(0:00 - 1:33) Introduction
(1:34 - 9:29) I have a fun time chatting with Jeff Welch from The Reverb Syndicate. They are Ottawa's top surf-rock band. We hear about how they developed their own mythology as inspiration for their instrumental tunage, and also hear one of their fans playing one of their tracks on a charango! (Thanks to Eric Pare for providing the charango track!). Check out the Reverb folks at http://www.thereverbsyndicate.ca/.
(9:30 - 12:05) The Reverb Syndicate - The Lonely Henchmen (from Sputnik-a-Go-Go, available at CDBaby)
(12:06 - 15:40) Trophy - How Did You Get This Way? Check out Trophy at http://trophyband.com/
(15:41 - 25:26) We chat with Rose from Lal about Canadian music, and about their travels from Toronto to Pakistan. Find more details about the band at http://lalforest.com/.
(25:27 - 29:16) Lal - London Bridge, from their album Deportation, available at PTR Music.
(29:17 - 40:50) Our final interview this month, with Mr. Joe Keithley from D.O.A. He's been in the biz for 30 years, and provides his perspective on their new album, and how the industry has changed since he started out.
(40:51 - 44:27) D.O.A. - Human Bomb, from their brand new album, Northern Avenger. Pick it up at Sudden Death Records.
(44:28 - 46:08) Outro...If you'd like to win a copy of D.O.A.'s new album, or a complete Reverb Syndicate discography (ie, both of their CDs), go to our blog at www.canadianruckus.com for details. You have to enter by October 1, 2008 to win. Thanks for listening, folks...see ya next time.
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