-Mowgli Supertramp peaced the scene months ago but suddenly rolled through Tuff City with a backpack blasting tunes (Flight Facilities @flightfacilities) on the beach. He’s drops by to say hi to our listeners. And he’ll introduce our Francophone episode by explaining what the term DFC is all about.
27:20 – A Quadra Island transplant pops in to play some trivia. “Most people just pass though…” he says about the Gulf Island. “There’s like a small majority of hippies.” BTW he does electrical.
30:33 – I visit potential future Olympians out scrubbing down vehicles as part of a car wash fundraiser so they can head to the Island of Azores in Portugal for the ISA World Junior Surfing Championship. Yes I did write the music in the background. Enjoy.
46:05 – We met Jen Osborne way back in Episode 6, where she talked about what’s involved in photographing in conflict situations in the Ukraine. She graces us with her presence in Tuff City Radio studios, talking about how much one Tofino beach means to her.
1:00:30 – Come with us to a beach rave!
1:17:10 – Francophone singer-songwriter Beyries (@beyries) visits the studio for a great chat about writing music, touring and the Tofino atmosphere. “It’s a super inspiring place to be for an artist,” she says. “It’s very natural.” Then she premieres an unreleased track created with Quebec star Louis-Jean Cormier of Polaris Prize-winning Karkwa fame. 1:28:20 (“J’aurais cent ans”)