WR591: Dizzy Mystics

Episode 591 May 20, 2021 00:42:15
WR591: Dizzy Mystics
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WR591: Dizzy Mystics

May 20 2021 | 00:42:15

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Show Notes

Aaron Bacon (bass) and Kyle Halldorson (vocals/guitar) of ‘genre-promiscuous’ prog shredders [Dizzy Mystics](http://dizzymystics.bandcamp.com/) are back on the podcast, right on time for their [Manitoba Music streaming event ](http://www.manitobamusic.com/livemusic/display,event/99757/safe-sound-dizzy-mystics) on May 20. We talk about the way the band's sound has grown and developed over the years, the new music they're working on to follow up the *Wanderlost* record, not being 'prog for prog's sake', and much more. This episode brought to you by our pals at [Devine Shirt Company](http://devineshirtcompany.ca/). Huge thanks to everyone who supports the podcast on [Patreon](http://www.patreon.com/witchpolice). You can help out for as little as $1 a month if you like the show and want to throw some change in the guitar case! You can also throw a one-time tip via [Buymeacoffee](http://www.buymeacoffee.com/witchpolice). As always, if you like the podcast, please tell a friend or 20! Rate and review on your podcast player of choice! Word of mouth is still the main way Witchpolice Radio reaches new ears. Thanks for listening!

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