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Now displaying: October, 2016
Oct 26, 2016

Walter Scott is a multidisciplinary artist and the creator of comics series Wendy. His next book, Wendy's Revenge, comes out in November.

 

Mike Carrozza is a comedian in Montreal. He writes for The Beaverton and the Nicessist and co-hosts That Was Us, "the ultimate podcast for self-congratulation."

 

Annie Spadafora is an artist and musician who plays in the Toronto band New Fries. Their new album, More, will be out November 25th.

 

Nicholas Godfrey is behind the man behind Amazon reviewer Mister Quickly. The Observer called his character "One of the Great Wits of Our Time."

 

Music featured on this show:

"Clumsy Skeleton Dance" by Peter Kalnyiuk

"Mary Poppins' Pockets" from New Fries' upcoming album More.

 

This show featured contributions from producer Claire Boyle.

 

This show was sponsored by FreshBooks.

Oct 19, 2016

We blur the line between reality and fiction with this homage to WireTap.

Jonathan Goldstein is the former host of CBC's WireTap. He now hosts the podcast Heavyweight on Gimlet Media.

Rap Master Maurice will revenge rap Jonathan Goldstein or any of your other enemies for $17. If you want a friendly rap, it'll cost you more.

Joshua Karpati didn't want us to tell you anything about him.

Howard Chackowicz is a cartoonist and musician in Montreal. Check out some of his comics. He wants you to know more about The Ren & Stimpy Show's creator John Kricsfalusi. Read an interview with John K. here.

Billy Mavreas makes comics and poetry. He runs a curiosity shop in Montreal called Monastiraki. Here's some of his visual art and his writing.

Additional music on this show came from WFMU's Free Music Archive:
Proton Beat by Gangi
Kosmiche Slop by Anenon

Oct 12, 2016

"That reconciliation word's going too slow and I've had enough," says throat singer Tanya Tagaq. "I don't want to see people hurting anymore."

 

Tanya opens up to Aliya about her evolution from young punk to lasagna-making mum, dealing with people desperate to collaborate and staying in touch with all the characters inside of her.

 

Her new album, Retribution, comes out October 21st.

Oct 5, 2016

We're off this week, but here's a preview of next week's show: a feature interview with throat singer Tanya Tagaq.

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