Liz Marshall and Jo-Anne Mcarthur are minds behind The Ghosts In Our Machine, a look at the invisible role that animals other than humans are caught up in the gears, sometimes literally of modern lifestyles.
With that interview being a bit longer than normal, rather than rush, we break it into two parts, with Kevin Farmer joining Daryn on a variety of news items, including a message for Joe Oliver from Kevin and much more!
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The last few min we talk about a great sounding smartphone app called Buycott. I haven’t tried it yet but the concept is amazing! I am downloading today, so we will mention it again next week, as well I’ll be trying to get someone to talk about it on next weeks show so stay tuned!
Also here’s the article we ran out of time to talk about, but is very much related to Kevin’s rant for the week.
And the study Daryn mentioned (the most conservative ie. lowest number that I have seen)
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This week’s spotlight artist is kind of like that. DAVIDS hails from Toronto, where he recounts moving home with the parentals to make electronic music. They didn’t seem to mind, from his recounting, and I can’t say I blame them: what he’s crafted on his forthcoming EP is polished, tasty electronic — New Order evolved. At turns frantic and introspective, enjoy a taste of the tunes via “Dead Walkie” (video now on YouTube) and “Buried In Cocaine”.
Bonus: head to bandcamp, where “Dead Walkie” is a freebie download: http://davidsdavids.bandcamp.com/
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