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Drawing on 60s psychedelia, 90s grunge and grandiose prog concept albums, Canada’s Ground Level Falcons are a band whose sound is hard to pinpoint. Vocalist, guitarist, and main songwriter Matt Gardiner, takes us on a journey through the conception, creation, and recording of their new album “Skyline”, along the way discussing the band’s history, his own musical beginnings, as well as what has been driving his endeavors in and out of music since he began his journey. Make sure you also check out Matt’s podcast “The Electric Soil Podcast” and my own appearance on his show a little while back.

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Topics discussed in this episode : Pink Floyd | Tommy | Skyline Trail | Canadian Rocky Mountains | Edmonton | Seven Stages Of Grief | The Human Equation | Ayreon | Edmonton Oilers | Jamulus | Prince George, BC | Fraser River | Cinderella | Bon Jovi | Aerosmith | Chris Cornell | Crossroads | Steve Vai | Calgary | Michelangelo | M. Night Shyamalan | Stephen King | Quentin Tarantino

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