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Sean Davis Newton’s interview podcast finds him sitting down for in-depth conversations to learn more about Canadian music. Typically he chats with musicians to discuss their latest releases but occasionally he’ll seek out people involved in the music scene is different capacities. A gifted musician and producer in his own right, Newton brings his musical experience with questions that coax out informative tidbits about the latest efforts from Canada’s best and brightest of their respective ...
 
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On this episode of Inside the Artist’s Studio, Sean talks to good friend of the Cups N Cakes Network, Eamon McGrath. Eamon is one of Canada’s hardest working musicians, and he hasn’t slowed down one bit during the the COVID-19 pandemic. He’s been staying sane by writing an enormous amount of music that he’s itching to release, collaborating with mu…
 
On this episode of Inside the Artist’s Studio, Sean talks to Edmonton-based electronic composer, Mathew Cardinal. Mathew put out his first record, Asterisms, in October of 2020, through Arts & Crafts. The record plays like an audio journal, with each song simply titled after the day that it was recorded. Sean and Mathew talk about the improvised, s…
 
On this episode of Inside the Artist’s Studio, Sean talks to Edmonton trio Fitness about their sophomore record “Full Well”, which came out on March 5th, 2021. In the rapid-fire, the band talks about their wariness about social media, the beauty of Gasoline Alley, and how they get their caffeine fix. After that, they cover how the band got started …
 
On this episode of Inside the Artist’s Studio, Sean talks to Vish Khanna about how he went from doing interviews for magazines and radio to starting his own successful interview podcast, Kreative Kontrol. Vish moved to Edmonton just a couple months before the COVID-19 pandemic began, and Sean asks him about getting settled in the city, about bookin…
 
On this episode of Inside the Artist’s Studio, Sean talks to Arlo Maverick about starting his career in Politic Live, transitioning into a solo act, and how he approaches mentorship in the Edmonton music scene. In the rapid-fire, Arlo talks Jamaican rum cake, trusting yourself, and working long hours holding a sign outside of a Dominos Pizza. Recor…
 
On this episode of Inside the Artist’s Studio, Sean talks to the husband and wife team behind The Besnard Lakes, Jace Lacek and Olga Goreas. They chat about their sprawling and lush new LP, The Besnard Lakes are the Last of the Great Thunderstorm Warnings, and at the end of the episode, we highlight the equally sprawling title track from that LP. B…
 
On this episode of Inside the Artist’s Studio, Sean talks to Rudiger and Rick from Edmonton 5-piece country band The Denim Daddies. This episode was the first one recorded after our COVID hiatus way back in June 2020, and Sean talks to the band in his backyard over precisely three beers (all cracked open on mic, of course), and a couple cigarettes.…
 
On this episode of Inside the Artist’s Studio, Sean talks to Aladean Kheroufi about his work as a bassist, producer, and songwriter who is deeply entrenched in the Edmonton independent music scene. He’s played on countless record for Wares, The Velveteins, Baby Jey, and more, and has released two EPs of soulful solo material this year that are both…
 
On this episode of Inside the Artist’s Studio, Sean talks to Mallory Chipman about her new record Aquarian with Mallory Chipman & The Mystics. They talk about Mallory’s background in jazz music, the similarities between jazz and prog, and the best Ethiopian restaurant in Edmonton. Recorded on July 27th, 2020 Featured Track: “Fruits” from AQUARIAN I…
 
On this episode of Inside the Artist’s Studio, Sean talks to all four members of Bad Buddy, one of Edmonton’s finest rock bands. They put out their very first (self-titled) record this past July, and Sean talks to them about the long road to a great record, and what makes Bad Buddy different from the many other projects they’re all involved in. Thi…
 
On this episode of Inside the Artist’s Studio, Sean talks to Cassia Hardy, bandleader and songwriter for Wares. The band is coming off a big year, which included the release of their second album, Survival, and the absolutely glowing reception it has received nationwide, including a place on the Polaris Prize long-list. Sean and Cassia talk about h…
 
On this episode of “Inside the Artist’s Studio”, Sean talks to Edmonton singer-songwriter Marlaena Moore, whose latest record “Pay Attention, Be Amazed!” came out just as the world was being indefinitely put on ice near the end of March. Marlaena joins the show over the phone from Calgary, where she’s been busy demoing new songs, spending lots of t…
 
