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Best Witchpolice podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Witchpolice podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Music talk radio. Interviews and live shows with local independent artists since 2012. Selected as Winnipeg's "favourite local radio show or podcast" by readers of The Uniter for the third consecutive year. Nominated for a 2019 Canadian Podcast Award.Archival episodes are broadcast on 101.5 FM (and http://www.umfm.com) in Winnipeg on Sundays at midnight.Most of the songs in the podcast's current format are provided (or performed live) by the guests themselves and used with permission.
 
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Guest Book Of Ghosts Metal with a fusion of other genres Book Of Ghosts - Home | Facebook This episode features an interview with Matt Pitre from super heavy new(ish, but a long time in-progress) alternative/experimental metal project Book Of Ghosts! It’s a fun chat about the band’s debut record, playing brutally heavy music that is also accessible…
 
Guest scatterpattern scatterpattern (@scatterpattern) | Twitter Manitoba artist Scatterpattern makes electronic music with souped-up old Game Boys. He’s also likely the only local artist with his own action figure! We chat on the podcast about how video games-as-instruments works, his cardboard box-headed stage gear, digital hardcore, chiptune, his…
 
Guest Greg Rekus I play guitar and sing and dance around on a 4 x 4 x 1 stage with tambourines mounted to it. gregrekus (@gregrekus) on Twitter Greg Rekus It’s an interview with the hardest-working man in the Winnipeg music scene! Greg Rekus is on the verge of releasing a new record with his band the Inside Job (Death & Taxes) and will be heading o…
 
Guest KAIRO Knowledge Attained In Righteous Ciphers TheSkyBlueBallyKid (@CyanideCheeba) | Twitter Local rapper KAIRO (Knowledge Attained In Righteous Ciphers) is on the show talking about hip-hop, DIY, the challenges behind making music with a conscious message, reggae, talking about big issues with a local focus, and much more. This episode is bro…
 
Guest Psyan Project Psychedelic reggae Psyan Project - Home | Facebook The new year on Witchpolice Radio kicks off with the psychedelic sounds of Filipino-Canadian reggae outfit Psyan Project! It’s a fun conversation about reggae, experimental music, cultural influences, vibes (lots of vibes), aliens… and much more, including a live performance by …
 
Guest Kelly Fraser Inuk singer/songwriter from Sanikiluaq, Nunavut Kelly Fraser - Home | Facebook You may have heard the news that Nunavut-raised, Manitoba-based pop singer Kelly Fraser has passed away. It’s heartbreaking to hear. She was so young, so talented, and her dedication to sharing/preserving her traditional culture and language was (and s…
 
Guest KEN mode https://www.ken-mode.com/Northern bellicosity done politely. KEN mode - Home | Facebook When I transferred the huge Witchpolice archive over to the current hosting site, about 50 episodes from 2013-14 got missed. Although they’ve always been available, buried on the old Witchpolice site, they’ve never been formally discoverable on po…
 
Guest ATLAAS musician, weirdo, she/her ATLAAS | ATLAAS ATLAAS (@atlaasmusic) | Twitter This episode is my interview with frontwoman Heather Thomas of Winnipeg’s ATLAAS, all about R&B, synth-pop, music as catharsis, emerging from a bedroom cocoon and releasing songs into the world, and much more! As you may have noticed, this episode is a day late (…
 
Guest Plymouth Breeze (@plymouth.breeze) on Instagram A punk suite. Plymouth Breeze (@plymouth.breeze) on Instagram It’s an interview with Winnipeg musician Brendan McLean, whose new Plymouth Breeze project – described as a “punk suite” – is a really cool, experimental record (with cello!) and well worth some time in your earholes. We talk about th…
 
Guest Brandon Post Singer-songwriter, guitarist, songwriter Brandon Post It’s a conversation with local (by way of Colorado) singer-songwriter Brandon Post about Americana, being a relative newcomer to the Winnipeg scene, his new EP (on vinyl), Good Intentions in the Big Smoke, and much more! This episode is jumping the queue to be out in time for …
 
Guest Ryan McMahon Comedian. Writer. Podcaster. That guy that made Thunder Bay. Ryan McMahon (@RMComedy) | Twitter Ryan McMahon Comedy This episode is a fascinating conversation with podcaster, comedian and (although he doesn’t consider himself one) investigative journalist Ryan McMahon. His podcast Thunder Bay (produced with Canadaland) is one of …
 
Guest Jordan Voth Producer/engineer. Making records for bands for almost ten years. Punk rock a speciality. JORDAN VOTH Jordan (@nadrojhtov) on Twitter In-demand Winnipeg producer Jordan Voth has a busy schedule working with local artists and putting his unique sonic stamp on their (mainly) punk, hardcore, emo and metal records. He’s back on the sh…
 
