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Culture junkies Mark Anthony Green and Matthew Trammell host a weekly conversation on the highs and lows of music, style, nightlife, art and everything in between. Featuring interviews with men and women from across the cultural spectrum, Rich Friend elevates the podcast to a lifestyle—a conversation you won’t find anywhere else. Brought to you by Tequila Avión
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Leah Hennessy is a New Orleans-based musician writing some amazing music both solo and with her trio project, The By and By. A graduate of New England Conservatory of Music, Leah is the interim Executive Director of Music Box Village in New Orleans. Her upcoming EP "before / during / still" is a meditation on separation and longing from the first s…
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In this episode, Friendly Rich speaks with Dutch avant-garde composer and legendary performance artist Jaap Blonk. The talk focuses mostly on Blonk's expertise in performing Kurt Schwitters' seminal 1932 sound poem "Ursonate". Blonk is one of the great masters in performing the Ursonate. We get into it and much more. Enjoy this saunter into the wil…
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We kick off 2024 with an inspiring talk from singer, songwriting, coach and overall creative soul, the great Kristine Schmitt. She's worked for years supporting other great artists such as Bob Wiseman (Episode 19), Fiver and more, she's been writing and releasing her own incredible records for over a decade to critical acclaim! A lovely early morni…
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He's worked with everybody from The Arcade Fire to The Hidden Cameras to Zoon. In this episode, we go post-cello with the great Michael Peter Olsen. His new record "Narrative of a Nervous System" is out now on Hand Drawn Dracula and it's receiving rave reviews. We talk touring, production, venues, new projects, the value in a good deadline, early d…
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A lovely chat on a hot summer night with Macula Dog, from their respective studios in Queens and Brooklyn, New York. We talk with Ben & Matt about their recent tour experiences, their process in creating a super-unique sound, and how to stay true to yourself as artists. The real deal, coming at you in stereo, it's MACULA DOG!…
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We get into it with one of the greats in American experimental music...Weasel Walter! Centred around his work leading The Flying Luttenbachers, this discussion goes deep into the persistence and struggle that it takes to be an artist in a challenging industry. It's hot outside, spend some time in the underground with Weasel Walter!…
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Surprise! Let's get into the story of Vivienne Wilder. This episode unpacks her incredible career to date, from Bach to Lizee to Zeppelin to her own music, Vivienne's musical diet is rich. An open discussion about creativity, the joys and challenges that come with it. We drop some bombs in this episode, including love announcements, preparing fan m…
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Such a lovely talk with Nobu Adilman. The self-proclaimed professional amateur has lived many artistic lives, from hosting ZED on CBC to founding Choir! Choir! Choir! we talk about how he fell in love with creativity, and the influence of his family. We discuss the importance of rejection and ridicule in any career. Buckle up, this one's full of wi…
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It's release day! Friendly Rich's MAN OUT OF TIME is now available on all streaming services and vinyl (ships internationally from https://friendlyrich.bandcamp.com/album/man-out-of-time)Go behind the scenes with Rich in this special episode to listen to each track, and some bonus material! Check out live dates at https://friendlyrich.com/tour/…
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A supercut edition of Industry Tactics, dedicated to the memory of Mendelson Joe. This episode features appearances by Selina Martin, Maylee Todd, Trevor Dunn, Dave Clark, The Nihilist Spasm Band, Allison Cameron, R. Murray Schafer, Kid Koala, Bob Wiseman, Annelise Noronha, Nicole Rampersaud, Hawksley Workman, Renaldo & The Loaf, Homer Flynn, Robin…
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Described by some as a “Renaissance Woman”, multi-talented Terra Hazelton is a Canadian singer, Genie Nominated actress, and radio personality. Originally from B.C., Terra became involved in professional theatre and comedy at the ripe age of 14, studying with the Internationally acclaimed Loose Moose Theatre Company. It was at that time she made fr…
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A lovely little conversation with painter extraordinaire, Gregory Jacobsen. We discuss that beautiful line between visual art and experimental music, which Gregory has explored in such projects as Lovely Little Girls and Ritualistic School of Errors. From gregoryjacobsen.com "The work is absurd, grotesque, and a bit brutal, but I try to bring the v…
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What a dynamic discussion with composer, performer, bandleader and lovely human - Sam Shalabi. Sam Shalabi is an Egyptian-Canadian composer, improviser and guitarist living between Montreal and Cairo. Starting out during the late 70s punk era, his work has evolved into an experimental synthesis of modern Arabic Music that incorporates free improvis…
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An incredible discussion with composer and musician, Melody McKiver. Melody’s musical work integrates electronics with Western classical music to shape a new genre of Anishinaabe compositions. A proud member of Obishikokaang Lac Seul First Nation, Melody is currently Assistant Professor of Indigenous Music (tenure-track) with the Desaultels Faculty…
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Friendly Rich sits with Mr. Let's Paint TV himself, John Kilduff from his studio in LA to talk about independent art and culture. John ran his own live public access show which continues to this day on YouTube and other platforms. He's painted alongside special guests such as Eric André, Zach Galifianakis and more, usually while on a treadmill or s…
