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Candyshop
Friday January 18th, 2019 with Candace
Growth

Mixed Up Mind
Psychic Ills - Inner Journey Out - Sacred Bones - 2016
Marmalade
The Geraldine Fibbers - Lost Somewhere Between The Earth And My Home - Jealous Butcher - 1995/2017
Do & Say
GINNY Band - GINNY Band - Independent - 2018 Canadian New
Before The Eyes Of Storytelling Girls
Anaïs Mitchell - Hymns For The Exiled - Waterbug - 2004
Whiteout
Warpaint - Heads Up - Rough Trade - 2016
Ghost
Tough Age - Shame - Mint - 2017 Canadian
Earworm
The Band Whose Name Is A Symbol - Droneverdose - Cardinal Fuzz - 2018 Canadian
Drift
Beachglass - Sunroom Sanctuary - Independent - 2018 Canadian New
Round Soul
Low Sun - Reservoir of Impermanent Bliss - Art Of The Uncarved Block - 2017 Canadian
The Final Moment
The Spiral Electric - Single - Independent - 2019 New
Ana
Lorelle Meets The Obsolete - De Facto - El Derrumbe - 2019 New
Out To The Stars
Kill West - Smoke Beach - Echo Drug - 2015
Interactive CKCU
Benoît
Hi.

4:03 PM, January 18th, 2019
Candace Nelson (host)
Happy Friday everyone!!

4:05 PM, January 18th, 2019
Candace Nelson (host)
Hi Benoît!!

4:05 PM, January 18th, 2019
Jas Nasty
Omg so weird to hear myself on the radio! Ahh! Thanks for playing Ginny

4:13 PM, January 18th, 2019
Candace Nelson (host)
you sound AWESOME!!!! #theraminiqueen

4:14 PM, January 18th, 2019
B
(Probably pronounced 'ana-eess' (Mitchell), if normal, because of that umlaut thinggie)

4:18 PM, January 18th, 2019
B
Look up Anaïs Nin!

4:19 PM, January 18th, 2019
Candace Nelson (host)
umlaut haha that would be a good band name

4:20 PM, January 18th, 2019
Ryan (GG)
\m/ (>.<) \m/

4:20 PM, January 18th, 2019
B
And (of no interest, but amusing), my maternal grandma was named Anaïs...

4:20 PM, January 18th, 2019
Candace Nelson (host)
RYAN hey bud, haven't forgotten about our swap! Thanks for tuning iiiiin

4:20 PM, January 18th, 2019
Russ
Howdy! Benoit knows all.

4:21 PM, January 18th, 2019
Candace Nelson (host)
ah Benoît thats so cool! You have experience first hand with umlaut thanks man! Cool name gma!

4:21 PM, January 18th, 2019
Candace Nelson (host)
Russ, how's it going? hehe I was worried he was mansplaining, but grandma Anaïs!! Pfeuuuuff

4:23 PM, January 18th, 2019
Ryan
Glad to finally a Friday at 4pm where I don't have a meeting scheduled (who does that even?!?) so I can listen live :) Diggin' the sonic vibes you're throwin' down today.

4:27 PM, January 18th, 2019
B
Yeah, well I know EVERYTHING, eh? Looking a little more into it, them twin marks used in French mostly, but also in imported French like "naïve". It makes the vowel be pronounced distinctly, instead of glommed with the previous one. The good ol' umlaut serves to just change the pronunciation of a vowel; used in German quite a bit, apparently. They look friggin' identical to me. There. Too much info for everyone.

4:30 PM, January 18th, 2019
B
Pronunciations: in the States, I'd be 'Benoytt'

4:39 PM, January 18th, 2019
Ryan
I think Finnish bands are some of the hardest to pronounce. Had about five in one block and wow... that was a challenge.

4:41 PM, January 18th, 2019
Ryan
I try so hard to get everything close, but I've lost count of all the names I've butchered, even after phonetically writing them out x_X

4:43 PM, January 18th, 2019
Candace Nelson (host)
hahahah same, as long as we try!

4:46 PM, January 18th, 2019
Ryan
It's the thought that counts, right? :-D

4:50 PM, January 18th, 2019
B
Ryan, a hint (from my parents, posted there for a few years): in Finnish, every letter is pronounced 'regularly', and this, to the extent that double Ts and double Is are pronounced longer than single ones. As in "iittala", a top brand. So: in Finland, how is the French car name Peugeot pronounced? Pé-oo-gé-ott, with a hard g. Hope that helps.

4:50 PM, January 18th, 2019