You've heard local metal guitarist Josh Bedry in numerous bands over the past two decades and change -- from Electro Quarterstaff to Witchtrip and beyond.
Josh is on this episode to talk about Godblender, his new solo electronic project!
We talked about the aggressive similarities between metal and synth-driven music, about having a creative outlet during the pandemic, and much more.
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The Guezen brothers of blues-rock weirdos The New Wild join us in the Blanket Fort to talk “biker” songs, performing as a duo, the timeless appeal of the blues and more. They recently released a debut EP, and they’re generating a lot of buzz in Winnipeg with their fuzzed-out, instrument-switching sound. ...
It's the long-awaited Jesse Matas episode! Jesse, whose music is on Witchpolice as a solo artist, as a member of The Pookies and as a member of his current group, The Crooked Brothers, was at the top of our must-have guests list when we started this show. We've all known him (and played music with him) since at least 1995, so this episode went extra-long. As a result, we had to split it into two parts. (You can also check out an interview with Jesse about his classic "Rollin' in the Juicebox") Here's part one, which includes a live performance by Jesse as one of his song choices inside the show proper (first time that's ever happened) as well as some very interesting discussion about that week's theme, "train." ...
It's an interview with Winnipeg comedian [Cory Falvo](http://www.instagram.com/corybantiasm/) about the upcoming Winnipeg Fringe Theatre Festival production, [Commando: The Radio Play](http://www.winnipegfringe.com/performer-detail.aspx?kw=Ditch+Water+Theatre). I don’t usually cover the Fringe Festival, because it’s kind of out of my wheelhouse, but this project has a classic Arnold Schwarzenegger flick turned into a radio play, AND Cory will be performing all the sound effects live with a pile of props. This episode is brought to you by [Howl at the Moon](http://howlatthemoonfest.com/), Manitoba’s newest and most exciting country music festival, July 25-27, and by our pals at [The Park Theatre](http://myparktheatre.com/). Don’t forget to support our friends at [Dub Ditch Picnic](http://dubditchpicnic.bandcamp.com/), who are trying to clear out as much stock as possible to [cover some medical costs](http://www.facebook.com/crizwell/posts/10156105481525636). ...and yes, I did get one of my kids to record the intro on this one. ...