WR650: Ultra Mega

Episode 650 December 27, 2021 00:48:34
WR650: Ultra Mega
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Show Notes

My old pal JD Ormond of Ultra Mega -- one of the first guests Witchpolice ever had -- is back on this episode talking about his new band's new 'Panis Angelicus' EP, long walks, the etherealness of Wolseley, and much more!

This episode brought to you by our pals at Devine Shirt Company and by Gruf and Yy's new 'Mental Health Day' album on Saskatoon Folk Rap Records.

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