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This Aint a Picnic via Goldenvoice for use by 360 Magazine

This Ain’t No Picnic Festival

Goldenvoice is thrilled to announce their newest festival for 2022: This Ain’t No Picnic, coming August 27 and 28 to the Shady Oaks and Parkland of Brookside at the Rose Bowl. The team behind Coachella, Stagecoach, Cruel World and Just Like Heaven have an unrivaled talent for crafting eclectic line-ups and unique destination festivals, and the magic continues when This Ain’t No Picnic returns to Los Angeles, featuring six stages of artists from the past, present, and future spanning cutting-edge indie, hip-hop, dance, underground and everything in-between.

Headliners The Strokes and LCD Soundsystem are joined by Le Tigre, who are reuniting for their first performance in 12 years, hometown hero Phoebe Bridgers, IDLES, Courtney Barnett, Caroline Polachek, Honey Dijon, Four Tet x Floating Points in a rare, combined DJ set, Yves Tumor, Descendents, Wet Leg, Genesis Owusu, Turnstile, Hana Vu, and many more, plus a sixth “stage” for Despacio, a custom-built disco sound system designed by James Murphy and team. This Ain’t No Picnic offers a unique setting for both icons and new discoveries, bridging multiple genres, and mirroring the wide but discerning tastes of Los Angeles music fans.

The name is a nod to one of Goldenvoice’s earliest festivals, launched in Irvine, California in 1999, the same year as Coachella. The youthful exuberance and energy from that festival lives on, as This Ain’t No Picnic 2022 brings together the talent buying team of Goldenvoice’s Stacy Vee, Jenn Yacoubian, and Rene Contreras to celebrate all of the artists they love across one glorious weekend.  This Ain’t No Picnic’s lineup is the perfect combination of the best cutting edge, up-and-coming artists alongside iconic bands who continue to create boundary-pushing new music.

2-Day GA tickets start at $299 + fees and 2-Day VIP are $799 + fees. Secure your ticket at only $49.99 down. Choose the payment plan at checkout to break your total into monthly installments.

Experience The Clubhouse at Brookside: the best festival experience featuring an indoor air-conditioned hideaway, adjacent parking, private entrance, welcome tote bag with specialty items, festival concierge service, panoramic views of multiple stages, food and beverage tastings, and more. This ticket also grants you exclusive access to an intimate upfront guest viewing area at multiple stages. The Clubhouse ticket provides an abundance of the top-offerings the festival has to offer. 2-Day Clubhouse tickets are $1,199 + fees. Clubhouse access is 21+ only.

The festival’s stellar line up will include performances by (in ABC order):

  1. Arooj Aftab
  2. Avalon Emerson
  3. Beach House
  4. Brandon
  5. Caroline Polachek
  6. Circle Jerks
  7. Courtney Barnett
  8. Danilo Plessow (MCDE)
  9. Dave P
  10. Dawn Richard
  11. Deafheaven
  12. Descendents
  13. Despacio
  14. Earl Sweatshirt
  15. Ethel Cain
  16. Eyedress
  17. Four Tet + Floating Points
  18. Fundido
  19. Genesis Owusu
  20. Gerd Janson
  21. Girl Ultra
  22. Godford
  23. Godspeed You! Black Emperor
  24. Hana Vu
  25. Honey Dijon
  26. IDLES
  27. Indigo De Souza
  28. Isaiah Rashad
  29. Jorja Smith
  30. Julia Jacklin
  31. JUNGLE
  32. Junior Varsity
  33. Kaytranada
  34. Kelly Lee Owens
  35. King Woman
  36. Lala Lala
  37. LCD Soundsystem
  38. Le Tigre
  39. Logic1000
  40. Mac DeMarco
  41. Magdalena Bay
  42. Mall Grab
  43. Maral
  44. Margaritas Podridas
  45. Mdou Moctar
  46. MICHELLE
  47. Mike Watt
  48. NAAFI
  49. Nicki Nicole
  50. Nothing
  51. Pachyman
  52. Paris Texas
  53. Peach
  54. Phoebe Bridgers
  55. Queen Naija
  56. Romy
  57. shame
  58. Sleep
  59. slowthai
  60. Sofia Kourtesis
  61. Sparks
  62. SPELLLING
  63. Spirit of the Beehive
  64. TEMS
  65. The Strokes
  66. They Hate Change
  67. Tinashe
  68. Tre’ Amani
  69. TSHA
  70. Turnstile
  71. Wet Leg
  72. Ying Yang Twins
  73. Yves Tumor
  74. ZULU
Dita Von Teese image shot by Albert Sanchez from Chloe Walsh at The Oriel for use by 360 Magazine

