Rebel Time Radio – November 13, 2019

  1. Subhumans – Terrorist In Waiting
  2. The Adicts – Fucked Up World
  3. Brutal Youth – The King
  4. Unsanitary Napkin – Trumphole
  5. d.b.s. – Sunday
  6. I-Spy – Half the Population
  7. Born Against – Nine Years Later
  8. Propagandhi – Dear Coach’s Corner
  9. Faintest Idea – Circling the Drain
  10. Spanner – Chagossian Heartbreak
  11. Autonomads – Run Like A Girl
  12. The Specials – 10 Commandments
  13. Laager – Break These Chains
  14. Bad Egg – Welcome to Chudsville, Population: You
  15. Pisser – Breaking Chains
  16. Shitrat – Blackout
  17. Spectres – Northern Towns
  18. Oi Polloi – Metal Detector

Free Candy by The Wet Secrets

Last weekend on Mano A Mano – Concept Album I featured two of my favourite Canadian Bands! Both have great stories about how I found out about the bands and their albums. I also pulled a last minute audible with this selection. I was going to feature The Wet Secrets album “Rock Fantasies” by at the last minute their track “Maybe we’ll make a plan” played on my Audio Library and I had to listen to that album because it is just as fantastic! So check out their album here and then go buy all their music!

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CKMS Community Connections for 11 November 2019 with Frank Reid and Graham Hafey

Show Notes

Frank Reid

Frank Reid

Frank Reid is a Canadian veteran, who now volunteers at the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa. The interview with Frank Reid starts at 16m50s.

Find Frank Reid on Facebook: Frank Reid


White lapel poppy with the word 'Peace' at the centre
White Peace Poppy

White Poppies

The white poppy symbolizes peace. It is meant to remind us of the civilians that are killed in war — over 90% of the casualties in recent wars are civilians, not military troops. The white poppy shows us that we embrace a culture of peace, not the glorification of war. And the white poppy honours those people who practice that culture of peace by refusing to participate in military service.

In Canada Peace Poppies Vancouver have been distributing white lapel poppies. You can order from their website, White Poppies.

The book discussed is Disarming Conflict: Why Peace Cannot Be Won on the Battlefield by Ernie Regehr, not Tom Regehr. My apologies for the error.


Graham Hafey

Graham Hafey

Graham Hafey is a Canadian veteran who now runs V2V Black Hops Brewery in Victoria, British Columbia.

The interview with Graham Hafey starts at 39m33s.

Logo: Black Hops Brewing Company V2VFind V2V Black Hops Brewery online at https://v2vblackhopsbrewing.ca/

Twitter: @HopsV2v

Podcast Index

  • 00m25s: corTR/ST from the Destroyer II album
  • 03m55s: Shame — TR/ST
  • 11m52s: In Flanders Fields — John McCrea, read by Bob Jonkman
  • 13m05s: Favourite BoyHalf Moon Run
  • 16m50s: Interview with Frank Reid
  • 26m19s: Drop Me InParagon Cause
  • 29m42s: I Waited — Paragon Cause
  • 32m38s: White Poppy discussion
  • 38m13s: Fade AwayTamara Maddalen
  • 39m33s: Interview with Graham Hafey
  • 50m57s: Devil At The Back DoorBobcat Bartolo
  • 51m53s: ArmourBridal Party from the Too Much album
  • 58m10s: I’ve Known No WarJ.P. Mortier from the Nation Of Iron album

Podcast

Download: ckms-community-connections-2019-11-11.mp3 (81 MiBytes, 58m47s, episode 25)

CKMS Community Connections Hour One airs on CKMS-FM 102.7 on Monday from 11:00am to Noon, and Hour Two airs on Friday from 2:00pm to 3:00pm.

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Bonus Footage

YouTube: CKMS Community Connections for 11 November 2019

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Stubborn Persistent Illusions by Do Make Say Think

Last weekend on Mano A Mano – Concept Album I featured two of my favourite Canadian Bands! Both have great stories about how I found out about the bands and their albums….Check out Do Make Say Thinks most recent release “Stubborn Persistent Illusions” in Full here. Then you can go out like I did and try to collect their whole discography on vinyl!

