April 18th show rundown, plus our chat with Darrelle London!

Continuing in our quest to catch up with interviews and playlists, here’s what we spun on last week’s show:

The Apache Relay – Home Is Not Places
Hooded Fang – Wanning
Tokyo Police Club – Strictly Game
Destroyer – Chinatown
The Barr Brothers – Beggar in the Morning
Cold Specks – Winter Solstice
Darrelle London – First Date
Darrelle London – RV Song
Amos the Transparent – Says the Spark
Silkken Laumann – On The Mend
Grey Kingdom – When The Seasons Drown

And of course, we had the pleasure of chatting with Toronto native Darrelle London about her new album “Eat a Peach” – you can stream the interview (and the song “First Date”) below: (or right-click here to download)

Be sure to catch tomorrow’s show as we gush about tonight’s Bluesfest lineup announcements! (Handsome Furs! Grimes! Hey Rosetta! The Arkells! The Weeknd! And many more!)


“I find milk very suspicious.” Feb. 8th show rundown with Will Currie & the Country French

We met up with Will, Amanda and Stephen of Will Currie and the Country French this week to chat cupcakes, Kitchener-Waterloo and their current tour. Oh, and hot tubs and waffles. In fact, the second part of the show is probably one of the best interview segments we’ve ever had the chance to do. Check out both parts of the show below and if you’re in Ottawa tonight, be sure to head to their show at Zaphod’s — and wish Will a happy birthday!

Part 1 of the show:

Part 2 of the show:

What we spun on the show (some hand-picked by them):

Will Currie and the Country French – The Whale
Aidan Knight – Jasper
Bobby Bazini – I Wonder
Julie Fader – Goodbye Before Hello
Dan Griffin – Emily
Brett Dennen – Sydney (I’ll Come Running) [WEEKLY IMPORT]
Will Currie and the Country French – John Denver Haircut
The Barr Brothers – Beggar in the Morning

We’ll be uploading our show from a couple of weeks ago with Ottawa’s Fevers soon, too — and keep your eyes peeled to our show listings page, which will be updated this weekend!