WR774: The Thrashers

Episode 774 March 11, 2023 00:34:50
WR774: The Thrashers
Witchpolice Radio
WR774: The Thrashers

Mar 11 2023 | 00:34:50


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Sam Thompson

Show Notes

Rumours of The Thrashers' demise have been greatly exaggerated.

Winnipeg’s favourite skateboardin’, garage-rockin’, Transistor 66-in’ power trio is back, briefly, with one last record — their first since 2015.

Well, technically, it's two records in one: the brand new We Are Literally the Thrashers and This is a Pizza Party With the Thrashers EPs, combined into a single slab o' wax!

Here's a conversation about their last hurrah (April 15 at the Park Theatre), their decade and a half as a band, and much more…
Want more Thrashers? They were on the show waaaay back in February 2015 on episode #114.
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