Guest Steve Nelson Punk rock and beer. StevO Nelson (of bands like Clipwing and In2Months) is a well-known name in Winnipeg’s punk scene, dating back to the ‘90s, but he’s splitting his time these days between punk rock and becoming the city’s newest beer baron. StevO has become as into the craft beer scene as he is about punk music, and he’s curre…
 
Guest Ed Riley Ed Riley | Free Listening on SoundCloud ED RILEY (@theonlinepreist) | Twitter Ed Riley is a relatively new-on-the-scene singer/rapper/producer, affiliated with local hip-hop label 4th Quarter Records. We talk about authenticity, the importance of staying human, his video releases and upcoming projects, and much more. This episode bro…
 
Guest Cell Cosmic black metal. Cell - Home | Facebook It’s a deep-dive into the world of cosmic, reality-bending black metal trio Cell on this episode. The band’s mastermind Hyperion talks about the mythology of the band’s punishing new record, Ancient Incantations of Xarbos and much more! If you like comic books, extreme metal, or really creative,…
 
Guest Dill The Giant 1/3 of 3Peat ₣LUCTUΛTIN CLIMΛTΣ DOLLA DEALS ONLY (@DillTheGiant) on Twitter The guest on this episode of the podcast, Dill the Giant, is best-known as one-third of local rap heroes 3Peat. Although Dill just released his debut solo record, he’s still never really a solo artist. 3Peat and the wider 4th Quarter Records family are …
 
Guest The Moonlit Road Country Alternative act, with songs about the good times and the bad, and every road you’ll travel in between. 🇨🇦 The Moonlit Road (@moonlitroadband) | Twitter Live and direct from the mean streets of Pilot Mound, it’s an interview with Jordan from Manitoba country rockers The Moonlit Road. We talk about their acclaimed debut…
 
Guest Clash Contrast Indie Electronic Music since 2007 (CA) Clash Contrast (@clashcontrast) | Twitter Clash Contrast | Listen and Stream Free Music, Albums, New Releases, Photos, Videos Local electronic artist Clash Contrast has been on the scene since 2007, and her pursuit of electronica has taken her across the country and into some unexpected lo…
 
Guest Ryan Nash Member of Union Stockyards, Agapito, Agassiz, FF1. Ryan Nash has been a frequent guest on the podcast, talking about his bands Union Stockyards and Agapito, as well as an appearance as a member of anti-fascist group FF1. On this episode, we talk primarily about his newest project, instrumental rock trio Agassiz, who recently release…
 
Guest Precursor Productions Precursor is an industry leading recording studio and online mixing & mastering facility in Winnipeg, MB. Feel free to reach out with any questions. PrecursorProductions (@PrecursorStudio) | Twitter Precursor Productions Recording Studio At this year’s Manitoba Podcast Festival, I moderated a panel with Precursor Product…
 
Guest Andre Cornejo Tape Worm Winnipeg Music | TAPE_WORM DiarrheaHyena (@shitriffs) • Instagram photos and videos A.C. (@tape_worm.wpg) • Instagram photos and videos Andre Cornejo is well-known in the local music scene from his history of playing with super-heavy local bands, but he’s currently working on a (still heavy) solo electronic project cal…
 
Guest Death Cassette Punk band from Winnipeg Manitoba. Est. 2018. Death Cassette (@death_cassette) • Instagram photos and videos It’s a new episode recorded in a basement jam space with mighty grunge-punks Death Cassette, who are busy working on their debut full-length. We talk about their raw, unpolished sound, their ability to fit in with a numbe…
 
Guest Ed Wayne Canadian Country Music Artist. Ed Wayne (@EdWayneMusic) | Twitter Country Music | Ed Wayne Continuing in the tradition of rural country artists being great interviewees is Ed Wayne, who hung out with me in a Tim Hortons to talk about his upcoming acoustic tour, being a traditional, pure country artist, and much more! We also have a s…
 
Guest Roger's Arsenal Indie singer songwriter from Winnipeg. Roger's Arsenal (@RogersArsenal) on Twitter Welcome You might know singer-songwriter Roger’s Arsenal for his roles in a number of Winnipeg bands over the years, or for his heart-wrenching solo material, but he’s spent the last little while working on something new – his first book. “B…
 
Guest Quinton Blair Rural roots country singer/songwriter, hobby agriculturalist, horseman. Quinton Blair (@QuintonBlair) on Twitter Quinton Blair As many of you know, I like to host back yard shows with some of my favourite local artists, usually in the summer. This episode you’re about to hear was intended to take place outside, but then Manitoba…
 
