In this episode, we spent the afternoon with Luke Doucet of Whitehorse and found out about his passion for long distance running
Broken Social Scene co-founder and solo artist gives us insight into his love of soccer.
Inuk throat singer from Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, gives us insight into her passion for food.
The Dears founder and lead singer and solo artist shares with us his love of vintage cameras and analogue photography.
Girls Rock Camp – Toronto
We spoke to the organizers of Girls Rock Camp – Toronto, as well as, some of the talented volunteers who act as band coaches and workshop presenters and several of the campers and two successful Girls Rock Camp graduates.
We sat down with Art Bergmann, Canada’s very own punk-poet legend, and talked about reading and revolution.
We talked to members of Zeus at Ill Eagle, their Toronto, ON based recording studio and rehearsal space about their love of recording and mixing.
Earlier this year, we travelled to Vancouver and spoke with Jay Malinowski (The Deadcoast, Bedouin Soundclash) about his love of painting.
During our sojourn in Vancouver we met with Jill Barber at her friend’s workshop and learned about the art of millinery.
We were fortunate to visit with Greg Millson (Great Lake Swimmers, Gentleman Reg) at his cool Toronto vintage drum shop.
In this episode, we sat down with three talented musicians – Janine Stoll (The Donefors), Lisa Winn and Melissa McClelland (Whitehorse) – and spoke to them about their charity, Ladybird Animal Sanctuary.
For the final entry of our 2014 Echos series, we offer a rare glimpse at the origins of our concept with a special presentation of the original pilot videos for our project. Sadly, due to the ravages of time, we now only have 2nd generation VHS tape copies, so please forgive the quality of these scarcely seen gems.