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Spanning the globe to give you the constant variety of Prog. The thrill of mellotrons. And the agony of the 80s. The musical drama of epic compositions. This is Soundchaser. The Professor will host three hours of music selected from the history of progressive rock, the 1960s to the present. The main feature of every broadcast will be at least an hour of symphonic progressive, the boldest, most robust flavors prog has to offer. The program will feature many varietal selections as well, from f ...
 
1 – 31 March 2012 Online 24 hours each day, avfestival.co.uk / thepixelpalace.org Radio Boredcast is a 744-hour continuous online radio project, curated by artist Vicki Bennett (People Like Us) with AV Festival 12. In response to our ambiguous relationship with time - do we have too much or not enough? - Radio Boredcast celebrates the detail, complexity and depth of experience lost through our obsession with speed. The full list of participants in Radio Boredcast with new and exclusive recor ...
 
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The Sound Chaser Progressive Rock Podcast goes to infinity and beyond. You get some obscure music and some not so obscure music on this show. There are a couple of epics from Collegium Musicum and Klaus Schulze with Andreas Grosser. I have new music from Fleesh, Adam Rabin, and The J Conspiracy. All that, plus news of shows and releases on this edi…
 
Now brought to by Scout Magazine. In this fun split episode it thrilled us to bring back on two of our most inspiring previous guests in Max Curzon-Price of Botanist and The Diamond and Dallah El Chami of Superbaba and the Vancouver Food and Beverage Community Relief Fund. We were excited to check in on Max’s new cocktail giving back initiative, Pi…
 
The Sound Chaser Progressive Rock Podcast strikes again. In this time of global pandemic, shutdowns of performing venues, and isolation of gigging professionals, it is both surprising and heartening to see that new music is still getting made. The past several shows have been a way to promote some of that new music in the hope of keeping progressiv…
 
The Sound Chaser Progressive Rock Podcast rises again. On the show this time we have new music from IQ and Rick Miller. We have a number of live tracks. Many of the acts for this show are not on the usual prog rock playlists for internet radio or streaming services, so you get to hear quite a bit you may not have heard of before. The Symphonic Zone…
 
Now brought to you by Scout Magazine. It’s a dream we have all wanted at some point or another. Whether you work in the restaurant industry currently or have always wanted to. To open your very own, small, independent restaurant, where you’ll get to connect with your community, local farmers and become a hub for your friends and family is something…
 
Along the dusty trails of music broadcasting, The Sound Chaser Progressive Rock Podcast traces its lonely path in the fight for truth, justice, and quality music. We are sliding through the years and styles of progressive music. We have new music from Gianni Nicola and IDDQD, a few classics from the 70s, some space music from Brian Eno, guitar shre…
 
The Sound Chaser Progressive Rock Podcast returns to action. On the show this time we have a bit of variety to begin with, three new pieces of music, The Symphonic Zone, and a complete rock opera from Ayreon. All that plus news of tours and releases on this edition of Sound Chaser. Playlist1. Angra - Rainy Nights [cd bonus track], from Fireworks2. …
 
Now brought to you by Scout Magazine. There are few people on this planet who understand viruses and pandemics more than Dr. Bonnie Henry. As BC’s top health officer, her years of experience in dealing with past crises such as Ebola in 2001, SARS in 2003 or H1N1 in 2009 gave her the knowledge to help guide us during COVID-19. With a low transmissio…
 
The Sound Chaser Progressive Rock Podcast is back. On the program this time, I have five pieces of new music, a long suite from Vangelis, music ranging the eras and styles of prog, The Symphonic Zone, plus news of tours and releases. The new music comes from Ian Neal, Jazz Sabbath, Moonshot, Morreale, and Iddqd. Plus, you get music from The Moody B…
 
The Sound Chaser Progressive Rock Podcast rides again. On the show this time, you will hear a variety of styles from well known artists, and a few obscurities. You get a long song from Moon Safari, a long suite from Peter Banks, and just a whole lotta great music. All that plus news of tours and releases on Sound Chaser. Playlist1. Jean-Luc Ponty -…
 
Now brought to you by Scout Magazine. In this episode, our 50th, it thrilled us to bring on one of the most respected and hard working hospitality veterans in Vancouver, General Manager Leticia Castro of The Diamond. We waxed on all things COVID, reopening her bar, how she’s managed these weird times, staff expectations, her managerial philosophy, …
 
