Dec 20, 2022
Provincial Parcs Radio Special with GGRMS
Rob Nicholls, AKA Provincial Parcs, was broadcast last week on one of our favourite local shows - The Go Go Radio Magic Show!
During the hour-long segment they dive into Nicholls’ history growing up in a small town on Vancouver Island, his move to the main land and then eventually relocating to Toronto.
Music played a major role in Nicholl’s personal development and that has influenced his work as a painter. It's a great interview with some fantastic musical interjections so check out their website now.
Also, now is a great time to congratulate the GGRMS team on their new label, Little Village Records.
Fri 26 February 2021
Kali Horse Wavelength Winter Festival Live Stream
Your favourite androgynous duo, Kali Horse, is performing as part of Wavelength Winter Festival this Friday at 8pm EST.
The show will represent their first performance of the year! The multi-camera extravaganza was filmed live from the Safe Sounds bank vault with sound and editing by our very own Bill Cutbill.
If you want to learn more about Kali Horse, formerly known as Kaleidoscope Horse, Wavelength have published a great interview with the group —
“Our first album, Slow Slow is all about being in a dream state, and this next album is, you’re very much awake and very conscious of the choices you make and the guilt you carry,” Maloney says. “‘Anima’ is the wake-up call to go into that.”
Oh and if you can't wait, why not take a look back at our last session with Kaleidoscope Horse from the Safe Sounds lounge here.
Nov 12, 2020
CJLO's Go-Go Radio Magic Show AMAZONAS Special!
We're delighted that a 1-hour Bill Cutbill AMAZONAS special will be airing on CJLO's The Go-Go Radio Magic Show! Tune in on Friday 13th November at 6pm to catch tales from the jungle, a discussion on the accompanying Bill's Amazonas Sound Library and more.
Also a big thank you to Ian for being such a wonderful host, and CJLO in general for promoting music, art and creativity in equal measures. Make sure you tune in either via 1690AM radio or via the station website!
Finally, remember that AMAZONAS is free to download via desktop for a limited time (with a suggested donation to the Rainforest Trust).