Episode 8: A South River portrait

An experimental audio documentary about the people and the land around South River, Ontario.

Episode 7: music to let go of [by garbageface]

This episode guest hosted and produced by doom rapper and drone artist garbageface, who reflects on noise, sound, and his experience creating The Drone Room.

Episode 6: The Master Canoe Builder

In this episode I interview Chuck Commanda, master canoe builder at the very end of a teaching stint at the Canadian Canoe Museum.

Episode 5: A live pastiche

Sounds Like Life braves a performance in front of a live studio audience. Featuring live music, and a medley of my favourite sounds from the show.

Episode 4: The one with all the donkeys

The Primrose Donkey Sanctuary near Peterborough gives a home to dozens of donkeys, mules, and miniature horses. Owner Sheila Burns introduces me to them in this episode.

Episode 3: Lac Brochet [by Jeffrey Moore]

My dear friend Jeffrey produced this guest episode reflecting on his life in a small Northern Manitoba community. A time when he struggled with depression, loneliness, and a vast expanse of time to fill.

Protected: Episode 2: Happy birthday, Grandma

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Episode 1: Trans-Canada Trail

Two intrepid cyclists try and fail valiantly to travel from Peterborough to Prince Edward County.

Episode 0: Bay & Bloor

A trumpet player sends his sounds into the flow of the city.