Category Archives: Grayowl Interviews

One-on-One with Freak Heat Waves

by Luca Capone Last Thursday, in the basement of the Smiling Buddha, I had the pleasure of interviewing Thomas Di Ninno & Steven Lind from Freak Heat Waves! Their record, Bonnie’s State of Mind is one of my favourites released … Continue reading

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One-on-One with Comet Control

by Luca Capone Last Tuesday, on a very sunny evening, not only was Canada knocked out of the Gold Cup (Fire Floro!), I was very pleased to chat with Chad Ross & Andrew Moszynski (joined by the gleeful Chris Geddes … Continue reading

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One-on-One with Kalle Mattson

by Laura Stanley Kalle Mattson is not afraid of success. “For musicians nowadays, especially in indie-rock, saying you’re ambitious about your music is a dirty word. It’s not cool to say you want to be big but I don’t care. … Continue reading

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One-on-One with Walrus

by Michael Thomas As I meet up with Walrus a few hours before their NXNE set, Jordan Murphy says “We drove from Rivière-du-Loup.” The previous day they drove from Halifax. He is not saying this as an excuse; this is just … Continue reading

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One-on-One with James Irwin

by Michael Thomas James Irwin didn’t get into music until a little later in life, but his prior life experience provided a lot of material for his songs once he got into it. It wasn’t until he was 19 and … Continue reading

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One On One with C Diab

by Jack Derricourt “There it is you know . . . don’t you feel this?” – (The Reverend) Al Purdy. I’ve never felt in tune with ambient music. Growing up on a steady diet of pop, rock, and Big Shiny … Continue reading

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One-on-One with Jessica Jalbert (Faith Healer)

by Michael Thomas A new name doesn’t necessarily mean a new method for Jessica Jalbert, who released the stunningly excellent Cosmic Troubles back in March. Jalbert’s first album was a result of being a part of Edmonton’s fertile music scene (she names … Continue reading

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