Karen takes over the airwaves this week, kicking off the show with an interview between Apt613 editor Trevor Pritchard and Michael Feuerstack (the artist formerly known as Snailhouse). She then chats with film director Sean Garrity, whose thriller Blood Pressure opens Friday at the Bytowne. Sean details the uniquely Canadian style of conversation found in his films, and the ins and outs of filming guerilla style.
After a bit of music from Les Soeurs Boulay, Karen is joined by Charles Tilden, whose music explores the first earthly experiences of Delta Will. (Delta Will played last night at Pressed, and it’s his video above). Music from Delta will follows, along with a song from Feist.
Jamie Stuckless from EnviroCentre is the last guest of the show, chatting about Bike to Work Month. This initiative has been happening throughout May, with over 1200 Ottawa bike aficionados signing up to commute on two wheels.
With another song from Les Soeurs Boulay, the show wraps up!
Modern Warfare, Michael Feuerstack
Mappemonde, Les Soeurs Boulay
There is a Future, Delta Will
I Feel it All, Feist
Lola en Confiture, Les Soeurs Boulay