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WR181: Transistor 66

If you've paid attention to the local music scene at any point over the past decade-plus, you likely have a ...

WR180: Harley James Flett

Although it snowed a week or so after this episode (of course it did, it's Winnipeg), we took advantage of ...

WR179: Lost Love

This week's episode features a surprise visit from Montreal punks Lost Love, who stopped by as they were passing through ...

WR178: The Enemy Magazine

This week, Sam makes a visit to the downtown office of The Enemy Magazine to talk DIY, hip-hop, Winnipeg youth ...

WR177: The Heights

We talk soul music, Winnipeg neighbourhoods, 'neck' songs and a whole bunch more with local funk/pop/rock/R&B gang The Heights, who ...

WR176: 1971

This week features a long conversation with 2/3 (or 2/4, depending how you look at it) of the hard-to-define Winnipeg ...

WR175: Bartley Knives

This week, we talk to the hilariously-named Bartley Knives about his solo project, "volcanic" songs, a sense of place in ...

WR173: Mulligrub

There's a weird contrast this week: plenty of ridiculous conversation about various Muppets (the theme of the week is "puppet" ...

WR172: Duotang

Fifteen years after the release of their last album, iconic Winnipeg two-piece Duotang -- best-known for their late-90s Mint Records ...