Night of the Teese

Streaming Friday, October 1st – Sunday, October 3rd Directed by Quinn Wilson, Produced by Driift, and Featuring Stunning Performances By Burlesque Artists Dita Von Teese, Dirty Martini, Perle Noire, Jett Adore, Marawa, Frankie Fictitious, and Vontourage

Feature Length Revue Show Filmed at The Orpheum Theater In Los Angeles, Will Be Streamable For One Weekend Only, Special Master Classes and Meet & Greet VIP Packages Available

Night Of The Teese, A Cinematic Special is a completely unique, multi-artist revue show created by the world’s most renowned burlesque star, Dita Von Teese. Taking audiences on a journey into fantasy and spectacle, Dita is famed for her ornate sets and dazzling haute-couture performance costumes. For this, her very first filmed special, she handpicked some of the most impressive talents from the thriving US burlesque community and flew them to Los Angeles to perform with her at the historic Orpheum Theater in downtown Los Angeles. Working closely with the acclaimed young director, Quinn Wilson, Dita has created a visually stunning, endlessly titillating, and entirely enchanting film available to stream repeatedly over the weekend. Even if you’ve seen the show before, you’ve never seen it quite like this!

Fans can choose to stream the premieres of Night Of The Teese, A Cinematic Special at any of the following times on Friday, October 1st, with tickets to all streams available for purchase by fans anywhere in the world:

Australia, New Zealand & Asia: 8pm AEST, 11pm NZDT, 7pm JST

UK, Ireland & Europe: 8 pm BST, 9 pm CEST

East Coast USA & Canada: 8 pm EDT

West Coast USA, Canada: 8 pm PDT

Tickets will be available from 8:45 am ET /13:45 pm BST 

After the last stream finishes, the whole show will then be available to watch on-demand for 48 hours over the weekend of October 2nd & 3rd with tickets to all streams granting unlimited, on-demand access during that time. A number of special Night Of The Teese VIP Packages will also be available to ticket purchasers, including a strictly limited virtual Meet & Greet with Dita, personalized handwritten love letters from Dita, and personalized “Ask Dita” videos, as well as Tassel Twirling, Striptease, and Hair & Makeup video masterclasses & an exclusive event poster. The show includes performances from Dita Von Teese, Dirty Martini, Perle Noire, Jett Adore, Marawa, and Frankie Fictitious, as well as Dita’s backup dancers, Vontourage. Many including Dita, have never before released a video of their routines.

Overjoyed to be able to perform again, after months of lockdown, Dita says, “There’s nothing quite like the experience of a live performance, so I’m often apprehensive about filming the show but with director Quinn Wilson’s enthusiasm for burlesque she truly captures the thrill of a live event, shining her distinctive, dazzling spotlight on each of the performers. It’s been 18 months since we last performed, and I’m thrilled to share this historic, immersive moment and have everyone around the world experience the beauty, talent, and diversity of the burlesque community.

Director, Quinn Wilson adds, “Dita is a legend and as the best legends do, she created a stage for not only herself but the immense and powerful talent within the burlesque community. As a director, you can only hope to work with a visionary like Dita Von Teese and the performers she introduced me to. This has been one of my favorite experiences as a director.”

Performing striptease since 1992, Dita is the biggest name in burlesque since Gypsy Rose Lee and is credited with bringing the art form back into the spotlight with a new sense of elegance and sophistication. Dita’s four full-length revues Strip, Strip, Hooray!, The Art of the Teese, Dita Von Teese, and the Copper Coupe, and Galmonatrix are the biggest burlesque shows in history, showcasing a diverse cast of neo-burlesque performers of all genders, hailing from all over the world. Along with these increasingly popular touring shows, each New Year’s Eve Dita produces an opulent gala show at The Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles, selling out the palatial Golden Age vaudeville theatre to an audience that loves to dress to the nines in vintage style, creating an unforgettable atmosphere of glamour. It made perfect sense for Dita to choose the Orpheum as the home for her cinematic special. 360 Magazine is excited to see this cinematic entertainment this October whether that be in theaters or at the comfort of our homes. 

