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Elephant Stone, the Seams, Kroy: 5 things every Canadian indie music fan needs to hear
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CBC Music

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December 5, 2016

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A new episode of the CBC Radio 3 Podcast has arrived, featuring an interview with one of Montreal's most dynamic musicians, indie psychedelic stalwart Rishi Dhir of the band Elephant Stone. He talks about the influence playing sitar has had on his songwriting, not being afraid to touch on the political and spiritual in his lyrics, and the sound of their new record, Ship of Fools.

As usual, host Louise Burns will guide you through her five essential things you need to hear this month, which includes cinematic ambient music from Vancouver's Loscil and paisely power pop from new indie supergroup The Seams.

Also, KROY, one half of the Montreal duo Milk & Bone, is here to tell us the story behind her song “Cold” off her debut album Scavenger. Hint: it involves a rather violent fantasy.

Stream the podcast below or listen on iTunes or Stitcher.

Here is the playlist for this episode:

1. KROY “Cold” from Scavenger
2. The Seams “Rememberance Day” from Meet The Seams
3. Loscil “Red Tide” from Monument Builders
4. Austra "Darken Her Horse" from Feel It Break
5. Elephant Stone “Silence Can Say So Much” from Ship of Fools

The psychedelic rock band Elephant Stone look into the camera wearing colourful garments.
Elephant Stone, the Seams, Kroy: 5 things every Canadian indie music fan needs to hear

The latest episode of the CBC Radio 3 podcast is here, featuring an interview with Rishi Dhir of Elephant Stone and new music from Kroy, the Seams and Loscil.

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