(0:00 - 2:45) Intro, and big thanks to my friend Jon!
(2:46 - 7:26) WHY - Big Thunder, No Rain (single, 2008)
(7:27 - 11:12) Jay Clark and the Jones - Don't Wanna Leave It
(11:13 - 13:15) Troy Sinister - Living Dead
(13:16 - 14:48) Kevin chatting about Winter Gloves
(14:49 - 17:27) Winter Gloves - Factories (from their 2008 CD, About a Girl)
(17:28 - 30:11) Kevin chats with Charles F from Winter Gloves about how the band grew from being his own private bedroom project into one of the hottest bands in Canada. We also hear his take on the Montreal music scene, and how sometimes, you have to use cheap crappy instruments to get some wicked tone.
(30:12 - 32:38) Winter Gloves - Let Me Drive (from their 2008 CD, About a Girl)
(32:39 - 33:56) Outro. Thanks for listening folks!
The Ruckus Blog: http://www.kevinmcgowan.ca
Winter Gloves: http://www.myspace.com/wintergloves
Paper Bag Records: http://www.paperbagrecords.com/
Troy Sinister: http://www.myspace.com/troysinister
Jay Clark and the Jones: http://www.myspace.com/jayclarkandthejones
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