Guest Vagina Witchcraft Vagina Witchcraft. Vagina Witchcraft - Home | Facebook Some bands have good names. Some bands have great names. Other bands have amazing names, like Vagina Witchcraft! This episode is an interview with two members of the local hardcore/doom/sludge/etc. outfit, in which we discuss representation in the local scene, their big …
 
Guest The Brotherhood & Co. The Brotherhood & Co. is a melodic punk band formed in 2016 in Winnipeg The Brotherhood & Co. - Home | Facebook It’s a conversation with young pop-punkers The Brotherhood & Co. (two of ‘em, anyway) about their project’s roots, which go back almost 10 years, getting into the local music scene as adults, the business o…
 
Guest The Gerry Hatricks Eclectic high energy folk rock music with a progressive and punk aesthetic. The Gerry Hatricks - Home | Facebook Progressive folk-rock-punk foursome The Gerry Hatricks are on the verge of releasing their excellent self-titled debut EP, so we sat down in a dog-filled living room to talk all about it. The group, which is an e…
 
Guest Manitoba Podcast Festival Sept. 29, 2019 at the Park Theatre: Live panel discussions, workshops and more! A must-attend whether you’re an established podcaster or new to the game! Manitoba Podcast Festival (@mbpodfest) | Twitter On Sept. 29, we held our second annual Manitoba Podcast Festival at the Park Theatre. This year’s event was a big s…
 
Guest Mike Koop Music is Worthless Michael Koop - YouTube It’s a wide-ranging interview with a quiet icon of Winnipeg’s music scene, Mike Koop (The Bonaduces, The Leftists, The Kicker, Cheerleader, Buick 6, etc.) We talk about his (great) country gospel album, his bands’ place in Winnipeg’s musical continuity, the everlasting appeal of the CD forma…
 
Guest Lizzy Hoyt Touring Celtic-folk singer, songwriter, fiddler, DADGAD guitar player, harpist. Lizzy Hoyt Lizzy Hoyt (@LizzyHoytMusic) | Twitter Acclaimed Celtic-folk singer-songwriter/fiddler/harpist/etc. Lizzy Hoyt has a big show coming up at the WECC Oct. 9 with her trio. We met up at a coffee shop for a conversation about her experience as a …
 
Guest Alex Seville Grandpa’s Army veteran. Alexander Seville Alex Seville (@alex_seville) | Twitter In the late ‘90s, I played in a ska band called Grandpa’s Army, and my old friend Alex Seville was the keyboard player. Alex has been living in San Francisco for the past few years, where he’s not playing music, but is – in a turn surprising to anyon…
 
Guest Casati Folk trio from Winnipeg bringing intimate and honest stories to life with 3 part harmonies, ukulele, guitar, up-right bass, hurdy-gurdy + autoharp Casati Band (@CasatiBand) | Twitter CASATI Folk/jazz/spaghetti western(?) trio Casati are set to release their new LP, ‘This is Just to Say’, at a show Sept. 25! We hung out and talked about…
 
Guest The New Customs Deeply rooted in the tradition of capturing a story in a song The New Customs (@TheNewCustoms) | Twitter The New Customs Capital-F folk duo The New Customs are set to release their new LP, Selling Religion on Government Street in early October, so we hung out at a Tim Hortons near the airport for a podcast. Dale and Emma have …
 
Guest Del Barber twitter twang Del Barber (@delbarberino) | Twitter "Easy Keeper" - Del Barber's New Album! by Del Barber —Kickstarter Prairie singer-songwriter Del Barber is about to release a fantastic new album, Easy Keeper, which is the culmination of a rollercoaster few years that saw him forced to kickstart his career from scratch after…
 
Guest Parts Project PARTS is a new music project from Allan Hanley. Parts Project - Home | Facebook Winnipeg expat Allan Hanley, perhaps best known locally in his DJ guise as Turtilian, is back with Parts Project, a new creative outlet that puts him in the driver’s seat playing live electronic music. Parts Project is in town Saturday, Sept. 14 for …
 
Guest Screaming at Traffic Punk rock sweatiness. Screaming at Traffic (@S_A_T_music) on Twitter Screaming at Traffic - Home | Facebook One-half of hard-touring emo punks Screaming at Traffic are back on the podcast for the first time in a couple of years. We talked about their new, Jordan Voth-produced LP, ‘I Don’t Like Sports’, some unusual merch,…
 
