Witchpolice Radio

--- Witchpolice Radio ---

Acclaimed Manitoba-centric music interview podcast. Hosted by Winnipeg journalist and massive record nerd Sam Thompson. Music talk radio, broadcasting from 2012 'til forever. DIY or die.

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Latest Episodes…

  1. Bonus episode: Robert Crooks and Cam Scott

    Bonus election episode, in which local musicians-turned-political candidates Robert Crooks and Cam Scott talk about their experiences campaigning and an upcoming event that will include a live, improvised soundtrack.Whatever party/candidate you support, get out there and vote! This interview is not intended to influence your choice ...


  2. WR622: J. Williamez

    On this episode, Winnipeg musician/comedian J. Williamez talks about straddling both worlds (and why he’s more comfortable playing shows with bands than comics), hecklers, ridiculously ambitious projects, his “muse” — Brian Pallister — and so much more. This episode brought to you by our pals at Devine Shirt Company. ...


  3. WR621: Candice Tugby

    Winnipeg trumpet/piano/guitar player-vocalist-composer-multi hyphenate Candice Tugby is on the show, and she's premiering some brand new tunes!We talked about her transition from classical piano to learning how to improvise on trumpet from some of the city’s finest jazz players, about her gig as a music consultant on ...


  4. WR620: Greg Soden of Unscripted Moments

    Here's a “Winnipeg-adjacent” episode with Greg Soden, one of the hosts of U.S.-based Unscripted Moments: A Podcast About Propagandhi, a thoroughly-researched song-by-song deep dive into Winnipeg’s own Propagandhi!We got a bit nerdy about the podcast biz, talked about the impact the band has had on Greg and his ...


  5. WR619: Greg MacPherson

    Live and direct from the sweaty confines of my pantry, it's a staple of Winnipeg’s music scene for decades, Greg MacPherson!We talked about his roots performing solo at hardcore shows, went deep on Winnipeg’s dark/light duality and how that’s reflected in the city’s art, getting loud with ...