The global stream is produced by Driift, the pioneering UK-based business behind acclaimed online ticketed events for Nick Cave, Niall Horan, Laura Marling, Sheryl Crow, Dermot Kennedy, Andrea Boccelli, Kylie Minogue, and James Bay.

Sloppy Jane via Sara Cath for use by 360 Magazine

Sloppy Jane – Party Anthem

Haley Dahl, who records as Sloppy Jane, has released her new single, “Party Anthem”, marking the lauded musician’s first release as the newest signing to Phoebe Bridgers’ Saddest Factory Records. Dahl has also revealed details for her forthcoming new album, Madison, set for release on November 5th. “Party Anthem” is a soaring orchestral ballad that comes on like Kate Bush leading Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band or Laura Nyro fronting Olivia Tremor Control. It’s accompanied by a captivating video shot in 16 mm and filmed inside the Lost World Caverns in West Virginia, the place where Dahl recorded all of Madison, bringing in 21 bandmates from all around the country to make an impressive and ambitious orchestral album recorded deep inside the caves. It’s the first time someone has ever recorded an entire album in a cave, and the results are sonically stunning; Madison is an astounding, glorious record of highest order melodrama. 

Sloppy Jane will celebrate the album release with a headline show in New York City at Baby’s Alright on November 7th. She will also be opening for Iceage in February. All dates below. 

On signing to Saddest Factory Records and crafting her latest album, Dahl shared, “Phoebe and I made friends in high school when I was goth and didn’t bathe and she wore dresses with little bicycles on them – we mistook each other for cool then, and it lasted. Phoebe is one of my closest friends, and is also someone who has always seen that the things that make my work different are what make it valuable. She played bass in Sloppy Jane. When I was moving to New York I talked about how I wanted to make the band bigger and incorporate chamber instruments, and a lot of people didn’t get what I meant, but Phoebe said, ‘Go get your orchestra.’

When I started talking about recording in caves, she was one of the few people to really get it immediately and thought it was the coolest thing. To work with someone who has so much personal context and enthusiasm was kind of a no-brainer. The label name “Saddest Factory Records” came from a joke I made on twitter, and I kind of think that’s representative of what my ideal professional trajectory looks like- me and my same friends who understand each other making the same jokes over and over again while our platforms expand.”

Phoebe Bridgers will join Dahl for an IG Live chat on Friday, September 10th at 3:30pm ET/ 12:30pm PT. 

Click HERE to watch the video for “Party Anthem.” Click HERE to buy/stream “Party Anthem.”

For Madison, Dahl spent three years exploring caves that could capture her vision for the album. Her search took her across the USA, obsessing over the different acoustics of each option,  before landing on Lost World Caverns. The result is a beautiful, personal labor of love; a sweeping grand gesture, a powerful statement about obsessive love, and about growing into yourself in the aftermath of a life-changing relationship.

Dahl and her 21 bandmates recorded all of Madison from inside the caves from 3pm to 8:30 am each day over the course of two weeks. To access the space, they’d enter through the back of a gift shop, down a long tunnel where they’d walk down 200 feet of stairs to reach the entrance. Dahl and her bandmates did this steep walk with a piano. The ceiling of Lost World Caverns is massively high and is a perfect dome. The inside was also 98 percent humidity, leading to both stellar sound and also problems with tuning and gear. Engineer Ryan Howe sat in his parents Subaru above the cave with his mixing board and computer, and threaded cables down 90 feet through a hole in the ground to the ceiling of the cave.

This album, so fully realized and diligently executed, is a long time coming for Dahl, who has been performing as Sloppy Jane since she was a teenager. In those days, Sloppy Jane was a three-piece punk band. Its earliest members were Phoebe Bridgers on bass, Sarah Cath on guitar, and Imogen Teasley-Vlautin on drums. Now the band has over a dozen members, and has transformed into a chamber pop project. Dahl also learned so much as a musician: on Madison, she learned how to write for chamber instruments and taught herself the piano. The record is difficult to categorize. It’s David Bowie but also when the song “Crying,” by Roy Orbison plays at the end of Harmony Korine’s Gummo. It’s My Chemical Romance meets Sgt. Pepper. Courtney Love and Queen. It’s a huge, flowery, velvety thing full of toy horses and stalagmites. It follows one major throughline: a grand gesture so large that it moves the whole Earth. 

