Danny Kongos of alternative rock band, Kongos, joins us on this episode of The Adamantium Podcast. We discuss their latest album 1929: Part 1, and why it requires three parts in total. We also talk about their digital documentary series Bus Call, touring with his brothers, being the baby of an incredibly talented musical family, their South African roots, and keeping up with worldly music.
Alternative artist Gnash spreads his positive vibes on this episode of The Adamantium Podcast. We discuss the release of his first studio album, We, the follow up to his three EPs U, Me, and Us. We also talk about his musical roots, starting a career as a teenager, creating Billboard chart topping hits from his garage, connecting with his fans, and his Broken Hearts Club.
Toronto sweetheart restauranteurs, Chef Nuit & Jeff Regular, the masterminds behind THE BEST Thai food in Toronto (and maybe even the planet) and four must-visit restaurants in the city: Pai, Sukhothai, Saabai Saabai, and Kiin, join us on this episode of The Adamantium Podcast. They tell us the story of how their adventure and life together all started on the back of an elephant. We go through their history from their very first location in Thailand, Curry Shack, to their newest location, Kiin,...
Canadian singer-songwriter and frontman of The Lowest of the Low, Ron Hawkins, joins us on this episode of The Adamantium Podcast. We discuss the release of their box set collection “Shakespeare My Box,” being an independent artist in Toronto for three decades, giving the middle finger to corporate music, and violent 80s gigs. We also talk about his second calling as a painter, his previous job shovelling rats out of a bottling plant, and admitting your not a fan of “must like” Canadian music.