One-on-One with Myst Milano

Photo by: Morgan Sears-Williams

Back in 2015, we partnered up with the great Toronto radio host/encyclopedia of music/maker of a mean lasagna (from what I hear), Luca Capone and hosted some episodes of his weekly radio program The Night Shift. We recently reached out to Luca to see if he would be interested in teaming up with us again and he was! So keep your eyes and ears open for more great content from Luca. 

Tune into The Night Shift every Wednesday from 9-11 PM on CJRU 1260 AM.

Follow Luca on Twitter and/or Facebook to keep up to date with all things The Night Shift.


On this episode of The Night Shift, I chatted with the miraculous Myst Milano, who released one of my favourite records in 2018 with Kali Ma, a paprika-laced bubbling mashup of psychedelic techno, experimental minimalist hip-hop and sci-fi synth soundscapes.

We talked about the themes of female empowerment prevalent throughout her songs, fighting back against male-dominated DJ environments, her passion for the ice-cold raw punk energy of Death Grips, the unsettling, occultist tones of Boards of Canada and Com Truise, which experimental jazz-funk maestro inspired masterful mac & cheese recipes, being inspired by the work of fantastic collectives like RUDE and Babely Shades, which coffee is possibly the best coffee, which cereal is the worst cereal, the long quest from Space Odyssey to Raven’s Vision, which 90’s RnB jam is Myst’s skateboarding anthem, the lost tales of the Macaulay Culkin Legacy Foundation & OTHER WONDROUS TALES OF MUSIC AND LIFE!

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