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CKMS Community Connections for 8 November 2019 with Nicodemus of Amity Operations

Show Notes

Nicodemus (Nicholas McEachern)
Jenniefer Stronge and Jordan Dorans talk with Nicholas McEachern of Amity Operations. Nicholas is Nicodemus in Nicodemus And The Lost Rats, who appear on the Halloween Hotdog Hootenanny Compilation 2019

You can find Nicholas on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/jack.fate.10

Amity Operations is at https://www.facebook.com/AmityOperations

Podcast

Download: ckms-community-connections-2019-11-08.mp3 (80 MiBytes, 58m06s, episode 24)

CKMS Community Connections Hour One airs on CKMS-FM 102.7 on Monday from 11:00am to Noon, and Hour Two airs on Friday from 2:00pm to 3:00pm.

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Bonus Footage

With us in the CKMS studio is Nicholas McEachern playing the banjo and talking about Amity Operations.

Posted by CKMS 102.7 FM Radio Waterloo on Friday, November 8, 2019

Facebook: CKMS Community Connections for 8 November 2019

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Spiritual Machines & OK Computer – The Robot Apocalypse

Last weekend on Mano A Mano – Concept Album I was given the theme “Robot Apocalypse” by Mano Amigo Brenda. After just finishing a whole Robot Apocalypse series where I feature collaborating artists from Robot Apocalypse, I decided to not play this album again but instead find other albums that fit this theme.

The two that I found just so happened to be AMAZING concept albums in their own right not and could be featured even if I did not have the constraints of a “Robot Apocalypse” theme. First we hear my favourite Our Lady Peace album “Spiritual Machine”. I’m not sure if this album resonates with me because I was reading this book at the same time of the album release or if the music is just so good that it is obviously that it should be my favourite.

The second album was a request by DJ Mattador. He suggested that I play literally any album by Radiohead. His preference was “The Bends” however due to the theme restriction I went with OK computer. This is probably the most genre breaking of all their albums and where a definitive shift in their music can be heard.

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CKMS Community Connections for 4 November 2019 with J.P. Mortier

Show Notes

J.P. Mortier

J.P. Mortier

The interview with J.P. Mortier starts at 0h07m59s.

We talk about J.P.’s origins, travelling, touring, his new CD Nation Of Iron, his studio band, double albums, and the differences in performing live compared to studio recording.

Find J.P. Mortier online at
Website: https://jpmortier.com/
Twitter: @JPMortier
Facebook: J.P. Mortier – Home

Upcoming gigs:

What: J.P. Mortier at the Tranzac Club
When: Tuesday, 5 November 2019 at 7:30pm
Where: Southern Cross room, Tranzac Club
Location: 292 Brunswick Avenue, Toronto, Ontario Map

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I didn’t talk much about Paragon Cause (actually, not at all) because I hope to have them in the studio for a live, on-air, in-studio concert when they come to Waterloo on their next tour!

Music List

  • 0h00m25s: Someone ElseParagon Cause
  • 0h03m57s: Separate Lives — Paragon Cause
  • 0h07m38s: Who Decides (excerpt) — J.P. Mortier
  • 0h22m02s: World Of Steel — J.P. Mortier
  • 0h33m08s: Nation Of Iron — J.P. Mortier
  • 0h47m57s: Sons Of Steel — J.P. Mortier
  • 0h51m03s: Sons Of Steel (CD version) — J.P. Mortier
  • 0h59m01s: One Forty Seven — J.P. Mortier

Exclusive downloads for J.P. Mortier’s three acoustic tracks from Nation Of Iron, recorded live, on-air, in-studio at CKMS-FM 102.7 Radio Waterloo!

Podcast

Download: ckms-community-connections-2019-11-04.mp3 (82 MiBytes, 0h59m37s, episode 23)

CKMS Community Connections Hour One airs on CKMS-FM 102.7 on Monday from 11:00am to Noon, and Hour Two airs on Friday from 2:00pm to 3:00pm.

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Bonus Footage

YouTube: CKMS Community Connections for 04 November 2019

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Into the Void – November 1st 2019

Tonight is a different experience. It’s all about Halloween, Tonight features Scary Stories read by Me and Megan. If you are easily scared…good…I hope you are terrified!!!!

