Posts Tagged ‘The Alkemist’

Podcast #324

February 3, 2018

Featuring Waterford, Caiti Baker, Kellarissa and more

78-Saab – ‘One Of These Days’ [AU]
Sidewinder – ‘Not Coming Home’ [AU]
East Row Rabble – ‘Aliens In My Brain’ [AU]
Waterford – ‘Charades’ [AU]
Pink Tea – ‘smoko’ [AU]
Caiti Baker – ‘Rough Old Town’ [AU]
Fletcher Gull – ‘Light Up’ [AU]
Kellarissa – ‘Ocean Electric’ [CA]
Chris-a-Riffic – ‘Fresh Bruise’ [CA]
Theresa Michelle Mohr – ‘Fox Tracks’ [CA]
The Alkemist – ‘The Moment’ [CA]

This week we debut new tracks from two Canberra bands – the single ‘Aliens in my Brain’ by funk/ska/blues/soul Canberra band East Row Rabble, featuring Ben Drysdale (we interviewed Ben way back in 2010 when he was visiting Vancouver!) and ‘Charades’ by long-running quality indie band Waterford. We also introduce listeners to Northern Territory-based r&b/soul artist Caiti Baker, Toronto-based Australian ex-pat Fletcher Gull and Theresa Michelle Mohr of northern BC.

Podcast #309

September 16, 2017

Featuring an interview with The Alkemist

The Church – ‘No Certainty Attached’ [AU]
The Church – ‘Seafaller’ [AU]
The Church – ‘Undersea’ [AU]
The Alkemist – ‘Lookin’ Back (but only for a second)’ [CA]
The Alkemist – Interview Pt 1
The Alkemist- ‘King Of The Faeries’ [CA]
The Alkemist – Interview Pt 2
The Alkemist – ‘Sinner’s Blues’ [CA]
Kim Gouchie – ‘Every Mountain’ [CA]
Samson’s Delilah – Rain’ [CA]
Frontal Lobotomy – ‘Just As Close To Nothing’ [CA]
Screemfeeder – ‘Triple Hook’ [AU]

Our special guest this week is Jay Myers aka The Alkemist.  I first saw Jay play live last summer and was highly impressed with his positive spirit and one-man-band eclecticism. This year I caught up with Jay at the 2017 Arts Wells festival and had a great chat on a sunny morning sitting by the creek near town. You can hear three tracks from the band new Alkemist record Lighthouse and hear Jay talk about his impressive home building project in Fort Fraser. BC where he resides and makes music. You can also hear the brand new single Undersea, from The Church from their highly anticipated new record Man Woman Life Death Infinity.