo playing across the Maritimes though originating from Ontario. Fresh from their performance the night before, they talk about reception in the maritimes as well as some of the merch all of us missed out on! Hosted by Matt Nightingale of Run For Your
The Lee Harvey Oswalds come in full lineup to CHSR for a second interview, this time with the sultry voice usually heard on The Quiet Inside by Kayne. The band chats about how their summer’s been, performances with friends from Hamburger Tapes such as Adam Mowery and the Wooden Wives, and even run-ins with the law!
Halifax-based garage band Dog Day sit down with host Shawn MacKenzie, talking about their new album, influences, changes in the lineup and their mini-tour with friends Apollo Ghosts. Be sure to check this pair out! Their DIY attitude shows through their music! Special thanks to Matt Nightingale of Run For Your Life for operating the
Rockin’ garage band Apollo Ghosts breeze on through on a mini-tour with Dog Day to perform at our studio here at CHSR. Fresh from Sappyfest, the band blasts through some psychedelic, fast-paced music to keep you on the up and up of what’s going on with their new vinyl. Host Matt Nightingale of Run For
Fresh off their cross-Canada tour, The Moonshine Ramblers come back to tell us of all their great success. And it’s a CHSR first, too! We were fortunate to have the band in as they were on their way out, and as they return, they speak of how life was on the road all summer, odd jobs
Station Manager Tim Rayne got to sit down with Jimmy Rankin, and the ever-famous artist shares with us at CHSR and you, the listeners, on his inspiration over the years, some of his musical history and just life in general. You don’t want to miss this one, folks! Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Google
Fresh from their performance the night earlier, band Misguided Aggression sat down to give some history of the band with host Matt Nightingale of Run For Your Life. Don’t miss this session! This thrash/core metal band discusses their political message and what their music means to them, and at the end, your eardrums will likely bleed from
Melodic death metal band Unleash The Archers came in to do a very special, exclusive acoustic performance of their song “The Outlander” off their latest album Demons of the Astrowaste while suffering through an interview with music director Matt Nightingale of Run For Your Life. The band talks about upcoming gigs, some of the dirtier sides of
Post-Hardcore band Horizons came into our humble studio with their wall of amps to completely rattle windows and leave host Matt Nightingale of Run For Your Life bewildered at what to say next. They talk about their album, their tour with a fellow band Dancing With Paris, and a few others songs are added into the mix after
Band Dancing With Paris came in to CHSR at night to do a very special Sessions at Night show, following their tour with Horizons. Host Matt Nightingale of Run For Your Life chats up these guys about their upcoming album, and even gives you a preview of what’s to come at the end of the session.
Kayne from The Quiet Inside sat down with the band Urban Preacher. Urban Preacher put a full performance on for us at CHSR while discussing their tour, talking about producing their album, and even recording some songs for the first time in this session. Be sure to check it out for all the jazzy, bluesy
Remy from Where Monsters Dwell set up a fast-paced interview with Spencer from metal band Fatality, over the phone and fresh on their tour. Though this isn’t exactly a session, they chat about everything from drugs to how this tour is going. They promote their fellow bands, mini-tours and everything else you can imagine. Give it a