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Welcome to "comPOSERS: The Movie Score Podcast", where three aging, out-of-shape musician friends of dubious talent use a popular medium to talk about film scores and the films they're in, while making fun of one another and occasionally having movie-themed drinks.

Our goal is to find the perfect movie score, and our journey takes us some really weird places. Join us on this bizarre musical trek to...somewhere?

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Composed by Chris Ryan

Jul 1, 2023

Remember when we said we were going on a break? 

Krueger lied. 

We're stoked to announce a new joint-venture show, created collaboratively with the Reverend Brent Chittenden of Darkside Radio and the True North Nerds podcast. 

Each month, Krueger and Brent will dive into music you haven't heard that you should be listening to. Moving forward the episodes will appear exclusively on the True North Nerds and comPOSERS Patreons (yes, we're still flogging that particular deceased horse), but this one's just for you, dear listener.

This week: Canadian bands you should be listening to!


Here's the link to the Spotify playlist of all the songs we covered this month

Krueger's picks:

  • Odds
    • King of the Heap (Neopolitan, 1991)
    • The Little Death (Bedbugs, 1993)
    • The Last Drink (Good Weird Feeling, 1995)
  • Wordburglar
    • Rhyme O'Clock (3rdburglar, 2012)
    • Call Destro (Welcome to Cobra Island, 2013)
    • Lenny Boutilier (Burgonomic, 2022)
  • Dala
    • Northern Lights (Everyone is Someone, 2009)
    • Hockey Sweater (Who Do You Think You Are, 2007)
    • Good as Gold (Best Day, 2012)

Brent's picks:

  • Actors
    • Face Meets Glass (It Will Come To You, 2018)
    • Love You More (Acts of Worship, 2021)
    • Crosses (It Will Come To You, 2018)
  • Art Bergmann
  • Front Line Assembly
    • Millennium (Millennium, 1994)
    • Mind Phaser (Reclamation, 1997)
    • Feeder (Feeder, 2020)