Because of Covid we’re still not having any guests in the studio, and this week’s there are no phone interviews either, so it’s another show packed full of new Canadian Content music.
There are new tracks from Kingston’s Willy Nilly, JC Townsend, station favourites The Soviet Influence, local Cambridge group Shy Harry, and from Storry, whom we hope to have on the phone for an interview in the next few weeks.
But if you’ll indulge me for a few minutes, we’ll end the show with a bit of comparative musicology. I’d heard about the Vocaloid musical voice synthesizer before, but finally found something worthy of radio airtime when I read Vocaloids: Our Friends Electric by Mariana Timony writing for Bandcamp Daily. In the last 10 minutes of the show you’ll hear Offend In Every Way played by Beam Morrison using a Vocaloid synthesizer, followed by the original by The White Stripes, and finishing off with a bit of, um, old-fashioned synth music. Not new, and not CanCon, but this week that’s what caught my ear.
|0m00s||Theme for CKMS Community Connections ccc||Steve Todd||CKMS Community Connections|
|0m40s||Never Let Me Fall Away||Shy Harry||Yestermind – Side A|
|10m25s||Inglaterra||Dead Horse Beats (Patrick Wade)||Inglaterra|
|16m09s||For No One||Storry|
|18m19s||Watch Out||The Soviet Influence||This Band is So God|
|23m34s||Save Me From Myself||JC Townsend||GhOStS|
|30m31s||Rising Sun||Shred Kelly||Like A Rising Sun|
|33m52s||Roman Candle Eyes|
|38m30s||Oil the Guns||Q052||Oil the Guns|
|42m38s||Down With The System||Sum-01||The Comeback Queen (Promo)|
|45m28s||Nickle One Nine (Clean)|
|49m02s||Offend In Every Way||Beam Morrison||Ball & Biscuit|
|52m07s||Offend In Every Way||The White Stripes||White Blood Cells|
|55m56s||Love Me Two Times (8bit)||Beam Morrison||Ball & Biscuit|