The Sound Chaser Progressive Rock Podcast returns. On this show we go Through with Kraan, dance a Bolero with Heldon, survive some Crises with Mike Oldfield, and Sing to the Moon with Snarky Puppy. I have an In Memoriam segment for Keith Tippett and Ennio Morricone. The Symphonic Zone gets grand and eloquent. All that plus news of tours and release…
 
The Sound Chaser Progressive Rock Podcast is in the ether once more with another special theme show. The show this time feature's Damian's picks. You've heard him in the fillers. He does some occasional work here at Sound Chaser Headquarters. The selections this time are not from me, but come from Damian. I asked for a list of his favorite prog roc…
 
Now brought to you by Scout Magazine. Today’s episode is big for us as we were beyond thrilled to have British Columbia’s Attorney General David Eby on the podcast to discuss the new restaurant and bar wholesale pricing parameters his office released last week. This new pricing, with restaurants and bars receiving 20-25% off what they currently pay…
 
The Sound Chaser Progressive Rock Podcast is on the web again. The show this time has a theme. It is dedicated to progressive rock songs by artists not usually associated with progressive rock. This is the second installment of that theme, the first having been all the way back in 2014 when the show was still on the Dividing Line Broadcast Network …
 
Now brought to you by Scout Magazine. In this emergency episode, we brought on two of the owners of Mount Pleasant’s Como Taperia, Shaun Layton and Frankie Harrington to discuss all the hoopla surrounding their patio expansion. In a desperate Hail Mary attempt to garner some attention to their plight, they wrote a detailed Instagram post of why the…
 
Now brought to you by Scout Magazine. In this episode it thrilled us to bring on the Editor-in-Chief of our presenting sponsor, Andrew Morrison of Scout Magazine. This is Andrew’s second time joining us on the pod and well similar to his first go around, he didn’t disappoint. We waxed on the state of dining here in Vancouver, his thoughts on the ho…
 
The Sound Chaser Progressive Rock Podcast rides again. On the show this time we take another tour through the many eras and styles of progressive rock. We have the well known and the obscure and the in between. You get new music from Jaymz Dare. All that plus news of tours and releases on Sound Chaser. Playlist1. Bartron Tyler Group - Eleanor Rigby…
 
Now brought to you by Scout Magazine. In this episode it delighted us to bring on two prominent hospitality veterans in Paul Grunberg and Romano Castillo. You might recognize these two as the former faces of Gastown’s L’Abattoir, where they helped distinguish that restaurant as being one of Vancouver’s best for many years. However, a few years back…
 
The Sound Chaser Progressive Rock Podcast broadcasts progressive rock around coast to coast, sea to sea, and pole to pole. On the show this time is quite a bit of progressive rock from the classic period. I have new music from Raza. In The Symphonic Zone I have a spotlight segment on prog musicians turned classical composers. You get all that, plus…
 
Now presented by Scout Magazine. In this special COVID-19 episode it thrilled us to have on Chambar co-owner Karri Green-Schuermans and our old friend James Iranzad of Gooseneck Hospitality. We wanted to hear them speak about what’s happening on the front lines regarding how the British Columbia government is looking to reopen the restaurant commun…
 
Now presented by Scout Magazine. In this weeks episode it thrilled us to bring on highly respected restaurateur Brandon Grossutti. Owner and operator of Gastown staple Pidgin, we were eager to discuss a new venture he’s been developing, a new “at cost” delivery service called FROMTO. With so many restaurants struggling to keep their heads above wat…
 
Now brought to you by Scout Magazine. In this special Covid-19 episode we brought on Abdallah (Dallah) El Chami of Victoria's Superbaba to discuss the Vancouver Food and Beverage Relief Fund he and couple of his friends recently started. With so many of us in the industry struggling with this current way of life, we were eager to hear Dallah's thou…
 
Hello fellow isolators and welcome to the Midrange Group Chat. Today, some of the members of the Midrange team got together remotely to talk about pretty much whatever came to mind. This round we are joined by Mickey, Jamie, Dan, and Tristan. While there is some unavoidable speculation regarding what will come from this new way of life, the team tr…
 
