Posts tagged musician
Check out my conversation with Adilson Jacobs!
We talk about WWOOFING at Fifth Wind Farm, picking up guitar and developing songwriting and recording skills during his travels, and all the unreal experiences that have got him where he is.
I’m also proud to announce that we’ll be playing a recording of one of Adilson’s original songs for the very first time!
Don’t miss it, this guy has quite the story.
We talk about:
- His new album, Northbound
- His work with Adventure Canada
- Making Northumberland County home
- Reconsidering the way we, as settlers, approach truth and reconciliation
The Nothing Exists Radio Hour Ep. 57: 172 Simcoe St. (New live music venue and bar in Peterborough!)
We talk all about their new venue (and their opening this Saturday!), the local live music scenes, their band, Bonnavilles, their major beef with another local band (get your hot scoop here…;)), what community means and how punk rock contributes to building community, and lots more!
The Nothing Exists Radio Hour Ep. #27: Evan Rose (Gunt [hardcore band from Ajax], the value of learning music, and creating positive DIY music spaces)
We chat about:
– Gunt‘s recent mini tour
– How Evan found and fell in love with music
– Using music as an outlet and how that contributes to being well
– The benefits of learning music
– Our mutual deep love of Propagandhi
– How Evan acquired a jam space turned punk show venue in the basement of a roti restaurant
– The challenge of dealing with jerks at shows as a promoter- and how they avoid having to deal with that at the Roti
– Evan’s advice for the folks in Northumberland County trying to revitalize the DIY music scene here
– The update on Gunt (new singer and new recordings!)
– How people can support their local music scene
Check out my interview with the wonderful Tyson Galloway !
We’re gonna chat about balancing priorities (like being a professional musician AND a dad AND a husband AND a music teacher), making music as a means of being well, teaching music, and being a man who is invested in learning about feminism.
Born and raised in Cobourg, Tyson is a freelance musician, currently instructing at Long and McQuade. He is experienced in a variety of forms of music from jazz to country. On the side, he’s a husband and father, as well as a nature and history buff. Tyson can be seen, locally, with acts like Washboard Hank and Madman’s Window.
May 11 LIVE on Northumberland 89.7.
LISTEN HERE if you missed it live!
Join Lyss and guests, Jesse, Zoe, and Olivia of Deviants and the Odd Man Out to discuss things like:
Their new album, Sink or Swim
The process behind the album
Songwriting process, reoccuring themes lyrically
The progression of the band (how and why it started)
Upcoming shows (lots of local shows coming up!)
The local music scene
Making a living as a musician
Being a transgender musician
Parenting when you’re when a trans punk band
Deviants and the Odd Man Out are a three-piece, ear-influenced grunge band who writes original songs, plays locally often, and loves to have fun and get their message out.
Their brand new album, “Sink or Swim”, is officially being released June 2, but you can buy it starting NOW. Contact the band via social media to get a copy!
From Gareth Vieira’s interview with Zoey on Dispatches From a Small Town: “If we can even show 1, 2, 3 people it’s okay to be who you are and that you can do normal things, maybe we can have some influence on the next generation behind us. Honestly, at the end of the day, we just love playing music.”
“Oh Oh Oh” and “Don’t Wanna Know” by Deviants and the Odd Man Out
“One fan wanted to know which older Against Me! songs referenced Grace’s wish to transition before she did. She said, “‘Searching for a Former Clarity’ with the line, ‘Confessing childhood secrets of dressing up in women’s clothes. Compulsions I never knew the reasons to.’ Both ‘The Disco Before the Breakdown’ and ‘Tonight We’re Gonna Give It 35%’ are about gender dysphoria. ‘Pretty Girls,’ pretty much all of [Against Me!’s 2005 album] Searching for a Former Clarity is about it, I guess, except for the obvious anti-war songs. At the time, the band was facing intense scrutiny from the punk scene about the politics of what label we were or weren’t on. That album was me saying, ‘I don’t even care about these things. Do you really want to know how it feels on the inside right now and what I’m really thinking about?'” – Rolling Stone
“I’m a Transvest-lite” by NOFX
“We have a song on the album called I’m a Transvest-lite where I talk about crossdressing and how I secretly did it when I was a teenager. And now I’m open about it.
After this record, pretty much all my secrets are out there, so I’ve lost all pride and shame, which are two things no one really should have.” – Fat Mike via CBC