So, whats up with the weather in Alberta lately? Amirite?
Speaking of freaks, check out Weird Music Canada. Its better than Pitchfork, but then again so is everything. Seriously though, Canadian music blog that stays true to its roots and to its name. Worth an RSS add.
Speaking of storms, my buds Myelin Sheaths are f’ing blowing up, or at least nicely settled in a forest green rising hot air balloon destined for success. To think, soon I’ll be living with these rock stars. Better start practicing doing blow off illegal sex trade workers. Updated: Weird Canada did a rad post on the released album.
Speaking of doing blow off illegal sex trade workers, next radio program is TONIGHT (ohmygawd) 7pm-8pmMST on 88.5fm in the Edmonton area or worldwide here.
Like radio? Like independence? Of course you do!
Check out my post on CKLN’s refusal to let their internal politics stop them from broadcasting a day filled with programming for International Women’s Day programming.
Just Watch the Sky….
As seen on Music for Ants (all cred goes to this site…) this music blog is a wicked feat in music sharing and design. A different theme for every song, hold your interest longer than Vice’s do and don’t lists.
Seriously, it’s really really cool.
Last night, I joined Lethbridge lo-fi favorites Endangered Ape and a few special guest’s to record a soon-to-be classic Christmas song. 6 takes, 5 glasses of grown- up egg nog and 1 Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer claymation special later we put together a memory which may take years to forget.
Infused with real live sleigh bells and enough Christmas cheer to make even Santa want to throw up, this track is nothing but sheer love and happiness.
Lyrics and track available at E Ape’s blog.
But if you can wait, I will be airing it tonight on CKXU during my live radio show tonight.