The Uncoverables: Mich Cota Interview

This episode features Mich Cota, a First Nations Trans-woman who addresses her understanding of her gender and identity in various musical ways.  Here we speak about Kija/Care which comes out on Egg Paper Factory this Friday and hear some of the tracks.

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The Uncoverables Podcast: Ethan Cohn Interview

This week’s episode features a talk with Montreal-based bassist Ethan Cohn, who released his debut record “Plastic Waste” over the summer.  Topics include Einstein’s theory of relativity, Italian rain, and finding cohesion in a mixed bag of influences.  His album release party takes place on October 2nd at Cafe Resonance for those in the area.

Some slight microphone issues at the start my apologies.

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The Uncoverables Podcast: Lauren Lee Interview

This week’s podcast is pulled from another episode of CKUT’s New Shit.  I speak to Lauren Lee about her Space Jazz Trio and their upcoming Montreal show at Cafe Resonance on May 20th.  Topics include songwriting strategies, influences, and some thoughts on the New York and Montreal jazz communities.

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Playlist:

Kara-Lis Coverdale- “Grafts” from Grafts

Lauren Lee Space Jazz Trio- “Voyager” from The Consciousness Test

Jessica Moss- “Entire Populations Pt. 2” from Pools of Light

Erik Hove- “Fractured” from Polygon

 

The Uncoverables Podcast: Jaimie Branch Interview

The week’s episode features an interview with trumpeter Jaimie Branch in which she gives a full rundown of the composition and recording process of her debut album for International Anthem Records.  Out on Friday, Fly or Die emphasizes improvisation over grooves, noise jams, and out in open space–it’s an eclectic listen that should have appeal to music fans of many different backgrounds.

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Playlist:

Erik Hove- “Morse Code” from Polygon

Trio3- “Stick” from Visiting Texture

Jaimie Branch- “Theme Nothing” from Fly or Die

The Uncoverables Podcast: Emmett McCleary Interview/Live Studio Set

Hosted a show live on CKUT with special guest Emmett McCleary to talk about his upcoming album There’s a Better Something which he’s self-releasing on May 12th. Topics include crowds, sadness, and singing quietly.

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Playlist:

Waxahatchee-“Silver” Out in the Storm

Jay Som-“The Bus Song” from Everybody Works

Emmett McCleary-“Honest You” from There’s a Better Something

Vagabon-“The Embers” from Infinite Worlds

Smokes-“4souls” single

Girlpool-“It Gets More Blue” from Powerplant

No Joy-“Califone” from Creep EP

Sneaks-“Look Like That” from It’s a Myth