Displaying episodes 31 - 60 of 92 in total
Their story is the stuff of legends. 15 years in, they're far from over.
Nadjiwan's released over 10 albums in their nearly 3 decade career. This is their first collection of covers. Bring on the Tool.
A discussion around the bands 4th and latest album, Zhawenim. (Loving Unconditionally)
After considerable success with a couple of bands, Mike's found a new voice from a place of old inspiration.
Cody and Caleb Blackbird join me to get caught up on their surreal adventures.
Think Traditional Round Dance meets Beach Boy harmonies and you've got the smooth stylings of Nakoa HeavyRunner.
Not only does Julia Keefe have everything it takes to be a huge star, it's happening as we speak.
I don't even know where to start. Don't miss this chat with the one and only Micki Free
Recorded first album at a legendary studio ✅ Huge moves in 2022 ✅ Rockstar in the making ✅
Neon Nativez is back with a great new album, Rezilience (2022) and big plans for 2022.
In a day and age where words are often weaponized, an album of instrumentals provides a breath of fresh air.
Ansley's back with a beautifully haunting score to the documentary, Spirit to Soar.
An insightful conversation with one of the most legendary Indigenous rockers.
Just like the new year does, Khu.éex's latest album, Wooch, officially marks the end of a chapter and the beginning of a new one.
Out with the old, in with the new. Join me for a 2021 retrospective.