EPISODE 74: LOCALS LOUNGE RECAP & THE LIVING
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On our last weekly episode for a little while, Travis and James celebrate Pacific Sound Radio's fruitful partnership with Locals Lounge with highlights from their April 2019 showcase featuring the smooth stylings of fusion act Sound of Kalima and rapper/producer Ekke.

In our second half, your hosts are joined by soul/R&B artist The Living to dive deep into his infectious debut single "Two Trips Around The Sun", his collaborative relationship with Grammy winning producer Chin Injeti, his upcoming first EP, and his premiere appearance on Locals Lounge.




EPISODE 73: REDWOODS & RUMOUR MILL
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Hard rock quartet Redwoods join Travis and James over the phone as they rush to the studio to chat about their first full length LP produced by Garth Richardson, life on the road, and more. Anna Katarina of the indie pop duo Rumour Mill joins us in the second half to chat growing up in the Kootenays, artistic chemistry, and new music.


EPISODE 72: BRYAN MICHAEL & RAINCITY
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A belated Happy Mother's Day from the Pacific Sound Radio team! Travis and James are joined by acoustic rock artist Bryan Michael as we revisit his pop punk past, dive deep into his new EP Distractions, and speculate on future projects. In our second half, the funktastic, soulful R&B and rock n roll ensemble Raincity return to promote their upcoming self-titled EP, brainstorm cover songs, preview summer touring plans, and much more!


EPISODE 71: FALLOW STATE & CAROLINE ALLATT
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Happy belated May the Fourth and Cinco de Mayo! Travis and James talk alt country with Adrienne Nye and Chris Olson of Fallow State. French Canadian vocalist/blues guitarist Caroline Allatt joins the show in the second hour to chat growing up in a family of French Canadian musicians, blues rock, her worst gig ever and much more!


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EPISODE 70: BACKXWASH & BIAWANNA
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On our 70th episode, Travis and James celebrate the launch of Glitter Ball, a two day festival celebrating feminist art and culture. Zambian born/Montreal based rapper Backxwash calls in to chat agency, rhyme schemes, witchcraft and more. Indie R&B/pop artist Biawanna joins us in our second half to discuss her alt rock roots, personal yet universal lyrics, and future collaborations.

EPISODE 69: RAENE
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Travis and James spend Easter Sunday with singer/songwriter Raene a.k.a. Rachael Schroeder. Listen in as we learn more about Raene's upcoming sophomore EP, the importance of marketing for an independent artist, synesthesia, and much more!

EPISODE 68: SOLA & TANGLERS
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James and Travis get tangled up in soul on this week's episode. Adrianna Parejas (a.k.a. SOLA) talks her new lease on life as a solo artist while jamtastic six piece Tanglers dig deep into their upcoming full length LP Tangled In Time.


EPISODE 67: HARLEQUIN GOLD & COLOUR TONGUES
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Episode 67 sees hosts James & Travis chatting with the indie-pop act Harlequin Gold, who are fresh off their latest single release titled “I Was Your Girl”. Returning guests Colour Tongues swing by to catch up after their tour throughout BC and to chat about what they have planned for 2019.

EPISODE 66: HAYZ & OLD SOUL REBEL
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Travis and James are joined by friends new and old this week. Producer/rapper/singer HAYZ talks the law of attraction, clean living, and putting Vancouver on the map as a major music city. In the second half, Chelsea DE Johnson and Lola Whyte of Old Soul Rebel return to recount life on the road, future plans, and their experience on CTV's The Launch with a special guest appearance by producer Charlotte Ryan!

EPISODE 65: UNA MEY & CRYSTAL KELLY
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On this episode, Travis and James unwind with Una Mey as she previews new music and a can't miss performance at the inaugural Glitter Ball Festival. Then, Regina born, Vancouver raised indie rockers Crystal Kelly chat life in the Praries, loving The Strokes a bit too much, minor hockey, and more.