JUNOs Return to CBC, Minotaurs, Prairie Cat
The CBC not too long ago held a “preview day” for its upcoming season, and one of many large matters of dialogue was the recently-announced return of The JUNO Awards to the nationwide broadcaster. It appears there are large plans to develop extra content material in collaboration with CARAS the entire yr spherical. At the occasion, Mike caught up with CARAS President & CEO Allan Reid and Mark Steinmetz, Senior Director of CBC Music, to talk about these plans and what they might imply for Canadian artists, insiders, and followers. An “apocalyptic-psychedelic afro-folk epic.” That’s how Nathan Lawr, the person behind the uber-cool challenge Minotaurs, describes his newest album, Aum. The challenge contains a numerous and spectacular checklist of collaborators, and Mike speaks with Nathan about how they landed at such a singular hybrid of influences. After years of conserving issues deliberately cryptic, Vancouver’s Cary Pratt is absolutely embracing his artistic moniker of Prairie Cat with the aptly-titled new album, Prairie Cat Is Cary Pratt. He tells Andrew about how his newfound consolation within the highlight and behind the mic influenced the composition of this newest album, and a few of the different tasks that maintain him busy – together with enjoying drums with supergroup Mounties.
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