Thursday, February 28, 2019

Bondage Edition

BONDAGE! Ok now that we have that out of the way, sit down and sip along to Camille's candid chat with Marley and Kai, who acted as her model and rope Artist in her latest visual arts endeavour. They talk bondage, kink, rope safety, and Kai gives tips for those curious to try it out. Cheers and a big congrats to this rad team who just achieved a 6 image spread in SOUR Magazine!

Monday, February 25, 2019

Jesse Parent

This is WR folk singer/songwriter Jesse Parent’s third podcast record with his old friend Todd, but the first on CHC, and we’ll have to serve you the additional material sometime. This time, Jesse came by to spread the word about his upcoming LIVE ALBUM show & recording, March 24 at The Rich Uncle Tavern in Kitchener. We also unpacked some very quote-able and soul-baring Jesse, while having some laughs, and recalling their shared way-back memory, of radio DJ’ing at CJIQ. Includes three live songs.

Monday, February 18, 2019

There Was A Sale II

Kayla and Matt returned to chat about their media review podcast There Was A Sale. Todd asked about the new season, transitioning from cinema to literature, they went down the rabbit hole of ‘why collect things?’, ‘why make a podcast?’, and all with Todd being not-fully-awake, yet hyper-actively intense about getting to see these folks again! It’s not more of Episode 14, it’s the sequel baby!

Monday, February 11, 2019

Hayley Kellett

Meet Hayley Kellett, the Improv Incubator Director of Guelph’s The Making-Box, which doubles as a live theatre venue, improv school, and triples as a community, since it’s opening in 2013. Hayley coins the mantra “Listen, connect and respond”, and chats with Todd about the merits of failure, stick-to-it-ivenes, all-inclusive creativity and putting in the work. Somewhere in there, is mentioning of 5 lesbiens eating a quiche. Enjoy this chat!

Monday, February 4, 2019

Justin Godelie

Sort of a follow up, we meet Justin Godelie, another of the hosts from Pull The Plug podcast! They really aren't so different, he and Todd... Clearly, what the world needs more of, is two dudes being moronic... on the bright side, they're the variety of lads that agree with the message of the Gillette ad; yet don't shave.