The Sisters launch this episode discussing the importance of “community over competition” and how supporting fellow creatives is essential for growth. Later, they bring in Emilie Plamondon (podcast host of Punk Roquette) to get her insights on the subject. Her positive contagious energy and passion to support musicians of all calibers is why the Sound Sisters dubbed her as a “social worker for punk rock”. They chat about how she built a strong following with her platform and the way music is helping her cope with quarantine in Canada. There is also talks of cheese curds, soup, rePunkmmendation, as well as the size of her impressive t-shirt and record collection. All this and more on this episode of the Sound Sisters podcast!
Chris Dalley drummer for Authority Zero, Pulley and the Implants stopped by the Sound Sister Studio before heading off to tour Japan. He chats with the ladies about his journey from being a super fan to a sponsored drummer, tour war stories, what it was like working with legend Bill Stevenson and gives advice on how to live the musical dream. All this and more on the Season One Finale of the Sound Sister Podcast.