104 episodes

From one artist to another. The Adamantium is a Toronto-based interview show hosted by Adam R. Harrison featuring musicians, celebrities & local personalities in casual conversations about art, culture & entertainment.

The Adamantium Podcast Adam R. Harrison

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From one artist to another. The Adamantium is a Toronto-based interview show hosted by Adam R. Harrison featuring musicians, celebrities & local personalities in casual conversations about art, culture & entertainment.

    E104 Spencer Burton

    E104 Spencer Burton

    Canadiana singer-songwriter, Spencer Burton, joins us on this episode of The Adamantium Podcast. We discuss his latest singles and upcoming album, working with his buddy, Dallas Green, on Still Records, and how working solo compares to his time in Attack in Black and touring with City and Colour. We also talk about farming, overdevelopment, uniting earth and humanity, writing children’s songs, and the emergence of cheesy Covid-themed songs.

    • 1 hr 3 min
    E103 Ferraro

    E103 Ferraro

    The brothers Ferraro join us on this episode of The Adamantium Podcast to discuss their new single “Sugar Rush” and upcoming EP, collaborating for the first time, the success of their song “You Look Good Like That” and being a breakout band in the year 2020 when there is no live music. We also talk about their connection to The Cameron House venue and the Toronto music scene, recording Christmas songs in July, and covering Billie Eilish.

    • 43 min
    E102 Ross Hull

    E102 Ross Hull

    Global News meteorologist and “that guy from that show,” Ross Hull joins us on this episode of The Adamantium Podcast. We discuss his career journey from actor to weather man, how his passion for weather developed and took him all across the country, his daily responsibilities as a national meteorologist and how they’ve been affected by the pandemic, and some of the biggest weather stories he’s reported on. We also reminisce on his acting roles in 90s Canadian pop culture classic shows like Student Bodies, Are You Afraid of the Dark?, and Ready or Not. We delve into the teenage social issues they touched on, the 20th anniversary reunion of Student Bodies, and memorable episodes from the Midnight Society. We also relate on the privileges of being Canadian, being dog dads, and strategies for staying active during the pandemic. Listen now on your favourite podcast network or theadamantium.com!

    • 59 min
    E101 The Darcys

    E101 The Darcys

    Toronto alt-pop duo, The Darcys, join us on this episode of The Adamantium Podcast. We discuss their latest single “Look Me In The Eyes,” as well as their upcoming fifth album, their creative process during the pandemic, and their reoccurring stylistic theme of Old Hollywood/Spaghetti Westerns. We also talk about the approaching anniversary of their self-titled album, the hardships they faced as a band at that time, and riff on such topics as Radiohead setlists, Chris Nolan films, and exercise playlists.

    • 46 min
    E100 Kim Mitchell

    E100 Kim Mitchell

    Canadian rock n’ roll royalty for the 100th episode of The Adamantium Podcast as we’re joined by guitarist, singer-songwriter, Kim Mitchell. In this Stay Home episode we discuss Kim’s upcoming eighth solo record, The Big Fantasize, his first in 13 years, and how his synonymous guitar took a backseat to the songwriting. We talk about the single “Wishes,” and the process of translating it from the original A.C. Childs poem to song. We also touch on the legendary El Mocambo and it’s new record label, hosting our own shows, Rival Sons, Greta Van Fleet, and stories of touring with the greatest drummer of all time, the late Neil Peart.

    • 42 min
    E099 Barns Courtney #2

    E099 Barns Courtney #2

    This Stay Home episode of The Adamantium Podcast features the return of rockstar singer-songwriter & performer extraordinaire, Barns Courtney. We discuss his surprise EP release, Hard To Be Alone, and his songwriting process in quarantine. Barns breaks down the scrupulous creation and even samples for us parts of his songs “99,” “Glitter & Gold,” “London Girls,” and “Babylon.” We also talk about the recent passing of legendary composer Ennio Morricone, and his influence on Barns’ music, working with the late Keith Flint on one of The Prodigy’s last songs before his tragic death, as well as his thoughts on Led Zeppelin, Greta Van Fleet and Super Smash Bros.

    • 1 hr 8 min

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34 Ratings

34 Ratings

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I love this podcast! From local homegrown celebrities to world renowned artists, Adam brings everyone into the conversation. Get the inside scoops, background info, new releases, and song recommendations on your favorites, or find a new talent. No matter what you are looking for, this podcast is the place to stay in touch with the Toronto music scene. Looking forward to seeing much more from him!

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