Check out these scenes I wrote for The Irrelevant Show on CBC radio:
Two more of my sketches were broadcast by the Irrelevant Show in February. There’s going to a large batch of my scenes airing in the coming weeks so stay tuned.
Here’s the first iteration of ‘Future Reviews’ that aired back in January:
The Irrelevant Show is a sketch comedy show that airs on CBC Radio One’s national airwaves. The show returns for a fifth season,performing and recording in front of live audiences across Canada.
I am a contributing writer on the 2016 season. New episodes began airing in January and there is already a sketch of mine that you can listen to, A Future Review of Jurassic Park.
I visited my friend Phill Hood‘s new home studio and while there we recorded a song of mine.
So sad that the project is over. During the last four weeks, Alex and I have released four new songs written in just seven days.
This last song is my favourite. I like the groove, the tone, and it rocks out at the end. We appreciate all comments, so please leave one on the Youtube page. Thank you for listening.
So, you heard the first two songs Alexandra and I wrote and while you thought they sounded good they weren’t really your thing. After all, neither of them were songs about white privilege written in the style of traditional Irish folk music.
Well, then this one’s for you: a sea shanty about law school.
Every week in May, Alex Fotopoulos and I released a song we wrote and recorded in seven days.
This week’s song was fun to put together. During the arranging, we stripped it down to bare bones and built it back up again. Enjoy.
In June 2014, Alexandra Fotopoulos and I will release a new song each week. By the end, four new songs will be written, arranged, and recorded in just seven days. Think of it like National Novel Writing Month but with music.
Here is first song from week number one. It’s called ‘Alive’.
This month my friend and I embark on a musical exercise: four weeks, four new songs.