Created with Sketch.
Exit the Echo Chamber
112 minutes | Feb 22, 2019
Ep08 – Make You Happy
Noah Cote, beatnik emcee and microphone assassin, swings by 6tiles HQ to shoot the shit. We get into art, writing, social media, tactics for capturing happiness and coffee. The release party for Cote's new visual album Make You Happy is happening February 26 at The Handsome Daughter. For more information, hit up: https://noahcote.com
103 minutes | Feb 18, 2019
Ep07 – Human Privilege
I sit down with my friend, Dalili Lokwa, to talk about life growing up in Africa, life immigrating to Canada, and the secret to ultimate happiness. Lokwa's a compelling speaker, fluent in four languages, who's spoken at conferences across the country about what he calls human privilege, "Because there are no human rights in this life, trust me."
90 minutes | Feb 4, 2019
Ep06 – Open Caskets/All Things Moral
I sit down with Zoë Mills and Laurel Johanson to talk about the imminent publication of their first novellas, respectively titled Open Caskets and All Things Mortal. These ladies were a riot, and I'm sure you will agree.
102 minutes | Jan 28, 2019
Ep05 – Canada's Hemp Story
I sit down with Martin Moravcik – Founder of Manitoba Harvest and Hemp Hearts, and self-proclaimed hemp royalty – to talk CBD, cryptocurrency, psychedelics, everything that's wrong with the world and how he plans to fix it.
71 minutes | Jan 21, 2019
Ep 04 – Manitoba Animal Save
I chat with Cheryl Sobie, founding member of Manitoba Animal Save, about the Save Movement, activism as a whole, and veganism in general.
83 minutes | Jan 14, 2019
Ep03 – Yoyu
I sit down with Jason Ali, who produces ambient music under the alias Yoyu, to talk about his personal journey through music, and ambient music as a whole. After our interview, Ali re-released his '97 raver record, in its entirety, on Bandcamp. It's something he describes as a time capsule, and something I describe modestly as excellent. You can check out the entire album here. Enjoy!
53 minutes | Jan 2, 2019
Ep02 – Keepers
I talk to Neville Rettie and Codie Ziemanski, owners of Keepers: bosses in Winnipeg’s vintage clothing game and experts on that curated eighties/nineties flyness. We get into Winnipeg's vintage clothing scene, hairless cats and the real deal with Kanye West. Enjoy.
50 minutes | Dec 6, 2018
Project Safe Audience
Bryce Koch, founder of harm reduction initiative Project Safe Audience, gives us the skinny on his organization, the role harm reduction organizations play in rave culture today and what you actually snorted when you thought you were doing cocaine last weekend.
Terms of Service
Do Not Sell My Personal Information
© Stitcher 2022