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Whitehorse in conversation and Windsor harvests the FAM

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... Wait, it's October already? Well, lucky for you, the best way to enjoy the fall weather is to slip on a sweater and curl up with Whitehorse's new album, The Fate of the World Depends on This Kiss. Today, I've got a chat with the duo of Melissa McClelland and Luke Doucet (left) -- we talk everything from how the album got its dramatic name to what it's REALLY like for the married couple when they're in the studio recording.


Along with the interview, you'll hear part of the band's awesome CBC Music Cabin Rehearsals, recorded at a cabin on Lake Eerie. Find the whole session here, and check out one of the videos here:




This weekend and next, Windsor's in full festival mode as Harvesting the FAM hits the city. Allison Brown, singer-songwriter and freelancer extraordinaire, gives us a taste of what the festival's like. Check out the Harvesting the FAM website for a full lineup.


And contests, contests, contests! Ottawa listeners, be sure to check out the Lynn Miles contest on the All in a Day website to win a chance to sing live on stage with Lynn later this month.


And if you want to EXPAND YOUR BANDWIDTH with a live studio session on this show, check out the blog post above!




- Whitehorse plays the National Arts Centre in Ottawa on February 20th; Massey Hall in Toronto on March 2nd

- The Born Ruffians (fronted by Luke Lalonde) are playing through Ontario in November, details on their website


And that's about it for this week -- be sure to check out the EXPAND YOUR BANDWIDTH contest and tell your favourite local musicians to enter!




Playlist for October 6th, 2012


Theme: MICHIGAN LEFT - Arkells

DAY YOU DIE - Lindi Ortega

Sting: ACHILLES' DESIRE - Whitehorse

INTERVIEW - Whitehorse


INTERVIEW - Whitehorse

NO GLAMOUR IN THE HAMMER - Whitehorse (live)

INTERVIEW - Whitehorse

DEVIL'S GOT A GUN - Whitehorse (live)

Sting: ALL BOATS DON'T RISE - Loon Choir

UNDONE - Luke Lalonde

Sting: REUNION - Papermaps


RESCUE ME - The Unquiet Dead

Sting: SORT IT OUT - Fevers


And the Track to Start Your Saturday Night...

LITTLE BIRD - Lynn Miles