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Feb 18, 2020

Former Wargasm bassist, writer, and friend of the show Bob Mayo joins me this week on NSTS to chat about more songs I've never heard.   

Regular listeners will remember that Bob has told some pretty courageous personal stories on the show previously, and that he's an incredibly authentic individual. Recently he was...


Feb 10, 2020

As discussed last week on NSTS, 1991 was the year that grunge exploded. However, the scene was still very much in its infancy - hard rock and heavy metal were still the most dominant version of rock.

So this week, in addition to talking about U2, Garth Brooks, and Lollapalooza, we look at the two most powerful heavy...


Feb 3, 2020

I'm pretty stoked about this week's episode, which focuses on the rise of the Grunge movement of 1991 - the stories behind how Nirvana, Pearl Jam, and other acts came to found this musical movement.  

The most interesting aspect of what people understood to be 'grunge' is that many of the bands thought to represent the...


Jan 27, 2020

Guitarist and friend of the show Greg Fraser calls in to NSTS this week. He's got a brand new band called Storm Force, with a brand new record, Age of Fear - and it's been getting a lot of attention around the world since its release last week.

Because he's such a great Canadian, Fraze brings in five Canuck tunes that...


Jan 21, 2020

This week on No Sleep 'til Sudbury, I examine the year of 1978 through some of the most bizarre and fascinating events that shaped it musically, including Richard Branson trying to have Sex Pistols singer Johnny Rotten join Devo as their new singer after the Pistols broke up.

The facts behind the untimely deaths of Sid...