Ep 5: Witch Prophet

Premiere DateAug 26, 2020
00:00 Intro/Sponsor
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01:12 “MAKDA” Witch Prophet
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03:19 START /// Interview w/ Witch Prophet / musical background
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04:16 First song ever
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06:02 About the album ‘DNA Activation’
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08:12 About the track titles
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10:07 Spiritual and Afro futuristic aspect of the album
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12:24 About the album title
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13:09 Producing the album
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15:23 Effects of the pandemic
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18:05 Playing live vs. in studio
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19:08 How this album is different from previous work
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20:30 Approach to creating music
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22:12 Connection between music and identity
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25:23 Recommended trans/queer/non binary artists
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27:25 Being Black and queer in the music industry
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30:28 Toronto’s queer scene
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34:29 Artist comparisons heard the most / influences people may be surprised by
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37:14 Genre differences
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38:50 Future plans /// END
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43:32 Mic break
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43:58 “MUSA” (remix) Witch Prophet feat. Stas THEE Boss
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47:03 Outro/Sponsor
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48:03 Produced by Stereoactive Media
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48:25 Finish
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This week, Nikkie interviews Leilani of Witch Prophet about their album, ‘DNA Activation,’ as well as their experience in the music industry as a Black and queer artist based in Toronto.

This podcast is produced by Stereoactive Media.

Nikkiesha Nicole McLeod is a queer, non-binary Trinidadian singer-songwriter, percussionist and writer. They began playing the steel pan at the age of twelve when they convinced their parents to let them join the…

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