Brought to you by Scout Magazine. In light of our current social and economic circumstances due to the Covid-19 virus, we wanted to reach out to our close friends in the community and chat with them on how they are dealing with this pandemic. First up today is our loyal friend James Iranzad of Gooseneck Hospitality. If you don't know James, you pro…
 
Now brought to you by Scout Magazine. We were originally going to push this episode due to the current global pandemic of Covid-19. We thought it seemed trivial to release this now, with so many of us facing personal and economic uncertainties. However, we've had a few of you (thanks for your support) inquire if we had an episode coming soon. This …
 
Now brought to you by Scout Magazine. In this episode, it thrilled us to bring on winemaker Tyler Harlton of Summerland’s TH Wines and GM James Langford-Smith of Chinatown staples Bao Bei and Kissa Tanto. We waxed on all things hospitality, running small businesses, natural wine and its ethos and much much more. Jamie was excited to delve deep into…
 
In this episode, Jamie and Mickey chat with Peter Van de Reep of Campagnolo Upstairs. Recently crowned BC's Best Sommelier, they were excited to discuss his win, how it unfolded and what his thoughts are about competing at Nationals next fall. Peter also dishes on his start in the industry, his love for hospitality and much much more. Gracious, wit…
 
In our final episode of 2019 we were thrilled to bring on current Mackenzie Room Wine Director and soon to be General Manager of the Mackenzie group’s second restaurant, Say Mercy, one Mr. Cody Dodds. A good friend of Jamie’s, Cody gave us the goods on what diners should expect from Say Mercy as we cover the restaurant’s philosophy, style and what …
 
In this episode, we brought on our good friend and bartender extraordinaire, Max Curzon-Price of Botanist in the Fairmont Pacific Rim Hotel. We were excited to chat with him about his latest project, Hive of Apiarists, which he’s launched in conjunction with his award-winning cocktail, Plight of the Bumblebee. This project started after Max recentl…
 
In this episode, we couldn’t help but bring on for a second time our good friend Shaun Layton. Shaun sat with us a little over a year ago to discuss the imminent launch of his new restaurant, Como Taperia. It thrilled us back then that he wanted to chat and talk about what he had in store for us as a city as we no doubt knew his venture would be fa…
 
In this episode, we brought on our good friend and overall great guy, Bar Manager Jeff Savage of Botanist. We’d like to say that Jeff’s definitely had himself a year as he was not only part of the winning team that took home the Bols Around the World Global Title but that he was also crowned the Diageo World Class Canadian Champion. To top both of …
 
In this episode we were very fortunate to bring on a guest who needs little introduction, Vancouver Magazine Food Editor, Neal McLennan. This was such a fun chat as Neal gave us the goods on his time at Van Mag, the state of food journalism, how they approach their awards selection criteria, the evolution of the restaurant critic, restaurant politi…
 
In this episode we chat with Gooseneck Hospitality co-owner and overall awesome dude James Iranzad. We got him to wax on his newest restaurant, a spin off of their wildly successful pizzeria Bufala. Set to open in late October in North Vancouver, James gives us the goods on what they're aiming to provide and why this has been such an exciting proce…
 
...And we’re back!!! After a nice summer hiatus, we’re back today with a great one. Meet bartender/consultant Max Borrowman. He’s set to dig in and open his new bar for Heather Hospitality, ‘Open Outcry’ and we’re delighted he stopped by to give us the goods. In this one we wax on cocktail culture, the process of getting a bar open, concepts and mu…
 
In this episode we did another group chat as we brought on two Vancouver industry legends, Ron Oliver of Mamie Taylor’s and Josh Pape of Gooseneck Hospitality. We wanted to wax everything hospitality as we discussed The Diamond 10 year anniversary and how the past decade has changed things for Josh, as he co-owns The Diamond with his partner Mark B…
 
In this episode we reflect on over a year and a half ( 30 episodes) of the Track and Food Podcast. It's been a super fun and therapeutic experience for both of us and we wax on show themes moving forward. As usual barbs are thrown, rambling occurs and things get opinionated. We Talk a bit of NBA and Mickey get's a chance to "do the dishes". We also…
 
In this episode, we spoke with Parkside Brewery co-owner Sam Payne. He gave us the goods on his start in hospitality, opening and starting the brewery, challenges he’s faced along the way and much much more. We also waxed on about the current state of the B.C. craft beer industry and there was plenty of hoops talk to get us started. Sam used to pla…
 
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