Welcome back to our very first, post-hiatus, episode of Inside the Artists studio, where Sean Newton talks with, none other than, Cups N Cakes Network founder, Jeff MacCallum. As of this episode, Sean is taking over this show from Jeff, and so you’ll notice all kinds of changes to the format as we start posting episodes with Edmonton music scene lu…
 
An in-depth exploration of the "Jagged Little Pill" Broadway cast recording album. Interviews: Glen Ballard (Album Producer), Elizabeth Stanley (Mary Jane Healy), Sean Allan Krill (Steve Healy), Tom Kitt (Orchestrator, Music Supervisor), Diane Paulus (Director).
 
The world is a very different place from when this interview took place. Today we are releasing a conversation Jeff had back in June 2019 with Saskatoon duo, The FAPS. The interview was conducted during Sled Island of that year and was held all this time to be a promo tool for the 2020 edition of the festival. Sadly we know that the Sled has been c…
 
Partner is a two-piece band comprised of Josée Caron and Lucy Niles who are known for their straight ahead rock anthems peppered with hilarious stories. They exploded onto the Canadian music scene in 2015 with a track called “The Ellen Page”, the music video featured footage of Ellen Page dancing and went viral after being shared by miss Page herse…
 
When Bear Rinehart (NEEDTOBREATHE) initially conceived solo project Wilder Woods, its scale was unclear. “I definitely didn’t have a major label in mind...I didn’t have a tour in mind.” Instead, it started purely as “exploration,” as “scratching the itch.” Here, we explore in great detail how those initial desires grew into both a thrilling, self-t…
 
Today, we’re happy to share the very last interview from the Winterruption Festival that took place in Edmonton at the end of January. Graham Wright, known for his work as the keyboard player in Tokyo Police Club, was bringing his new project Girlfriend Material through town on their first tour to celebrate the release of their album Cool Car in 20…
 
Matt Maeson’s very first performance was anything but traditional. A Chick-fil-A open mic...which he took first place in...which netted him the restaurant's food for a year. “That went away in about three months because all my friends were poor, and they would just jack the coupons.” Believe it or not, but that amusing bit of history might be the m…
 
Sean got the chance to talk to Will, Matt, and Chris from Saskatoon indie-trio Close Talker before their show in Edmonton at the end of November. They met up at The Aviary, and chatted over coffees in the green room about their extraordinary silent, 3D, binaural headphone tour that happened in support of their latest record How Do We Stay Here?. Th…
 
Dany Laj has been championing rock n roll for years with incredible power-pop that gets an audience moving. Alongside his band, The Looks, Laj has toured relentlessly across North America and Europe. This rigorous dedicated to the road has given the band opportunities to meet some amazing people which can sometimes lead to future projects. One such…
 
Chastity’s sophomore album came out this past September, just in time for the Canadian federal election, as the band’s frontman Brandon Williams notes in this interview. It’s a deeply political record and host, Sean Newton gets Williams talking about growing up in the suburbs in Whitby, Ontario, and how that has informed his politics and his songwr…
 
Sean got the chance to sit down with Cups N Cakes favourites Shirley & the Pyramids in Calgary at this year’s Sled Island Festival. Their last album “Pure Pain” was a Pick Of The Week when it came out in June 2018, and we’re excited to debut a new song called “Neverdie” from their forthcoming EP at the end of this episode. The new EP is the first t…
 
Natural Sympathies is the solo project from Regina’s Amber Goodwyn. Under this name, Goodwyn has been picking up steam across the prairies with her ultra-fun live show that incorporates dancers and projections alongside electro-pop perfection. This past June, Jeff was joined by Goodwyn to discuss Natural Sympathies debut album “Porous”, an accompan…
 
Motherhood is a self-described “trio of deep thinking rippers” from Fredericton, New Brunswick and in March they released one of 2019’s best albums entitled, “Dear Bongo”. Sean Newton met up with them at Sled Island 2019 to discuss its loose conceptual structure and the ingenious way they recycle and reuse hooks and narrative threads throughout the…
 
