WR771: From the Attic

Episode 771 March 01, 2023 00:18:28
WR771: From the Attic
Witchpolice Radio
WR771: From the Attic

Mar 01 2023 | 00:18:28


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Sam Thompson

Show Notes

From the Attic’ is a new video series based out of Argyle Studio, featuring some of Winnipeg’s latest and greatest artists!

Here's a quick conversation with the trio behind the project (Cam Loeppky, Mike Requeima and Tom Elvers) about the series’ origins, upcoming episodes, filming b-roll of Winnipeg streets in the dead of winter, and more.

The series already has a couple of episodes out, including performances by the Greg Macpherson Band  and Fold Paper.
I also did a second interview with Cam and Mike about From the Attic for my day job, which you can read here: https://globalnews.ca/news/9509867/web-concert-series-winnipeg-music-scene-diversity-energy/
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