New Year’s Week – Unique accommodations are built each year out of ice and snow.
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Can robots hitchhike just like humans can? We ask the creators of HitchBOT.
The Brampton, Ontario-based Punjabi singer who is fusing classical style with a Canadian twist.
Playing the music of and speaking to the Canadian Punjabi sensation Preet Mani.
BTR catches up with Axis Of to chat about recording in Northern Ireland and the banger “Lifehammer”.
BTR catches up with Mish Way of Canadian trio White Lung to chat about how she went from figure skater to punk rocker.
What’s good ya’ll? World Hiphop…u DON’T Stop!!!
The Calgary, AB-based indie band who changes more often than a chameleon.
The Halifax-based frontman who is unafraid to bring kooky into his world.
Prints + patterns? Ruffled socks + Keds? Braids + blow dry bars? Some fashion mashups are meant to be. On this week’s show, Sarah Harris, Associate Editor of Toronto-based fashion and lifestyle web publication The Luxe Life, talks about her path from intern to editor, some of the most challenging aspects of web publication, the importance of fashion risks and unexpected combinations, and a few of her favorite summertime beauty trends. Plus, I’ve got a playlist full of great new releases, including tracks off the debut albums from Brit bands The Proper Ornament and Woman’s Hour, the latest from Asheville’s Reigning Sound and San Fran’s Skygreen Leopards, and more from the new My Brightest Diamond EP! So join us for the best fashion mashup around: it’s Sew & Tell on BTR!
Thus Owls is a transatlantic band centered around husband and wife duo Erika and Simon Angell. Originally an outlet for Erika’s songs in her home country of Sweden, meeting and falling in love with Simon’s music on tour ultimately led to the pair being married and living together in Montreal. Musically, their style is an experimental collage of genres, from rock to folk and pop, building lush, epic melodies with a nostalgic, almost psychedelic feel. Erika’s connection to her grandmother — largely tied to growing up in the same house she once lived in — inspired the stories, artwork, and songs on the band’s latest record.
The Dundas, Ontario-based punk-ish band with advice on how to safely cross the Canadian border.
Playing the music of and speaking to Ontario body-horror punks The Dirty Nil.
It’s Identity Week on BTR! On today’s show, Molly Freeman talks about female representation in media, plus a word from the creator of “Typecast”, a viral video parody of Lorde’s “Royals”.
BTR chats with Canadian trance trio Doomsquad about transcending barriers and Astral Projection.
BTR tunes into the noise-rock mind behind music’s favorite plant.