In this episode I am joined by Cassidy Mann. We talk about Ziggy Stardust by David Bowie, and how it effected her when she moved to Toronto alone. We get into her own music and what influence this album had on it.
On episode 6 of Cadence, I talk to rapper/poet, Noah Cote.
We talk about Lil Wayne's Tha Carter 3 and how it has influenced his life and music. Be sure to watch out for Noah's album, "Make You Happy," coming out this month. You can go to his website to hear his music: https://noahcote.com
Brett Ticzon talks about how Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) got him into hip-hop, and how that's changed the way he hears production. We also discuss how and why hip-hop has surpassed rock in the mainstream, and why that's not a bad thing.
In episode 4, I am joined by Mac Vannan, who is a touring and session drummer out of Winnipeg. In this episode, we discuss Feels Like by Bully, and how this record has influenced Mac's music and his live performances.
On this episode, I talk to Kevin Donnelly of True North Sports and Entertainment. We talk about how Darkness on the Edge of Town by Bruce Springsteen has impacted Kevin in his life. We also get in to why Bruce hasn't been to Winnipeg, and why he's such a tough guy to book.