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Off the Dial Podcast 2009.P20 ~ “On This Slope I See the World As She Was Meant to be Seen”

Posted by cristóvão On April - 12 - 2009

We celebrate our 20th episode of the podcast by welcoming back guest co-host and Off the Dial contributing writer Nic Gouveia both at Subterranean Homesick Studios in Calgary including a special exclusive live performance from our former production assistant/engineer Reid Robinson and Dean-o and on location in Toronto where Starship Experience singer/guitarist Jesse Seberras drops in to talk about his band.

Also featuring the music of Calgary’s SilentPanic, Toronto-based Great Lake Swimmers (weewerk), Our Lady Peace front-man Raine Maida (Nettwerk), California’s Oh, the Spanish Moss, from the U.K., Henry’s Funeral Shoe, Queens, New York’s Kris Bone, Philadelphia’s Drink Up Buttercup, Austin’s …And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead (Justice Records) and the Distillers (Epitaph).

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5 Responses to “Off the Dial Podcast 2009.P20 ~ “On This Slope I See the World As She Was Meant to be Seen””

  1. I specifically requested with your producer to NOT mention my acting career! I’m a musician first and formost and do not wish to address my TV show on youtube that you should all go see right now. You are like mash potatoes without the gravy Chris! You will rue this day!

  2. Mary says:

    Yeah Chris, would you say that about Tom Petty?

  3. Paul Traynor says:

    I don’t know what any of you are talking about.

  4. cristóvão says:

    Wow, this is the most anyone has said about an article since the April Fools! I guess we should lie and piss off people more often to get responses!!!

  5. The Nelson says:

    Yes.. quite.

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