This week on Milk and Vodka, we had Windsor artist Den-Igan in the studio with us. She answered some questions for us on what it’s like to be a solo-female artist living in Windsor.
She also played some songs for us from her new album, such as Sunshine Dan and Pancakes no Heartache.
Den-Igan was so much fun to have in the studio, she shared lots of stores and advice to our listeners and her music is a beautiful mix of melodic acoustic guitar and powerful vocals. We also had her pick out some music that inspired her, so we heard Crissi Cochrine and Lilly Frost.
If you missed the show, check out the archive at cjam.ca
She Keeps Bees' self titled album
artist: Kalle Mattson song: Sunshine album: Archers
artist: She Keeps Bees song: Sister Beware album: She Keeps Bees
artist: Bell song: Meaninglessness album: Diamonite
artist: Maria Kasstan song: Mother’s Lament album: Gamma Knif
artist: the bicycles song: Once was Not Enough album: Oh no, its Love
artist: Kenny Arkana song: Victoria
artist: the Cursed Arrows song: Earthlings album: telepathic High Five
artist: Tara Watts song: Hail Outside album: About Love
artist: Perielle song: Fog like This album: Fog like This
artist: Furs song: Level 1 album: Streets of Rage
This week we discussed environmental racism, with a feminist perspective to explore the issues around the Tar Sands project and the Keystone Pipeline.
Luisa Matia's album Lero-Lero
artist: scratching post song: get with the program album: flame thrower
artist: the violet archers song: truth album: sunshine at night
artist: they shoot horses don’t they song: seeds album: boo hoo hoo boo
artist: the superfantastics song: turn me on and lullaby punch album: choose your destination
artist: Luisa Matia song: Lero-Lero album: Lero-Lero
artist: Bamboleo song: recupacita album: Ya No Hace Falta
artist: Perielle song: Salt Mine album: S/T
artist: Jackie Robitaille song: Vanity album: Take a step Closer
artist: gore gore girls song: all grown up album: burning memories
Also on today’s show we talked about feminist buzz words equity , equality (the difference between the two explained here) and sexism.
We also looked at feminism from the perspectives of bell hooks and Jessica Yee
To celebrate Pride Week in Windsor, today’s show focused on musicians from the LGBT community and sex positive musicians.
Lesbians on Ecstasy's album "We Know you Know"
artist: Queen Latifa song: UNITY album: Black Reign
artist: Lady Soverign song: My England album: public warning
artist: Rhythm Method song: too small album: Celebrities with Low Self Esteem
artist: Invincible song: Recognize album: Shape Shifters
artist: Peaches song: Boys Wanna Be Her album: Impeach my Bush
artist: Lesbians on Ecstasy song: Sisters in the Struggle album: We Know you Know
artist: the Blow song: Moon is there, I am here album: Bonus Album
artist: Coco Rosie song: Lemonade album: Grey Oceans
artist: Tegan and Sara song: the first album: The Business of Art song: On Directing album: Sainthood
We were lucky enough to have Crissi Cochrane in the studio with us on Monday July 4th. We hung out and asked her some questions on what its like to be a solo female artist in the music scene, and she played some of her new songs for us in studio. She was as delightful as her music.
We met up with Crissi before the show, who picked out some music. Here are some of Crissi’s choices.
dont forget, if you missed the show, download the archive at cjam.ca