Archives for ‘interview’

    • The Road Less Traveled.

      by Kimberley Jev

      The 3PO characters take on a life of their own, for the cartoonist, a serious approach to the development of the characters is taken to deliver Rankel’s ideas in the best possible light, in the most humoring light.

    • Runnin The Poirier Riddim

      by Kimberley Jev

      If you can’t handle hard hitting, body jerking, up tempo beats and heavy bass fused together with dancehall, kuduru, soca, afrobeat and blaring horn sounds, then you are in no way ready for the riddims Poirier has to deliver.

    • Comedy of Allyson Smith

      by Gordon McDowell

      The performance was hilarious each time, but also tuned to different levels of filthiness. Sadly, Allyson’s “It goes to eleven” moments can’t be represented on YouTube, lest the Internet’s pristine reputation become sullied.

    • Green Party vs Pirate Party

      by Gordon McDowell

      Any lobbyist looking to maintain 100 year copyrights would welcome the spectacle of Greens and Pirates fighting over copyright voters.

    • Sloppy fun: An interview with Jason Collett

      by Gen Handley

      The soon-to-be father of four is once again making his way across Canada, serenading a solid legion of fans and creating new ones along the way. He was one of the founding fathers of Broken Social Scene but has since taken his own route, one that isn’t as flashy, but is still heading in the right direction.

    • Against Me! interview with Tom Gabel

      by Adrian Bryksa

      Preceding their latest tour stop in Calgary, I had a chance to sit down with Against Me! frontman Tom Gabel to talk about the tour, the past, the present and the future and also had a chance to spin a few miscellaneous questions in as well.

    • R4NT vs Ours To Destroy

      by Gordon McDowell

      Interview and live performance captured back in December. Ours To Destroy consists of Steve Dodd, Eric Ewin, Roland Griffith and David Morely. Camerawork was performed by D4V, Gord and multiple beer.

    • Interview: Fink

      by David Gluzman

      Fink has been touring around the world playing some of the most prestigious venues and regularly selling out where ever he goes. Having also toured with Zero 7 only after their fourth ever booked gig!! To add to Fink’s ever growing fame, he has recently had a track showcased as the soundtrack to a new MasterCard commercial.

    • An Interview with Anthony White

      by MaxPower

      “What I found is that the artists who were selling a lot of art always had a strong secondary market and even better if their art was proving to be a good investment. No one wants to wait for the artist to die first. It needs to be a good investment in a reasonable timeframe.”

    • Crom Interviews: Mumm-Ra

      by Crom

      Crom’s subject this issue is The Ever Living devil priest of Third Earth. The sound of his maniacal laugh emenating from his dreaded Black Pyramid makes the blood run cold of any man, woman, or feline.

    • Interview with Coldcut

      by David Gluzman

      After almost 8 years since their last release. We got the chance to catch up with Matt Black to talk to him about “Sound Mirrors” along with all things tech, with a side of politics, and some clips from the new album. Tune in!

    • Interview with Ryan Bidan from Microsoft

      by R4NT

      When thinking of what to do to keep the game fresh while maintaining the look and feel of an Age game, the development team looked at what worked and what didn’t work with previous franchise releases.

    • Interview with Audible Intelligence

      by The Lotus Queen

      A disparate group of guys dusted themselves off, realized they had bonafide talents and were all in one way or another, sometimes unwittingly connected.. Audible Intelligence was formed.

    • Crom Interviews Serpentor

      by Crom

      A notorious leader of hundred of battle hardened zealots Born from the genetic material of some of histories greatest conquerors and the twisted genius of Dr. Mindbender.

    • Interview with Microids Canada

      by R4NT

      For those readers who aren’t familiar with the name, Microids is a Canadian developer of video games. One of the more recent games that has been published by Microids Canada is Syberia II.

    • Interview with Daedelus

      by David Gluzman

      I grew-up in a home full of music so it took extra time for me to really start collecting, now I’m on something like 10,000 vinyl..

    • Interview with One Self

      by David Gluzman

      Their voices, placed together for the first time, mesh into a lyrical, melodic blend which summons up memories of the best of Native Tongues updated for a new century..

    • Interview with Mr.Scruff

      by David Gluzman

      The master of the tables is back, this time for an interview with R4NT. We diss the yellow Submarine, and hear that he likes Canada!

    • Interview with Infinite Livez

      by David Gluzman

      Phrases that you are likely to come across whilst snorting your drink out through your nose in horror, disgust and amusement.

    • Interview with Blockhead

      by R4NT

      There’s been a tendency in instrumental hip hop towards the bombastic and the plain tacky, which is why Blockhead is so refreshing.

    • Interview with Sixtoo

      by Chris Harron

      He’s been making music since the mid-90’s: he’s been a Sebutone, an affiliate of Anticon, brought together illegal art and music..

    • Interview: Skalpel

      by R4NT

      Marcin and Igor have been digging in the crates, trying to build the most exciting collection of samples from Polish Jazz records..

    • Interview: Magneto (From Xmen)

      by Crom

      His pragmatic view of previous human encounters with his mutant brethren, this leader of current dark underground believes that humanity isn’t capable of dealing with him and his kind, ladies and gentlemen, today’s interview is with… Magneto!

    • Interview: DJ Clever – Leftfield DnB Goes Offshore..

      by The Lotus Queen

      ..Mr. Cleaver is the man behind NYC’s Offshore Recordings. Offshore is unmistakably coming out with unique leftfield sounds that set it apart from the drum n’ bass “norms”. I had a chance to ask him a few burning questions.

    • Interview: Public Enemy’s Chuck D

      by Terence Leung

      ..In an online interview arranged by their new label Koch International two weeks ago along with a panel of journalists, we chatted with Chuck D about Public Enemy’s new album Revolverlution, hip-hop’s future, record labels and Michael Jackson.

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