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"Ruthlessly pursuing the idea that the accordion is just another instrument." Join the front-lines of the Accordion Revolution, broadcasting around the world almost every Wednesday since 2006. From Punk to Piazzolla (a variety of loud rock and roll, and a famous tango composer). The most unexpected variety of squeezebox music you're likely to subscribe to today.
 
Hosted by Shane and Tom, Join this weekly unique and sometimes inappropriate show between two friends. Listen and laugh with them while they share their lives with you from an odd perspective. The Squeezebox Podcast is an effortless stream of hilarious consciousness, capable of forcing outbursts that surrounding company cannot ignore. Every week, two friends connect on a higher level of humour, setting out to collapse in a glorious heap of laughter that has other humour podcasters gasping fo ...
 
Accordion Noir plays punk-rock classical-folk music from around the world, with jazz and an occasional token polka. Broadcast live on CFRO Co-Op Radio from the heart of the Downtown Eastside in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, Earth. Please Donate to Co-op Radio. Mention Accordion Noir so they know which show you love.You can find an alternate download site for current shows at Vancouver Co-op Radio's Accordion Noir pageFor more about Bruce's Accordion History Book Project and various am ...
 
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Here it is, just into a new year, and already we’re sequence-breaking and skipping directly to a homegrown celebration of all squeezy things Canadian as if it was July 1st! There are reasons we tend to visit this territory at this time of year, and I promise you: they are boring ones not worth discussing […]…
 
Having been distracted for some reason, at 8 PM tonight Bruce thought it was Tuesday and hadn’t recorded tonight’s 10 PM episode. He was personally startled by the otherwise everyday Washington Post headline: “President Trump incites his supporters at a rally Wednesday to march on the Capitol…”https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2021/01/06/dome…
 
It’s the end of a heck of a year, so why not send it on its way in a blistering cavalcade of accordion music? That’s right, there is no convincing counter-argument. Fortunately, here we are to provide the soundtrack for your household’s changeover. If your Apple or Android podcast subscriptions (strongly recommended!) haven’t alerted you to its ava…
 
Another year, another Christmas Eve Eve. This week Bruce aired another squeezy power hour of accordion music on seasonal themes, going out over the airwaves at 100.5 fm courtesy of CFRO Co-Op Community Radio. If your Apple or Android podcast subscriptions (strongly recommended!) haven’t alerted you to its availability yet, you can enjoy listening t…
 
Here we are, rounding the bend if not exactly flattening the curve — the light at the end of the tunnel is beginning to reveal itself, and the entire accursed spectacle that was 2020 will soon be behind us! These turbulent times deserve a spirited send-off. By which I mean accordion music, naturally. Happily, Bruce […]…
 
Bruce is starting to get into a festive frame of mind, which is fine — there are so many excuses to celebrate, even if you are of no religious denomination, the imminent end of the accursed year 2020 should be sufficient cause! Anyhow, this is reflected in last night’s episode of our weekly hour-long Accordion […]…
 
This latest hour-long episode of CFRO’s weekly Accordion Noir radio program appears to be another smorgasbord specimen, offering up a little of this and a little of that, but yielding no genre or style in large quantities save accordions writ large. If your Apple or Android podcast subscriptions (strongly recommended!) haven’t alerted you to its av…
 
Greetings and welcome to the announcement of another episode of CFRO’s weekly Accordion Noir radio program, now available online as a podcast! This week’s episode is very typical for us, a melange of tunes in different styles from different parts of the world, with a burbling sub-current of recordings by Canadian women percolating through the […]…
 
This week’s Remembrance Day episode of Accordion Noir took a somewhat extraordinary tack. Bruce knew of the military intersection in the musical career of Black female accordionist Julie Gardner, right down to having read reviews of specific showstopping numbers she had included in her sets… but, sadly, due to sexism, racism and the vagaries of […]…
 
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