Sloppy Jane Live Shows 

Nov 7th, 2021 – New York City, NY – Baby’s Alright^ 

Feb 12th, 2022 – San Francisco, CA – The Chapel*

Feb 13th, 2022 – Felton, CA – Felton Music Hall*

Feb 16th & 17th, 2022 – Los Angeles, CA – Zebulon*

Feb 19th, 2022 – Pioneertown, CA – Venue TBD*

Feb 20th, 2022 – San Diego, CA – The Casbah*

Feb 21st, 2022 – Tucson, AZ – Club Congress*

Feb 24th, 2022 – Houston, TX – The Secret Group*

Feb 25th, 2022 – New Orleans, LA – Gasa Gasa*

Feb 26th, 2022 – Jacksonville, FL – Intuition Ale Works*

Feb 28th, 2022 – Orlando, FL – The Social*

Mar 1st, 2022 – Atlanta, GA – Terminal West*

Mar 2nd, 2022 – Nashville, TN – The Basement East*

Mar 3rd, 2022 – Asheville, NC – The Grey Eagle*

Mar 4th, 2022 – Durham, NC – Motorco Music Hall*

Mar 5th, 2022 – Baltimore, MD – Ottobar*

Mar 7th, 2022 – Cambridge, MA – The Sinclair*

Mar 8th, 2022 – Providence, RI – Columbia Theatre*

Mar 9th and 10th, 2022 – New York City, NY – Bowery Ballroom*

Mar 11th, 2022 – Holyoke, MA – Gateway City Arts*

Mar 12th, 2022 – Kingston, NY – Tubby’s Kingston*

Spirit, Power, and Soul via BMG Music Group for use by 360 Magazine

Johnny Mar – Spirit, Power and Soul

Johnny Marr returns with “Spirit, Power And Soul”, the first new music from his forthcoming double album, and fourth solo full-length record, titled Fever Dreams Pts 1-4. Marking Johnny’s first new music since 2019, new single “Spirit, Power And Soul” is released today. A new four track EP, Fever Dreams Pt 1 will be released October 15th via BMG. Watch the video for “Spirit, Power And Soul.”

Informed by the kind of powerful, anthemic and direct approach to words instantly present in “Spirit, Power And Soul”, the songs on the Fever Dreams Pt 1 EP arrive with an emotional potency. Fusing the language of soul music with his roots as a “Mancunian glam rocker”, lyrics that could be simultaneously personal and universal, with a high energy electro sound. The new EP reflects Marr‘s multifaceted past, but takes his music somewhere startlingly new.

Speaking about the new single, Marr says, “Spirit, Power And Soul’ is a kind of mission statement. I had an idea about an electro sound with gospel feeling, in my own words, an electro soul anthem.”

The Fever Dreams Pt 1 EP will be released digitally, and on limited edition 12″ silver vinyl via BMG from October 15th. The double album release date, and more details, are soon to be announced. 

Looking to 2022, Johnny Marr was recently announced as the special guest on The Killers North American arena tour set to begin in August through to October 2022—all dates HERE.  Before that, Johnny will play a short sold out headline tour at intimate venues across the UK in September, ahead of joining The Courteeners at a sold out show at Manchester’s 50k capacity Old Trafford. The dates will mark Johnny’s return to the live stage, and first shows since performing “No Time To Die” with Billie Eilish and long-standing collaborator Hans Zimmer live at the 2019 BRIT Awards.

Marr‘s solo career has given rise to three critically acclaimed UK Top Ten albums – The Messenger (2013), Playland (2014) and 2018’s Call The Comet. His continued creative journey has seen him at the heart of The The, Electronic, Modest Mouse and The Cribs, as well as working with The Pretenders, Talking Heads, The Avalanches, and most recently Billie Eilish, recording the score and soundtrack for the forthcoming James Bond film, No Time To Die with Hans Zimmer.

