Episode 7 – Ready The Prince

Steve and Dan also known as Ready The Prince are bringing back rock music. They’re here to takeover and it’s time you love them.

Quick summary of the episode: they’ve been friends since high school, the wrote a great song about bunnies, what genre is the podcast, science, politics, music? who knows, they’re both drop outs (me too:)), Sweet Child of Mine changed Dan’s life, buffets are the best, Dan is a man of very many talents, you heard it here first, the new Cleopatrick is GREAT, Steve is a lazy shredder and just wants to be a cool bass player, they’re starting a cult (a good one), full time music lifestyle is the main goal.

Ready The Prince at The Horseshoe Tavern February 15th

The king is dead. Ready The Prince are here and taking over the Toronto music scene. With killer lyrics and and awesome stage presence I highly recommend seeing them live. Dan turns into Cousin It with his hair flips, while Steve embodies Tigger with his jumping.

Two of the coolest guys I’ve ever met who truly just love music and have such a passion for what they are doing.

Dan and Steve jamming the hardest.

Hear about everything we discussed AND an acoustic version of ‘All The Love (I Have to Give)’

Upcoming shows:

Sadly they’re touring another country for the next month but they’ll be back with more shows!

Europe/UK tour with Cleopatrick

Follow them at all the @ places

Instagram

Twitter

Facebook

Website

Listen to their new single Teena!

http://smarturl.it/TeenaRtP

AND watch the video!

Episode 2 – Becca

I met Becca, the drummer of Baby Band and front person of Nice Going, a year or two ago online (aka Tinder I think) but we never actually met until this year when we were both getting tattooed (shoutout to outcast club) at the same time right across the isle from each other! We bonded over pain and astrology. They later agreed to join me for a very unspecific podcast episode and it happened and it was great!!

Quick summary of the (really great) episode: They like: bad/dad jokes, snacks and weed. They dislike: sushi (unless they’re in the very specific mood). They would start a cult where the day -to-day would include a lotta snacks and lots of weed. They’re learning to play the drums, and really like tacos. Also Nice Going might go on a tour (???) Also Becca and I discuss our nipple piercings and how we disappoint our mothers.

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Baby Band, Jan 25th at Owl’s Club.

Two weeks ago Becca and they’re bandmates in Baby Band (who get there name because they’re all “babies” since they’re all learning a new instrument) played their first ever show and I had the privilege of being able to go see them rock the house down. I can say that they honestly killed it!

The band opened for another Toronto based-band Pax, who were releasing a cassette tape that night. (They also rocked it)

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The venue had a disco ball!! (Owl’s Club)

Make sure you support your friends and go to their shows! You’ll regret it if you don’t!

Becca is on the second episode of musicable! Listen to it here and learn so much about Becca and specifically here their song about clothes!

Follow them on all their socials!

Becca: Twitter 

Baby Band

Episode 1 – Jad

Jad and I met at a mutual friends party and spent almost 2 hours talking about music, the industry and our passion for it. This podcast was basically an idea that came after that conversation!

Quick summary of the episode: Jad likes: emotions, buffalo mozzarella, and the Backstreet Boys, dislikes: LITERALLY NOTHING. He would start a cult where everyone spends their days loving and supporting each other (aka a sex cult). He plans to start overlapping into other art mediums to express himself, so look out for some rad art created by Jad!

Jad – January 30th at The Horseshoe Tavern

Last week Jad played a show with Emily Rose and Sean Bertram at The Horseshoe Tavern. It was his last show until spring as he is working on some new things, that I personally cannot wait to hear! He played some new songs as well as covered Frank Oceans ‘Ivy’. It was an amazing show as you can see from the hair flip below.

Jad has one of the most insightful and beautiful souls of anyone I’ve ever met. He’s not afraid to feel his emotions and it shows through his music. He is moved by people and the way they live and he wrote a song about it, Lydia. When he introduced this song, his eyes became glassy and you could feel the emotion in his voice throughout the whole song.

Jad has luscious hair as illustrated by the hair flip above.

Hear Jad on the first episode of musicable here!

And follow him on all his socials!

Instagram

Twitter

Check him out on Spotify!