E78- L'Omelette

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On this episode of the podcast Cody is joined by Meg, Mathew, and Alex who all play in the Calgary progressive art rock band L’Omelette. The band mixes in the elements of jazz, folk, and funk to come up with the unique sound that they present to the world. This conversation touches on a wide variety of subject matter including: finding a style that works for everyone and developing your sound, blending different genres of music together to create something that is truly unique, the power music has to bring people together from all walks of life, marketing yourself in unique ways to stand out in a crowd and build a consistent brand, balancing a busy life with your creative projects, making connections and communicating within the industry, enjoying the process, the difference between in town shows and out of town shows, the importance of networking and having people skills, stepping outside your comfort zone, and much more. You can listen to the bands single Jetplane at the end of the episode. If you would like to purchase said single you can do so HERE

Be sure to follow L’Omelette on social media for up to date information on everything the band is doing:

Facebook // Twitter // Instagram // Bandcamp

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E69- E.L.F.

I sit down with 17 year old singer/ song writer Emilie Feldberg who makes music out of Calgary under the initials E.L.F. We talk about a wide variety of interesting subject matter including: the availability of live music for the younger generations, activism through music, gun violence in modern day society, the frustrations of not feeling like you have a voice, social issues, finding inspiration in all things, getting the push you need to start making music, the way people consume music in today’s society, singles vs. albums, the different ways in which people listen to music, mental health, the rewards you get from teaching music, the destigmatization of mental illness, and what the heck a mellotron is. You can listen to Emilie’s debut single Johnny Got His Gun at the end of the episode, E.L.F. wrote the song as a form of activism in response to the mass shootings she was watching on the news. It is available for download HERE

Be sure to follow Emilie on social media for up to date information on her musical endeavors:

Facebook // Twitter // Instagram // Spotify

If you would like to support the show please visit our Patreon Page. You will gain access to bonus content that you can only find there. Also please subscribe to our Youtube Channel for access to exclusive content as well

E53- Iron Tusk

On this episode I am joined by Carlin in the studio as well as Marty via face time, together they make up two thirds of the band Iron Tusk. We talk about a variety of topics including the revival of cassettes, the inspiration behind their song Sand Hills, recording entirely on analog, how a strong music community and supporting local helps everyone involved and much much more. We also talk about the bands highly anticipated upcoming single The Burning! I'm pleased to announce that the single will be released along with this podcast and you can listen to it at the end of the episode. The single will be available for purchase HERE

Be sure to follow the band on social media for up to date information:

Facebook  Instagram  Bandcamp  

If you would like to support the show please visit our Patreon Page. You will gain access to bonus content that you can only find there. Also please subscribe to our Youtube Channel for access to exclusive content as well