June 26th, 2016
Everyone has been proclaiming 2016 the year the music died. The deaths of Lemmy, David Bowie, Prince and many others have already hit us and on the horizon is the announcement of the final tour by the Tragically Hip. Seanoarama waxes poetically about the Hip and Gord and comes full circle to the year the music died for him, when his father, a bass player who played with him for years passed. It's an emotional journey going between his dad and Gord, and the importance of both men, both bands in his life.
June 19th, 2016
Being a dad
Seanorama's musings on being a dad. And a bunch of other things related to taking time off after the birth of his children, paternity leave in Canada and the societal pressures on fathers trying to be equal parents.
June 12th, 2016
The story behind the Music Video of Dome's Descend. How it all happened and connected. We also have the premiere of another song of theirs called We Are Machine.
June 5th, 2016
Seanorama discusses the process of "selling out" in this lost episode. Expanding upon the commercialization of Tegan and Sara and where they are today in their success, he discusses what it means today to sell out.
June 5th, 2016
Ever wonder what would have happened if a different actor had been cast as Iron Man? Wolverine? Professor X? Seanorama discusses stunt casting for comic movies, studios pushing their stars into the films, and the editorial process in a comic movies script.