Centre Street show

Centre Street

Summary: Current Affairs programme produced by Canadians with artist interviews and somewhat serious journalism. Our Reporters Phillip Hong is a dedicated freelancer since the start of his journalism history four years ago. He is now published in a few good publications, as well as hosting and reporting for internet radio. Michael Huynh has the independent spirit. Bringing his maverick ideas to this programme, Mike will be serious, not serious, and follow a less stressful approach to internet radio with Centre Street. He has been in internet radio since 2003.

Podcasts:

 Episode 8 - Tristan Ridley | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 519

He was a candidate for the New Democratic Party in Alberta. Keswick native Tristan Ridley is back in the GTA, and he's got much to say about Afghanistan.

 Episode 8 - Tristan Ridley | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 519

He was a candidate for the New Democratic Party in Alberta. Keswick native Tristan Ridley is back in the GTA, and he's got much to say about Afghanistan.

 Show 7 (Series Ender) - Jeff from Your Favorite Enemies | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1017

There it is. For the past four years, we have served you with bits of current affairs and plenty of indie interviews, and now we're moving on. AM/PM with Phillip Hong and Michael Huynh starts later this year, which will feature a music mix as well as interview quotes, so please keep a lookout on our renamed Centre Street on this page. Your Favorite Enemies is part of Canadian Music Week in Toronto. If you read this in time, they'll be at: - The Fifth Social Club/Cabin Five on March 11th (11 pm), 225 Richmond Street W, Toronto - The Hard Rock Cafe at Yonge-Dundas Square on March 12th (1 am), 279 Yonge St, Toronto - The Neutral Lounge on March 13th (10 pm), 349 College Street, Toronto On behalf of all of us at Centre Street, thanks for listening. Be back soon...

 Show 7 (Series Ender) - Jeff from Your Favorite Enemies | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1017

There it is. For the past four years, we have served you with bits of current affairs and plenty of indie interviews, and now we're moving on. AM/PM with Phillip Hong and Michael Huynh starts later this year, which will feature a music mix as well as interview quotes, so please keep a lookout on our renamed Centre Street on this page. Your Favorite Enemies is part of Canadian Music Week in Toronto. If you read this in time, they'll be at: - The Fifth Social Club/Cabin Five on March 11th (11 pm), 225 Richmond Street W, Toronto - The Hard Rock Cafe at Yonge-Dundas Square on March 12th (1 am), 279 Yonge St, Toronto - The Neutral Lounge on March 13th (10 pm), 349 College Street, Toronto On behalf of all of us at Centre Street, thanks for listening. Be back soon...

 Show 6 - David Pavia | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 600

Some people believe that music sets a mood within a room. With music on a audible volume being pumped out from track to track, an artist not only creates sound waves but can bring a lot to the unseen. An artist can bring joy, sadness, happiness, even anger. David Pavia holds an interesting flavour when it comes to producing music. As an indie artist, David has painted the canvas in quite a contrasting manner. Emotions are without shortage as he mixes elements that normally aren't supposed to mend together. "I've always loved Rock and Roll, first and foremost. My music is probably a little bit less loud than what's kind of contemporary and what a lot of people are listening to at the moment. To me, they were never really just about being loud, they were always about transmitting something, transmitting meaning." "Whether music is harder or softer is really kind of unimportant. It's just kind of inspires you, what comes through you."

 Show 6 - David Pavia | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 600

Some people believe that music sets a mood within a room. With music on a audible volume being pumped out from track to track, an artist not only creates sound waves but can bring a lot to the unseen. An artist can bring joy, sadness, happiness, even anger. David Pavia holds an interesting flavour when it comes to producing music. As an indie artist, David has painted the canvas in quite a contrasting manner. Emotions are without shortage as he mixes elements that normally aren't supposed to mend together. "I've always loved Rock and Roll, first and foremost. My music is probably a little bit less loud than what's kind of contemporary and what a lot of people are listening to at the moment. To me, they were never really just about being loud, they were always about transmitting something, transmitting meaning." "Whether music is harder or softer is really kind of unimportant. It's just kind of inspires you, what comes through you."

