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The best music you've never heard - since 2006, IndieCan Radio, heard on SiriusXM, college and Internet Radio and podcasting around the world, looks at the emerging Canadian music from from front-of-stage, green-rooms, festivals, recording studio and undisclosed Zoom or phone-in locations. Over 600 episodes. archived @ https://indiecan.com feature bands starting out, splitting up and sharing tales or recording, road-tripping, songwriting and showcasing. Industry insiders from award shows, music conferences or from the clubs and streets of home-town Toronto or anywhere from Halifax to Vancouver, Dawson City Yukon or Nunavut, from on tour at SXSW, New York or Birmingham England. We record our show where you should have been/wanted to be. Genre fusion ranges from alt-rock to twang to metal, and sometimes a little hip-hopish, bluesy or jazz. From unknown singer-songwriters to our next-big-thing feature artists, there neither is nor has been anything quite like IndieCan Radio, spread by word of mouth to music lovers in 126 countries and finding new likes/fans every hour of every day. Even our oldest episodes still have that state back-stage smell. Does it get any better than that?

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The best music you've never heard - since 2006, IndieCan Radio, heard on SiriusXM, college and Internet Radio and podcasting around the world, looks at the emerging Canadian music from from front-of-stage, green-rooms, festivals, recording studio and undisclosed Zoom or phone-in locations. Over 600 episodes. archived @ https://indiecan.com feature bands starting out, splitting up and sharing tales or recording, road-tripping, songwriting and showcasing. Industry insiders from award shows, music conferences or from the clubs and streets of home-town Toronto or anywhere from Halifax to Vancouver, Dawson City Yukon or Nunavut, from on tour at SXSW, New York or Birmingham England. We record our show where you should have been/wanted to be. Genre fusion ranges from alt-rock to twang to metal, and sometimes a little hip-hopish, bluesy or jazz. From unknown singer-songwriters to our next-big-thing feature artists, there neither is nor has been anything quite like IndieCan Radio, spread by word of mouth to music lovers in 126 countries and finding new likes/fans every hour of every day. Even our oldest episodes still have that state back-stage smell. Does it get any better than that?

    Episode 629 IndieCan Radio

    Episode 629 IndieCan Radio

    Episode 629 of IndieCan Radio features Strippers Union, Monowhales, Andre Pettipas and the Giants, Sam Coffey and the Iron Lung, Locklyn, F-105, Jimmy Rankin, Taylor Knox, Marty from the Well, Mimoza H,, Jon Cohen Ex, Glaare, Dvne, Dominique Fils-Aimé, Michael J. Foxx & Sydney Sexton, We Are Shark, 54-40. 

    IndieCan Radio is your front-row seat and back-stage pass to Canada's indie scene. It's March 2021 at time of publishing. Human fortitude is remarkable to experience. Artists and songwriters are finding a way. Lock-down doesn't mean musical creativity is shut down and 2021 already looks like a remarkable time. Art comforts the inflicted and inflicts the comfortable. Episode 629 is 70 minutes of artists musical super power. Energize yourself and others. Enjoy. Say, "Hi" on Facebook, Twitter or wherever you live. 
     

    • 1 hr 10 min
    IndieCan 628

    IndieCan 628

    It's just a pandemic Monday(any day); wish it was a COVID-free day; that's my fun day... 
    want to listen to indiecan music day, even just a replay, 
    reminds of music fests in Canada eh! 
    Just a pandemic Monday

    Rendezvous With Madness 2020 had just gone virtual by necessity, at the time of recording this Lock-down Episode of IndieCan. RWM is an addiction and mental health film and art festival put on by Workman Arts and Centre for Addiction and Mental Health in Toronto Canada. There is always a music story in a soundtrack or a documentary about a musician suffering from problems other than rhymes.  And now, more than ever, depression and anxiety are the new normal. How do addicts and crazies set themselves apart? 

    Musically, here's the best music you've never heard: Foolproof, Terra Lightfoot, The Elwins, 
    Flamingo Báy,  Rich Aucoin, Whale and the Wolf, SAUL, Dead Romantic, Goodnight, Sunrise, 
    Autopilot, Dinosoul, Indie Week's Darryl Hurs, MAYBE MAY, Stephen Fearing, Kym Simon, Barry Muir, David James McCallum, Gord Downie, NOBRO & The Dears
    stay in touch, we need each other...
    https://www.facebook.com/IndieCanRadio/

    • 1 hr 11 min

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