Wednesday, January 22, 2020Light Snow -5°C
Weekend Playlist Podcast

In Their Own Words: The Winks

Posted by Jer / February 18, 2011

In Their Own Words: The Winks In their Own Words: the Montreal Sessions is a unique, in depth ten part band profile series. The musicians featured share their experiences, inspirations, and aspirations in pursuit of their artistic vision. On this week's show The Winks.

Kaleidoscopic melodies and bookish smart lyrics: Tyr Jami and Todd McDonald compose whimsical, theatrical pop music. Technically sophisticated and inspired by a vivid imagination, the music of the Winks is for the earnest music connoisseur.

In their own words: The Winks. Music is our life.

Download | Download In Their Own Words.
iTunes | Add the Weekend Playlist Podcast to iTunes.
RSS | Add the podcast feed to your RSS Reader.

A reminder that In Their Own Words: The Montreal Sessions is also running over at CKUT's Underground Sounds. If you miss it here, check it there.

Next Week: Montag

Previously:
Top Johnny.
AIDS Wolf
Archivist
Chix n' Dix
Dirty Beaches

In Their Own Words: the Montreal sessions is produced by Martin Simon Greizis. Photo of The Winks taken by Cindy Lopez and found on the band's myspace page.

Discussion

7 Comments

Gilian / February 4, 2015 at 03:18 am
user-pic
I really enjoy you meegsass, and I love sexy in six. This message was exactly what I needed today.. I have had 4 surgeries in the past years time all resulting from an auto accident I had years ago. Because of the recovery times, I have not been able to workout the way I would like to, but I have, partially thanks to your enthusiasm, encouragement pushed through the frustration and started back on a regular program Thank you for being willing to work so hard for all of us!
golu dolls / January 18, 2019 at 11:09 pm
user-pic
nice post
kanchipuramsarees / January 18, 2019 at 11:10 pm
user-pic
nice post
kanchipuramsarees / January 18, 2019 at 11:10 pm
user-pic
nice post
herbal powder / January 18, 2019 at 11:10 pm
user-pic
nice post

Add a Comment

Other Cities: Toronto