XO
An audio show by Keith McNally
Episode 048

Fever In, Fever Out

A show about moving to Vancouver.

Tracklist:

Something Corporate – Me And The Moon (instrumental cover)
The Arcade Fire – The Suburbs
The Arcade Fire – The Suburbs (Christian TV Remix)
After The Burial – Your Troubles Will Cease
Avenged Sevenfold – Bat Country
Mikaela Davis – I’m Just Tryin’ To Be Your Friend
Death From Above 1979 – Trainwreck 1979
Nada Surf – Let The Fight Do The Fighting
The Birthday Massacre – Diaries
Foxes vs. Kid Cudi – Home At Night
The Prodigy – Wild Frontier (Killsonik Remix)
General Patton vs The X-Ecutioners – Fire In The Hole
Gigamesh – All My Life
Beulah – Your Mother Loves You Son
The Good Life – Lovers Need Lawyers
Beulah – Gravity’s Bringing Us Down
Metric – Handshakes

Track List


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4 Responses

  • Dude, you wander all over tarnation and back in your podcasts. And it’s totally enjoyable! MOAR MOAR

    In this podcast you touch on something that seems to be intrinsically Pacific Northwest and BC… (we like to call it BCWA)… I was doing the dishes when you said the specific thing, but it was about the folks that let you couch surf at their place after a wonky apartment situation in VAN when you first got there the first time, Stephanie and her friend were just open and cool and giving. THAT is something really special to our region, and I’m super glad you’ve experienced it instead of the other thing we’re known for, The Freeze.

    at 1:13:32 there a seagull in the background noise — that just killed me, I’ve been living in the midlands of North Carolina for grad school, the squawk of seagulls takes me home.

    I appreciate your meanderings. I listen to a lot of podcasts, and I think yours is my favorite. Your just a dude being honest with yourself and with whomever is listening, Thank you.

    Keep on keepin on.

    • I’ve heard people talk about how difficult it can be to meet people in Vancouver, and I’ve never found that to be the case. I think I do sometimes offend people with my opinions about the weather, though. BC is my favorite part of Canada, hands down, but people from the west coast really don’t seem like Canadians to me. I’ll be hanging out in a t-shirt, and some guy in a huge winter coat will come in and say, “Can I close the door?” It’s kinda pathetic. Get some frostbite, dude. Then you’ll be a true canadian.

      I know that opinion is total madness, but I think it’s like a cycle of abuse. The rest of us had to freeze to death — How dare these west coasters avoid that pain?

      But hey, I’m glad you like the show. I remembered Stephanie’s friend’s name — It was “Jay”. Sweet, sweet Jay.

  • Hey Keith, just a quick thank you note for the podcast 🙂 I started to listen to you since autumn 2014 and check occasionally if there is a new episode. I checked today and realise I’m 4 months late, but still happy nonetheless to hear an update. The thing about work: it is true. I’m thinking about an exit strategy as well, but it’s a similar situation as with your indian/German friend. Life is indeed quite the complex thing.

    From a train from Munich to Vienna, cheers and all the best!
    Mario

    • Thank you very much! Sorry new episodes are so slow — I have a bunch of episodes that are half-finished, but the rest of my life keeps getting in the way. But keep checking in every half-year or so, and there might be something new! Haha

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