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Rebel TIme Radio – October 30, 2019

  1. Bauhaus – Bela Lugosi’s Dead
  2. 45 Grave – Evil
  3. X – Nausea
  4. Tones on Tail – Christian Says
  5. Specimen – Tell Tail
  6. Anasazi – Bone Collector
  7. Moral Hex – MK Ultra
  8. Nash the Slash – In A Glass Eye
  9. Rudimentary Peni – Nothing But A Nightmare
  10. The Cure – A Strange Day
  11. Skinny Puppy – Testure
  12. Nekromantix – What’s On Your Neighbour’s BBQ?
  13. The Cramps – Human Fly
  14. The Damned – Grimly Fiendish
  15. AFI – Halloween

Sold For a Smile & God Is an Astronaut

Last weekend on Mano A Mano – Concept Album We had a God and the Devil theme suggestion that we fulfilled with two amazing albums. We were also able to do something we have been hoping to do for a while and feature a bands amazing album and an amazing album that they like. The first Album that we feature was CDN band The Gandharvas and their 1998 MCA release “Sold For A Smile” followed by a band that Gandarvas lead singer is a fan of God is an Astronaut and their 2008 self titled release.

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I&II – Audio Boffins

We featured the Audio Boffins new album I&II on Mano A Mano while doing our NBA fantasy draft picks. Unfortunately there is talking over the music but it is mainly instrumental. We will eventually put together a proper Concept Album podcast to feature this amazing band but we figured we should add it to the mosaic.

** DJ Steel’s Fantasy Team defeated DJ JD’s team in the first week of the Fantasy action!

Into the Void – October 25th 2019

Tonight is the ninth show in a series that will focus on  specific instruments. This week will feature songs with Blistering guitar and keyboard duels!

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Rebel Time Radio – October 23, 2019

  1. Killing Joke – Another Bloody Election
  2. D.O.A. – Pipeline Fever
  3. Disaster Strikes – In The Age of Corporate Personhood
  4. Faintest Idea – Circling The Drain
  5. Spectres – Provincial Wake
  6. Spectres – Northern Towns
  7. Belgrado – Raz Dwa
  8. The Damned – Standing on the Edge of Tomorrow
  9. Anasazi – Bone Collector
  10. Kalashnikov Collective – Cani
  11. Maldita – Policia Ne Me Pegue
  12. Alien Boys – Night Danger
  13. Pisser – Breaking Chains
  14. Plasmatics – Masterplan
  15. Rats in the Wall – Warbound
  16. The Mob – Rise Up
  17. Propagandhi – With Friends Like These Who Needs COINTELPRO

Make A Pest A Pet – Age of Electric

Last weekend on Mano A Mano – Concept Album I featured the re-released Make A Pest A Pet album by The Age of Electric. This album was originally released in 1997 and re-released in 2017 with 4 additional amazing tracks. Check out the full album in the podcast below.

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Memory Lame – Giraffes?Giraffes!

Last weekend on Mano A Mano – Concept Album I featured the new Giraffes? Giraffes! Album Memory Lame! This is Math Rock at it’s best! Check out the full album on the podcast below!

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Everything you need to know about budgeting, managing debts, setting our kids towards a positive relationship with money, Holiday shopping and spending and much more with Financial Planner and Advisor Martha Adams from Tier One Investments 
Talking about sex education in schools; how early is too early to have those conversations with children around choices and respecting our bodies; consent; abuse online; online material and so much more with Sexual Health Educator, Stacey Jacobs from SHORE Centre

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Into the Void – October 18th 2019

Tonight is the eighth show in a series that will focus on  specific instruments. This week will feature songs with Beautiful Piano!!!

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Veruca Salt – Eight Arms to Hold You & Ghost Notes

Last weekend on Mano A Mano – Concept Album we feature two amazing Veruca Salt Albums; Eight Arms to hold you and Ghost Notes. Veruca Salt was recommended by Mano Amigo Lisa!

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Musicians’ FAQ

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So Old It’s New set list for Monday, Oct. 14, 2019

  1. Led Zeppelin, Dancing Days
  2. Jethro Tull, Reasons For Waiting
  3. Bad Company, Evil Wind
  4. The Rolling Stones, Down In The Hole
  5. The Beatles, Fixing A Hole
  6. Deep Purple, Sun Goes Down
  7. Ian Hunter, We Gotta Get Out Of Here
  8. Black Sabbath, Warning
  9. The Who, Behind Blue Eyes
  10. Yes, Machine Messiah
  11. Tommy Bolin, Post Toastee
  12. David Bowie, Drive In Saturday
  13. AC/DC, If You Dare
  14. Blue Oyster Cult, Black Blade
  15. Thin Lizzy, The Rocker
  16. Traffic, Evening Blue
  17. U2, Bullet The Blue Sky
  18. UFO, Out In The Street
  19. Joe Cocker, Midnight Rider
  20. J. Geils Band, Till The Walls Come Tumblin’ Down
  21. Pink Floyd, Dogs

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