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Monday, September 30, 2013

HZ so good! FM-Phasis 2013


Things have been busy at the hallowed halls of CFCR these days with our annual fundraising drive, FM-Phasis!

The official campaign ran from September 14-27 but we're still busy takin' names and pledges so if you love local radio and sweet-ass music, you should definitely pledge! (To my show... just sayin'! :) hehe) There's some amazing prizes available. Wanna know more? Find out here!

I hosted on September 16 and today, September 30.

Playlist for September 16

Cover Your Tracks - Young Galaxy
Bonfire - Close Talker*
Adventure in the Heart - Shotgun Jimmie
Hanks Horn Lunar Landing - The Wizards*
Are You Dead - Castle River*
Enemies - Hannah Georgas
Partners in Crime - We Were Lovers*
Lost in the Light - Bahamas
Silver Lining - Imaginary Cities
Getcha Good -Jenn Grant
Don't Think - Hollerado
Dreamer - Lightening Dust
Kasparov - Royal Canoe
Love Theme - Foggy Notions*
Too Late - Foam Lake*
Who Are You? - Kathryn Calder
River of Jordan - Seahags
Mind Crumb - Shotgun Jimmie
Public Taser - Shooting Guns
Breezy Day - Fjords
Late - Teen Daze

Playlist for September 30

True Hearts - Foam Lake*
If Raymond Carver Was Born in the '90s - Library Voices*
Synthetica - Metric
Sweetheart - Meisha and the Spanks
Raw Spectacle - Miracle Fortress
Chasing the Sunset - Imaginary Cities
When the Wind Wakes Me - Six Moons Later*
Of  Space and Time - City and Colour
Melted Mixtape - Carbon Dating Service*
The Beat and the Pulse - Austra
Miles and Miles - Deep Dark Woods*
Salty Air - Zachary Lucky*
What Would I have to do - David Myles
Little Liars - Paper Lions
Omega Dog - The Dears
Romantic Rights - Death from Above 1979
Shadow Theatre - Papermaps
Let it Shine on Me - Kacy and Clayton*
Prairie Girl - Rah Rah*
Ghosts - Castle River*

*I had a LOT of local content in both of these shows, because we have a lot to celebrate here in Saskie!*

Also, if you like the idea of Saskatoon music, you should check out a great book by local writer extraordinaire Craig Silliphant. He wrote a book about local tunes, with contribution from some fellow writers (including me! woo!). Check out interviews here, and here and here!

October is on the way. I will be gone for a couple of weeks, but back on October 21!

xo, Kath

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