WR629: Brendon Ehinger

Episode 629 October 11, 2021 00:46:30
WR629: Brendon Ehinger
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Show Notes

Brendon Ehinger (formerly of Bucko, the Vagiants, et al) is on the show to talk about his current obsession with modular synthesizers and his work running the Prairie Wires Modular festival, which just wrapped up in his current home base of Brandon, Manitoba!

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