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Kensington Market – An Aardvark Named Moog

Brian Tremblay 10 April 2020

Rock’N’Roll Heaven explores “Aardvark,” the second album from Kensington Market, from 1969. And we find out that it wasn’t just the Beatles who used the Mellotron – Kensington Market did as well!  The band also introduced a new synthesizer sound to their repertoire, the infamous Moog, played by John Mills-Cockell.  […]

Across The Tracks
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Ansley Simpson – Breakwall

Adrian V 24 March 2020

On this episode, Ansley Simpson, an Anishinaabe singer-songwriter, shares the power behind her debut CD ‘Breakwall,’ a roots meets electronica collaboration with a magic sound. Ansley Simpson is a Toronto-based Anishinaabe speaker, label rep, and singer-songwriter known for her poetic lyrics, deeply moving vocal-only performances, and dream-like arrangements. Nominated for […]

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Jacob Quarrell – Small Town Troubles

Adrian V 4 March 2020

On this episode, we find Jacob Quarrell at 23 released his remarkable debut album, Small Town Troubles, and isn’t afraid to relate heartfelt details behind the fourteen tracks. It’s a work of rock and pop tunes that was self-produced at his makeshift home studio. Quarrell says he’s, “Just a small […]