 Fever Dreams Pt. 1 Tracklisting

  1. Spirit, Power And Soul
  2. Receiver
  3. All These Days
  4. Ariel

UK Tour Dates: September 2021 

20 – Leeds, Stylus SOLD OUT

21 – Blackburn, King George’s Hall

23 – London, Electric Ballroom SOLD OUT

25 – Manchester, Old Trafford Cricket Ground (supporting The Courteeners) SOLD OUT

Image via the Oriel company for 360 Magazine

Gord Downie – Coke Machine Glow 20th Anniversary

GORD DOWNIE’S COKE MACHINE GLOW SEES EXPANDED 20th ANNIVERSARY RELEASE

Downie’s First Solo Project Revisited With Triple Album

Coke Machine Glow: Songwriters’ Cabal (Arts & Crafts) And Poetry Audiobook (Penguin Random House)

Out August 27, 2021 – Preorder Now

Bonus Listen: ‘I Stand Before The Songwriters’ Cabal‘ Music Edit With Spoken Word By Rob Baker

Gord Downie’s Coke Machine Glow was released in 2001, in between Music @ Work (2000) and In Violet Light (2002), the ninth and tenth albums by his mighty band of brothers in The Tragically Hip. The first solo project by one of the world’s great wordsmiths, Coke Machine Glow’s sixteen painterly songs were released with an accompanying book of poetry, collectively emanating Downie’s heartrending stories, from the road as from home, in his signature quirk and complex, approachable wit. Twenty years since its release, Coke Machine Glow remains a teetering, charming body of work, never static, shot across its canvas in brilliant glowing embers and warm honey tones.

Now, to mark its 20th anniversary, Arts & Crafts announces a special expanded reissue that posthumously revisits the songs and poetry of this prolific period of Downie’s career. Entitled Coke Machine Glow: Songwriters’ Cabal, the triple-album features the original two-disc set plus a bonus record of twelve unreleased demos, alternate versions, and never-before-heard outtakes, carefully curated by Gord’s oldest Toronto friend Josh Finlayson and brothe Patrick Downie with Arts & Crafts’ Jonathan Shedletzky, including the ominous I Stand Before The Songwriters’ Cabal and two opposing versions of the mysterious Contact.

The in-all 28-song collection presents a portrait of Downie with a rarely before heard intimacy, unrefined and dripping in the wildness of the moment. Elegant alternate studio takes of classics like Vancouver Divorce and Lofty Pines express the fluidity of the family band that comprised the Gas Station recording sessions in Toronto, that May of 2000; while home recordings dated November 1999, Carlaw Avenue, of SF Song, Trick Rider, and Chancellor, and more, spotlight Gord in close communion with his tape recorder and coffee machine. Produced by GD, Josh Finlayson, and Steven Drake, featuring Dale Morningstar, Julie Doiron, Kevin Hearn, Atom Egoyan, Dave Clark, Don Kerr, and more, Coke Machine Glow: Songwriters’ Cabal is a document of Gord at the precipice of his illustrious solo career.

Concurrently, Penguin Random House announces the Coke Machine Glow Audiobook, a complete reading of Downie’s original book of poetry by family members, band members, and friends, like Sarah Harmer, Dan Aykroyd, Ron MacLean, Bruce McCulloch, Don Kerr, and many more, produced by Patrick Downie. (See here for the full list of readers). Ultimately a book Gord wrote about the distances that bridge and separate us, Coke Machine Glow is bound by the dedication of those he loved and was loved by a rich, haunting collection that reveals both the public and private selves of Gordon Edgar Downie. In poetry that is urban, gritty and political, romantic and nocturnal, nostalgic and whimsical, Downie allows us a glimpse inside his world, with loved ones carrying the gift of his words onwards.

Available via digital audiobook retailers, the Coke Machine Glow poetry collection will also be included on CD with A&C’s physical music editions. The Songwriters’ Cabal 3LP vinyl is presented in a beautiful embossed triple-gatefold package, limited to a one-time pressing of 2000 hand-numbered copies. In addition to the 3CD set, A&C is for the first time offering a Coke Machine Glow songbook for voice, guitar, and piano. The album, audiobook, and songbook are out on August 27, 2021. The Coke Machine Glow: Songwriters’ Cabal limited edition vinyl is expected to ship November 15, 2021.

PREORDER COKE MACHINE GLOW 20th ANNIVERSARY ITEMS

That Coke Machine Glow did not sound like a record by The Tragically Hip was both not a surprise, and is still in every way a surprising work: Downie’s oblique yet vicarious poetry undressed of its electricity, redressed in a glorious other voltage. A snapshot of spontaneity, recorded but barely rehearsed, its arc of clandestine art pop clashing with the hum of collective stream-of-consciousness, Gord Downie’s Coke Machine Glow feels like a wild passage through listless places, burrowing in the magic of whatever delicate moment. Maybe Downie was the genius orchestrator of this Goddamned Band, or perhaps he was just always prepared with the right thing to say. You might have listened to this record for the last twenty years, and still not heard some of its finest details, that is the happenstance when onesome poetry is rightly crossed with collective improvisation. On Songwriters’ Cabal, the curtain is pulled back, as Downie rose from his kitchen table/hotel room desk, notebook in hand, and stepped to the mic and sang, voice tinkling like a chandelier, until god or a reasonable facsimile appears.