 Show 5 - Jory Rose | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 240

Jory Rose is probably not the kind of person you'd think of when it comes to the indie stereotype. On the contrary, his musical style compliments professional acts, and there is no obvious difference in quality. This is what makes him unique. As an indie singer, fans adore him for possesing such a soulful, passionate voice. Some even compare his singing style to Tom Jones, and he definitely does fit the bill.

 Show 5 - Jory Rose | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 240

Jory Rose is probably not the kind of person you'd think of when it comes to the indie stereotype. On the contrary, his musical style compliments professional acts, and there is no obvious difference in quality. This is what makes him unique. As an indie singer, fans adore him for possesing such a soulful, passionate voice. Some even compare his singing style to Tom Jones, and he definitely does fit the bill.

 Show 4 - Representing Toronto | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 600

Sleek, and smooth. That's what ReDuX is in two words. Incorporating genres such as jazz with guitar riffing, their music is similar to a latin tango with a more contemporary taste. Creating a unique style from a high array of genres, and instrumentals, Bret and Eddie are definitely making music you can relate to in many ways. Phil recently talked to Bret and Eddie of ReDuX about their inspiration in creating their "Style pas comme les autres" -- Style unlike any other as well as their origins within Canadian Music itself.

 Show 4 - Representing Toronto | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 600

Sleek, and smooth. That's what ReDuX is in two words. Incorporating genres such as jazz with guitar riffing, their music is similar to a latin tango with a more contemporary taste. Creating a unique style from a high array of genres, and instrumentals, Bret and Eddie are definitely making music you can relate to in many ways. Phil recently talked to Bret and Eddie of ReDuX about their inspiration in creating their "Style pas comme les autres" -- Style unlike any other as well as their origins within Canadian Music itself.

 Show 3 - Hope In The Heart | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1017

SHOW 3 - HOPE IS IN THE HEART For Winnipeg native Ann Burstyn, lead singer of the popular indie group DREAM ARIA, music forms a large part of her life. We asked her a few questions and she answered them back gracefully. However, like the independent spirit, you could say... she self-interviewed herself. Hosted by Phillip Hong.

 Show 3 - Hope In The Heart | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1017

SHOW 3 - HOPE IS IN THE HEART For Winnipeg native Ann Burstyn, lead singer of the popular indie group DREAM ARIA, music forms a large part of her life. We asked her a few questions and she answered them back gracefully. However, like the independent spirit, you could say... she self-interviewed herself. Hosted by Phillip Hong.

 Show 2 - Singapore Rebel | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 856

SINGAPORE REBEL "Our intentions [are] basically to have a peaceful rally. We hope the police will co-operate... This is the right of every Singaporean..." We are privileged here to have our democratic rights honoured. Except for the occasional violent protest, all is peaceful in the West. So why should we worry about politics in the island state of Singapore? For Dr. Chee Soon Juan, an opposition leader, bankruptcy and jail were the answers to opposing the long-ruling People's Action Party. For so long, citizens have sacrified some of their freedoms in favour of economic benefits. This, according to Martyn See Tong Ming, filmaker of "Singapore Rebel". However, "Singapore Rebel" has been banned by a law in the asian city state for being 'partisan'. What is going on in this modern economic land? We have an interview with Mr. See. Phillip Hong reports.

 Show 2 - Singapore Rebel | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 856

SINGAPORE REBEL "Our intentions [are] basically to have a peaceful rally. We hope the police will co-operate... This is the right of every Singaporean..." We are privileged here to have our democratic rights honoured. Except for the occasional violent protest, all is peaceful in the West. So why should we worry about politics in the island state of Singapore? For Dr. Chee Soon Juan, an opposition leader, bankruptcy and jail were the answers to opposing the long-ruling People's Action Party. For so long, citizens have sacrified some of their freedoms in favour of economic benefits. This, according to Martyn See Tong Ming, filmaker of "Singapore Rebel". However, "Singapore Rebel" has been banned by a law in the asian city state for being 'partisan'. What is going on in this modern economic land? We have an interview with Mr. See. Phillip Hong reports.

 Show 1 - Ivory Tower Project | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 600

Show 1 - Ivory Tower Project

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