Jeff sits down to talk with Edmonton’s Jim Cuming who makes music under the name Jom Comyn. Cuming talks about his brand new album “Crawl”, which was produced by Chris Dadge. The two also discuss the studio dynamic Cuming had with Chris Dadge while making the album, the slew of guests on the album, and what it’s like to tour Japan. After all that g…
 
Vancouver’s Dumb have been pumping out albums at a break neck speed for the past 4 years. Their latest release, Club Nites, came out on Mint Records this past June, and is an exploration into the ups and downs of the late-night party life. At Sled Island 2019, Jeff met up with the whole band at their hotel to discuss their new record, their relatio…
 
Jeff tracked down Montreal band LAPS for a conversation at Sled Island 2019. The band consists of Heather, Tate, and Scott who join Jeff to discuss their incredible debut album, “Soon Not Often In It” (a former Pick Of The Week), and how Sled Island actually inspired the bands formation. They also paint a picture of the music scene in Fredericton (…
 
Bridal Party’s new album Too Much is one of Sean’s favourite records of 2019 (and it hasn’t even come out yet!); he got the chance to listen to the record before doing this interview at Sled Island 2019. It’s a record where every song is supernaturally likeable; they all twist and turn in a way that’s danceable, unexpected, and completely inevitabl…
 
Astral Swans is a solo project from Calgarian, Matthew Swann whose previous endeavours include Hot Little Rocket, Extra Happy Ghost!! and GOLD. The music he plays as Astral Swans, combines folk leanings with experimental tendencies and swirls them into an indie style that is utterly unique to this project. Alongside the music’s distinct sound is a …
 
Jeff sits down with Contra and Eboshi from Cartel Madras to discuss an immense amount of things kicking off for this hip-hop duo. The two discuss the evolution of their sound, the story behind their signing to SubPop Records (thanks to a show at Sled Island 2018), their plans to break into the Indian music market and the mystery behind the music vi…
 
Jeff sits down with Snake River’s principal songwriter Christopher Sleightholm at the 2019 Sled Island Music Festival. His Regina based band makes psychedelic garage rock a cut above their peers. They’ve been at it for over seven years and have released five full length albums and one EP. The narrative for most the records revolves around Reginald …
 
Joe Vickers came up in the Edmonton music scene busking around town in the early 2000’s before forming one of the cities most beloved bands called Audio Rocketry. Audio Rocketry fused punk and folk together into songs that became instant classics, their music is as equally great for foot stompin’ as it is for moshing. Although they are still an act…
 
Jeff sits down with JP Lancaster and Jared Doherty from Kamloops band At Mission Dolores. The conversation covers the history of the band and their very busy 2019 which saw them release two full length albums and tour Western Canada. Jeff gets them to talk about the music scene that is bubbling up in Kamloops right now and how the two of them are r…
 
On this episode of Inside The Artists Studio, Jeff sits down with Counterfeit Jeans to discuss their long awaited sophomore album, Good Morning (which was recently a “Pick Of The Week”). They discuss their growth as a band and also their love for the Sled Island Music Festival before launching into the rapid-fire. This is not Counterfeit Jeans firs…
 
On this episode of Inside the Artist’s studio, Sean talks to soon-to-be country star Maddie Storvold about her unique experiences in the industry and her new album Flowers, Books, Poetry and the Moon. They chat about the sense of humour in Maddie’s music, and about returning to Canada after spending most her formative years in Dubai. Sean gives Mad…
 
On this episode of Inside The Artists Studio, Jeff sits down with experimental artist Jonathan Kawchuk to discuss his phenomenal 2018 debut North. They talk about the fact that the album was written and recorded in various locations around the globe, which includes the unique final step which took place in a Norwegian forest. They also talk about K…
 
On today’s episode of Inside the Artist’s Studio, Sean talks to Eamon McGrath, who at the time had just finished touring his 2018 album Tantramar. The conversation dives heavily into the art/business of touring and how it taught McGrath just how much his home country has influenced his music. They also look at the difference between music scenes in…
 
On this episode of Inside the Artist’s Studio, Jeff brings in Ian Rowley and Parker Thiessen to talk about their project called Private Investigators and the brand new album they released called The Uncanny Valley. The interview serves dual purposes as Jeff inevitably moves the questioning towards the label they own and operate together called Pseu…
 
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