WR747: Nick Friesen

Episode 747 December 05, 2022 00:42:36
WR747: Nick Friesen
Witchpolice Radio
WR747: Nick Friesen

Dec 05 2022 | 00:42:36


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Sam Thompson

Show Notes

Winnipeg’s Nick Friesen is a busy guy these days.

Nick is the artist, animator and songwriter behind cartoon band Olivia Sea, which has expanded to a comic book series, an upcoming graphic novel, and a recent cassette release.

He also recently published a collection of short stories and — via his Jaded & Elated and Inservice Records projects — is putting together a tribute album to ‘90s indie rockers Transistor Sound & Lighting Co.

We talked about all of this and then some. Check it out!

Need more Nick? Hear him on episodes 96 (Oct. 2014) and 154 (Nov. 2015) as a member of Futurekids and on episode 378 (April 2019) as himself.

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