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Another student of Doug Friesen's to go on and make some very special music, episode 101 features a refreshing chat with Hiroki Tanaka. We discuss education, early work, touring and recording with Yamantaka Sonic Titan, and Tanaka's latest work, "Kaigo Kioku Kyoku” which translates into “Caregiving Memory Songs”. Enjoy!…
 
In preparation for the upcoming co-release of "A MUFFLED SNORE", Friendly Rich sat down with David Sait to discuss this special full length recording and David's adventures in music to date. In Episode 99 of the INDUSTRY TACTICS PODCAST, we talk about Brampton, collaborating with {An} EeL, the guzheng, experimental music and much more. Dig in and p…
 
Episode 96, an inspiring chat with the creative force in Bernard Pearce. From Promised Land, Louisiana, Pearce has been based out of New Orleans for most of his life. A nomadic artist, he's also travelled the world, mostly by ship! He's a chef, poet, musician, and community builder. Learn about his latest project, the Selma Alabama Art House and mu…
 
What a talk with Dr. Kathryn Ladano about her journey with the bass clarinet, and etching out a diverse career in music. From artistic direction (NUMUS), to teaching (Laurier University), to performance and academia, Dr. Ladano is in it for life and making a big difference in helping define modern music. Brought to you by the colour MERLOT!…
 
Working with such artists as Tool, Nine Inch Nails, even Motley Crue, James Cavalluzzo walks us through his unique career in music, and main project Malhavoc. His love of music and the friendships made along the way are central in every tale told in this podcast full of soulful tactics. Get down!By Friendly Rich
 
We talk mentorship, early days coming up in Brampton, Canada and community-building through music. The metal mogul himself, producer, musician and dear friend Greg "Gerg" Dawson joins us for Episode 90 of Industry Tactics. He's worked with such bands as Mare, Moneen, The End, Gargoyle, Alexisonfire, and so many more! Buckle up for a trip down riff …
 
One of the hardest working, most persistent musicians in show biz today, Frankie Whyte opens up about early beginnings at Rosedale Heights studying under Doug Friesen. Moving on from high school Frankie has studied with Dave Clark, Mike Mangini and more. Gaining support from so many, including Jim Vallance, Duncan Coutts (Our Lady Peace) and more, …
 
Episode 82 is a talk with drummer Bennett Bedoukian, from his studio in the woods of Havoc, Ontario! We discuss his artistic development through the renowned Rosedale Heights program, and being from the first generation of Doug Friesen's music graduates. He plays in Horseman, Pass By with Mark Molnar, get into the brain of Bennett Bedoukian!…
 
Episode 81 features a chat with graphic novelist and musician, Georgia Webber, who builds community through graphic medicine, her MAW vocal arts series and more. Georgia is a generous artist, and we get into her exciting career, through the lens of one of her early mentors, Doug Friesen, and her time studying at Rosedale Heights School of the Arts …
 
It's the start of a new season! Season 2 will feature Friendly's Vinyl Pap and other wrong turns, but the main body of the thing will be a deep dive into the impact of music education. Through the lens of Doug Friesen and the great work he's been doing the last fifteen years at Rosedale School of the Arts in Toronto. He's raised a generation of mus…
 
A snapshot of legendary noise-makers, The Nihilist Spasm Band at 54 years into their legendary journey. We talk to some of the founding members, and their spouses! A great Canadian anarchist model, they combine humour, nonsense, and also a sense of community into the mix that is unparalleled. They're one of the longest-standing bands in Canadian hi…
 
What a rich career Allison Cameron has had to date, flowing through it, she studying in Amsterdam, went to New York, ate beans with John Cage, cracked nuts with Louis Andriessen and much more. She leads the Allison Cameron Band, and is a member of the trio C_rl. Get into it, Episode 75 with the persistent Allison Cameron!…
 
An amazing chat with Dan Loughrin from Baby Labour. We dissect his process, from poodle perms in high school, through to duelling guitars and ring modulators. Studied with the late Ken Aldcroft, Dan is a work horse in his own right, setting the bar higher with everything he creates. This episode connects the dots to several prior episodes -- hope y…
 
A great honour to crack the mind of audio connoisseur and studio lab scientist, James Paul. From both sides of the mixing board, James Paul's work over the last 30+ years has made a big impact on Canadian music. His work producing records for Hawksley Workman, Chris Warren, Jack Breakfast, and many more...to his new electronic project, Homo Trans F…
 
We talk Broken Social Scene, Denman Island, being comfortable in your skin, being thankful and much more. You also get a sneak listen to the upcoming studio recording, "Friendly Rich Sings for Only the Lonely". Out April 27th on all digital platforms, you can also join us live that night at The Burdock for the release party.…
 
A higgledy-piggledy cruise ship journey through the diverse tactics of Kelsey McNulty. In Episode 64, we talk sleeping bag slippers, keyboards, Ace Tones, accordions, tour health, and much more. We go back to her first release, "Excuses for Small Details" (2014), and you'll even catch a glimpse of a demo from her upcoming follow up record, due late…
 
Phil Miles is a wise guitar player who grew up in Ottawa (and Victoria) and now calls Toronto home. He's a well of wisdom and likes to keep his musical diet diverse. From playing with Nick Teehan, Godstopper, Aline Morales and his own solo projects, Phil makes any good project great, and he is a joy to spend time with. Spend an hour with Phil, you'…
 
Friendly Rich & The Lollipop People teamed up with Dave Clark and the Woodshed Orchestra on the EP "THE LEONARD COHEN SWEET". This shared release comes out Sept 10th on all digital platforms, followed by 5 big band shows to unveil the vinyl pressing, five tunes about Leonard Cohen. Visit friendlyrich.com and/or thewoodshedorchestra.com for show det…
 
"The only cats worth anything are those who take chances", Thelonious Monk told a young Gary Topp -- the rest is history. Take a trip down memory lane with a one-of-a-kind Toronto music legend, Mr. Gary Topp. Better pop two sticks of gum for this one, it includes tall tales of everybody from The Police to Bob Dylan. Let's go!…
 
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