IN THE CUT EP. 62 | 🍦Boslen🍦

As a teenager, Boslen’s goals were focused on sports: he attended the University of Victoria on a rugby scholarship and played on the Team Canada Rugby team. After he suffered back-to-back ACL tears that sabotaged his scholarship and plans for a future in sports, Boslen dropped out of school, moved to Vancouver, and began writing music as an emotional outlet. After independently dropping mixtapes and an EP between 2018 and 2019, Boslen garnered millions of streams and international attention.

On DUSK to DAWN, he finds his sound and flexes his vulnerability. Boslen, goes over some of the larger themes of the project and how he linked up with Rascalz. Together we decide our Top 5 KiD CuDi songs and he drops some special gems for Wednesday Wisdom.

IN THE CUT EP.61 | 🍦 Laroie🍦

Gab Godon first made her mark as part of the Heartstreets duo and after many years of working and collaborating with different artists, she decided to dare to make solo music and unveiled Laroie. We discuss ‘Speed of Life’ and all the different places it takes you to.

This project has the ambition to bring people together through songs that make them feel good. Laroie lets us in on some of the themes of the EP and leaves us with a golden gem for Wednesday Wisdom.

This is our first in-person interview since the beginning of the pandemic.

IN THE CUT EP. 60 | 🍦 Jimmy Cliff🍦

In this very special episode we talk to a living legend, Jimmy Cliff. He is one of only two Jamaican Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees. Cliff tells us about the origins of Beverley Records and the story behind his moniker.

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The Cool Table EP. 186 | 🍦THE.QUARTZ🍦

​This episode includes new music from Jon Vinyl, Ezra Jordan, Laroie, Drake, & DVSN. It also featured a short clip of our interview with Vancouver rapper Boslen. 

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