NOT included on either the music album or the spoken word audiobook is a bonus music edit of Rob Baker of The Tragically Hip’s reading of the poem I Stand Before the Songwriters’ Cabal, set to an instrumental snippet of the same titled song. Shared today, listen here:

BONUS LISTEN: ‘I STAND BEFORE THE SONGWRITERS’ CABAL’ MUSIC EDIT WITH SPOKEN WORD BY ROB BAKER

Josh Finlayson on the Coke Machine Glow sessions (from the liner notes):

Having lived in Toronto for over 10 years, Gord wanted to make his first solo record in his adopted city, co-producer and musician Josh Finlayson recalls. He had met and befriended many artists in different disciplines and was keen to collaborate with that community. The Gas Station recording studio was located in an old warehouse district of Toronto close to the exhibition grounds near King and Dufferin. Located on the fourth floor, it was an open spaced room with 10 foot windows that had spectacular views looking south to Lake Ontario and east towards downtown. Owned and operated by Dale Morningstar and Don Kerr who after 10 years of operation were being evicted from this location. Coke Machine Glow ended up being the last session at the Gas Station from April 29-May 10, 2000.

The one concrete idea we had going into the recording was that Gord would sing these songs quietly, as they had been written. The recording room was large (50’X25′) with high ceilings. The musicians were spread throughout this room facing the centre where Gord was sitting. Don Kerr (drums) and Kevin Hearn (piano) were only available for the first day of recording which was also our set up day. By late afternoon we were ready to start and their time constraints led to the decision that we were going to make a live off the floor record using an 8 track machine. In hindsight, this was a fortuitous decision as it created a structure that forced us to work within certain parameters. All the songs ended up being cut live, including Gord’s vocals. The only overdubs were done by guests who weren’t available at the time and had to add their parts later. For the remainder of the session Dave Clark took over on drums and Dale Morningstar who was assistant engineering, played several different instruments throughout the recording. There was little rehearsal time for anyone so in most cases the songs were run through once or twice and then recorded.

The Coke Machine Glow 20th anniversary collection, including exclusive merchandise commemorating this landmark release in Downie’s career, is available for PREORDER NOW via Gordieland, Arts & Crafts and Penguin Random House.

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GORD DOWNIE COKE MACHINE GLOW: SONGWRITERS’ CABAL TRACKLIST

Coke Machine Glow

  1. Starpainters
  2. Vancouver Divorce
  3. SF Song
  4. Trick Rider
  5. Canada Geese
  6. Chancellor
  7. The Never-Ending Present
  8. Nothing But Heartache in Your Social Life
  9. Blackflies
  10. Lofty Pines
  11. Boy Bruised By Butterfly Chase
  12. Mystery
  13. Elaborate
  14. Yer Possessed
  15. Every Irrelevance
  16. Insomniacs of the World, Good Night

Songwriters’ Cabal:

  1. Vancouver Divorce – Alternate Take
  2. Trick Rider – Demo
  3. SF Song – Demo
  4. Contact – Demo
  5. Down Down Down – Demo
  6. Putting Down – Demo
  7. Chancellor – Demo
  8. The Never-Ending Present – Demo
  9. I Stand Before the Songwriters’ Cabal – Outtake
  10. Contact – Outtake
  11. Mystery – Alternate Take
  12. Lofty Pines – Alternate Take

Audiobook Readers
Dan Aykroyd, Rob Baker, Andrew Cash, Dave Clark, Julie Doiron, Charlyn Downie, Clare Downie, Clemens Downie, Lou Downie, Mike Downie, Patrick Downie, Paula Downie, Willo Downie, Johnny Fay, Josh Finlayson, Sarah Harmer, Kevin Hearn, Dave Billy Ray Koster, Paul Langlois, Ron MacLean, Andy Maize, Bruce McCulloch, Dale Morningstar, Larry Murphy, Andrea Nann, Dr. Pee, Gillian Reiss, Damian Rogers, Gord Sinclair, Kaya Usher.