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A rare live taping of Industry Tactics! From Sept 16th 2022, co-presented by Guelph Jazz Festival and IICSI (International Institute for Critical Studies in Improvisation), this incredible episode expands upon our first chat (Ep. 62) with talented creative force - Nicole Rampersaud. We talk whale music, adjusting to East Coast living, perfect pitch…
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An inspiring chat with Italian composer, performer and scholar, Luciano Chessa. We discuss his music education, his professional career and of course, the Italian Futurists. Chessa wrote the renowned book "Luigi Russolo, Futurist: Noise, Visual Arts, and the Occult", we discuss Russolo and the Futurists at length. Let's get noisy with the mastic tr…
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We sit down with jazz legend Brodie West to unpack some of his early jobs, his music education and even a phone call from his father. What a career in music, from studying noise (and jazz) at the Amsterdam Music Conservatory with Misha Mengelberg, to musical encounters with percussionist Han Bennink as well as The Ex -- Brodie has led such a rich m…
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A talk with a true creative polymath, Keram Malicki Sanchez. We talk about his unique musical path, working with such artists as Alex Lifeson (Rush), Carmine Rojas (David Bowie) and much more. This episode certainly celebrates longevity in the creative arts. From his early days acting on the hit television series Catwalk, through to running a recor…
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A great chat with Jay Pennington (aka Rusty Lazer), a New Orleans-based musician and organizer. He’s best known as the live DJ and creative partner of Sissy Bounce rapper Nicky Da B, and as the onetime manager of Big Freedia. In 2006 he co-founded the artist-driven nonprofit organization New Orleans Airlift. He helped create the Music Box Village, …
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From Rhino Party HQ we catch up with their fierce leader, Sébastien CoRhino. We not only talk about some inside party tactics, we also unpack his career in music with the collective LE GGRIL out of Rimouski, Quebec. Sébastien does a COVID test during the episode, and pure chaos oozes from nostril from there: including an historic appointment, a thi…
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We get to talk with an accordion legend, Michael Ward-Bergeman a passionate performer, songwriter and composer. In 2011 he launched his GIG 365 project, which saw him performing at least one gig for every day of 2011. Performances took place at an incredibly diverse range of venues in over thirty-five states and nine countries. Highlights included …
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Friendly Rich catches up with the great experimental artist Vicky Mettler, aka Kee Avil from her hometown of Montreal. They discuss her process and what led to her upcoming release "Crease" which comes out next Friday March 11, 2022. You get a sneak peak today into the wacky world of producer, guitarist and artist extraordinaire -- Kee Avil. Enjoy!…
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From his bunker in San Francisco, we catch up with the godfather of weird, the elder statesperson of experimental music, the reason for the season -- none other than Homer Flynn.Homer Flynn is an American artist, graphic designer and businessman who is a founding member, co-owner and President of The Cryptic Corporation; the management firm who hav…
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This talk with Hugh Marsh goes all over the place, from his work on the Armageddon score to 3am phone calls from Robert Palmer. Hugh Marsh has had some incredible adventures in music, playing with everybody from Loreena McKennitt, The Rheostatics, Bruce Cockburn and more. Hugh shares some very important tactics in this episode, as he prepares to re…
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Shanika Maria is a queer Black singer-songwriter, producer and creator currently based in Toronto. Her lyrics are contemplative and introspective. She is influenced by music across genres, borrowing sounds and ideas from country, folk, jazz, classical, latin and electronic music. She is interested in integrating new styles and ways of creating musi…
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On his way to Nova Scotia to start afresh, we catch up with trombonist, composer and producer, Tom Richards about his incredible musical career to date. We go from Moosejaw, to Boston, to Toronto, to Nova Scotia! His "Unfolding River" a ten-year ongoing series of 81 compositions based on the Tao te Ching of Lao Tzu is a work of true beauty that we …
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What a special talk with Canadian trumpeter, improviser, prolific composer, and bandleader Lina Allemano. From her flat in Berlin, we discussed how she has shaped her life as a creative musician. With an active international career, performing and recording cutting-edge contemporary music primarily in experimental, conceptual, improvised and jazz s…
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He's a tour guide, he's punk, he's jazz, and everything in between - Jaymz Bee shows us all how to live a creative life to its fullest. Learn how he does it, his tactics, his philosophy, he is a very generous artist and he does not skimp today on sharing how to keep it weird! An deep dive that barely scratches the surface on the many lives of Jaymz…
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Legendary songwriter Ron Sexsmith shares much of his learning to date, from a rich career in music that spans over three decades. We talk about his early days, working with various producers like Mitchell Froom, Tchad Blake and many others. A generous artist and national treasure, hope you enjoy this very special episode with Ron Sexsmith!…
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The final of our partnership with the Guelph Jazz Festival, this an insightful chat with festival founder, Dr. Ajay Heble. From his chalet in the Gaspé, Dr. Heble unravels his early career, what led him to the City of Guelph, and the rest is history.Ajay Heble is Director of the International Institute for Critical Studies in Improvisation and Prof…
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