Guest Adrien Sala NDP candidate for St. James. Singer-songwriter. adriensala.ca Adrien Louis Sala (@adriensala1) | Twitter It’s a conversation about music and politics with singer-songwriter turned electoral candidate Adrien Sala, NDP Candidate for St. James, who is running for the MLA gig in my neck of the woods. We talk about his transition from …
 
Guest Endless Chaos Canadian Death Thrash Metal Endless Chaos (@EndlessChaosWPG) | Twitter www.facebook.com This episode is an interview with Mike and Trevor from Winnipeg death/thrash metal outfit Endless Chaos. It’s a fun conversation about making metal catchy, sticking with it through multiple lineup changes, and much more! This episode is broug…
 
Guest Aaron Bacon/Bacon's Bass Place Business Owner @ Bacon’s Place of Bass.Bassist @ Dizzy Mystics & APHELION. Aaron Bacon/Bacon's Bass Place (@AaronBacon20) | Twitter Aaron Bacon - Bacon's Bass Place | Patreon Bassist, music teacher, and YouTuber Aaron Bacon isn’t new to the podcast – he’s been on Witchpolice Radio before as a member of b…
 
Guest YER MUM WE’RE YER MUM AND WE’RE FROM WINNIPEG AND WE LIKE MAKING A RACKET. YER MUM - Home | Facebook Local punks Yer Mum reminded me of just how much fun punk rock can be, and how much I miss playing in a band with this amount of energy and ridiculousness. It’s a really fun conversation about skateboarding, drinking, touring, dogs and more, r…
 
Guest Luciano Roots Reggae legend. Welcome | Luciano Messenjah Luciano Messenjah (@jahmessenjah) on Twitter I spent some time with an absolute legend for this episode. Iconic reggae artist Luciano was in town, live and direct from Jamaica, for a performance Aug. 23 at the Centre Culturel Franco-Manitobain. Although I had interviewed Luciano four or…
 
Guest The Famous Sandhogs Mysterious, anonymous Winnipeg artist. Lord of the Rocky Mountain Locust (@famoussandhogs) | Twitter The Famous Sandhogs Ever since I discovered the weird world of the Famous Sandhogs a few years back, I’ve been curious about its anonymous creator’s identity and motives behind the project. We come a little closer on this e…
 
Guest FreakingSnap FreakingSnap is the solo musical project of Winnipeg artist Chris Friesen. Music | FreakingSnap FreakingSnap (@FreakingSnap) on Twitter FreakingSnap is an extremely prolific local electronic/experimental artist. He’s released over 400 albums (and counting), and as we discuss on this episode, it’s all building to an eventual goal.…
 
Guest Rob Knaggs Whale Whisperer, Light Music, Looking North. Rob Knaggs (@heyrobknaggs) | Twitter Rob Knaggs As many of you know, I like to host intimate little house shows in my back yard each summer. This episode of the podcast is the recording of one of the sets from our most recent back yard gig. This is a set by the show’s headliner, Australi…
 
Guest Julia Ryckman Lawyer, Musician, Gardener Julia Ryckman (@JuliaRyckman) | Twitter When I transferred the huge Witchpolice archive over to the current hosting site, about 50 episodes from 2013-2014 got missed. Although they’ve always been available, buried on the old Witchpolice site, they’ve never been formally discoverable on podcast platform…
 
Guest Sarau Carioca Sarau Carioca is a Samba & Bossa Nova duo composed of guitarist Marcos Martins and singer Luana Cunha. Sarau Carioca - Home | Facebook As many of you know, I like to host intimate little house shows in my back yard each summer. This episode of the podcast is the recording of one of the sets from our most recent back yard gig. Th…
 
Guest One of Us Melodic hardcore punk rock band. One of Us - Home | Facebook One of Us is relatively new to the Winnipeg music scene as a band, but the band members are longtime veterans of the local punk rock community, having played in punk bands for decades. We talk about their sound, the undying appeal of melodic hardcore, their upcoming gigs –…
 
Guest Two Crows For Comfort Folk-roots duo spinning stories into songs and songs into stories. Two Crows For Comfort - Home | Facebook TWO CROWS FOR COMFORT As many of you know, I like to host intimate little house shows in my back yard each summer. This episode of the podcast is the recording of one of the sets from our most recent back yard gig. …
 
Guest Heartsleeve Folk tunes with a twist. Heartsleeve - Home | Facebook Heartsleeve - Home | Facebook The fellas in Heartsleeve may be relatively new to the local scene, but they have their banjos n’ mandos n’ more sound well honed. I hung out with them in a terrifying (yet lovely) porch in the middle of nowhere for a conversation about their folk…
 
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