WR053: Cannon Bros / Haunter

Episode 053 December 05, 2013 01:13:39
WR053: Cannon Bros / Haunter
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WR053: Cannon Bros / Haunter
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Rob’s back this week! Co-host Rob Crooks makes his triumphant return after three months away from the show. This episode, he solo-hosts with guests from a couple of buzzy Winnipeg indie bands. Cole Woods of Cannon Bros and Marie-France Hollier of Haunter (both are also in a ton of other projects) join him to talk about the awesome “deformity” theme.

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