SBS Podcast 118

It’s that magical time once again! Back after our break, we’ve got loads of new info for ya!  We’ll be talking about the latest tunes from D’Lemor, RC Morton, and PolloMadeIt on this episode of the show, and spinning a double-shot of Leo Harmonay in addition to cuts from Dave Wirth, Sail Cassady, Torin Muccino, […]Read More

Dave Wirth – “I Won’t Untie The Knots”

Dave Wirth – “I Won’t Untie The Knots” – Single Review I can only imagine the creative place this guy must be in right now. Time and perspective can be such massive assets in making music and so rarely understood for the value they contribute to an artist’s or band’s career.  Think of all the […]Read More

SBS Podcast 096

Another special show for ya today on the SBS Podcast!  Artist Marcelo Camela takes on the audio interview for our Covid Relief Project, we’ll play a brand-new cut from his upcoming record, in addition to a whole lineup of tunes that celebrate instrumental awesomeness in a ton of exciting styles for ya!  Featuring music from […]Read More

SBS Podcast 035

Killer lineup of songs, tons of different styles of music and loads of information about some of the awesome things happening in the independent music-scene including discussing new stuff from Hip-Hop artists Timothy Dark and J Speed, Alt-Rock from Ex-Okay and the Indie sound is represented by new music from Dave Wirth.  Rounding out the […]Read More

Dave Wirth – The Big Heavy

Dave Wirth – The Big Heavy – EP Review It’s a sad yet perfect day to discuss the music of Dave Wirth…so that’s what I’m going with today.  If you’re Canadian…if you’re a fan of The Tragically Hip or if you’ve been lucky enough to hear any of the poetic words from the mind/mouth of […]Read More

SBS Live This Week 059

Come and get some! All new all music episode of SBS Live This Week featuring videos/music from Macedo, Paul The Trombonist, Phillip Foxley, Dave Wirth, The Sunless Sea, Blackout Lights and Zeeb? – also a feature spotlight on the electro-music of M.V.A.!Read More

Dave Wirth – Flutters

Dave Wirth – Flutters – Album Review A new direction in sound for a musician we’ve heard in the past and reviewed in the pages here at sleepingbagstudios – Dave Wirth, formerly one-half of the duo known as Sprightly Moans is back with an all-instrumental solo-album called Flutters.  Definitely a departure from the music we’ve […]Read More

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