Passionfruit by Drake
Tease by Ralph
Queen Street Lost by Justin Rutledge
Allison and Vass discuss the Aga Khan Museum’s new contemporary art exhibition “Rebel, Jester, Mystic, Poet” with art critic Joobin Bakhard.
TD senior economist Brian DePratto joins us to discuss whether it’s really such a bad thing that millennials are stuck subsidizing seniors.
Then bestselling author Scaachi Koul drops in to chat about her new book of essays One Day We’ll All Be Dead and None of This Will Matter.
Allison is reading “Operation London Bridge: the secret plan for the days after the Queen’s death” by Sam Knight.
Vass is reading Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.
Pleasure by Fiest
Baby by Devendra Banhart
Be True to Your Bar by The Magnetic Fields
Allison and Vass start the show by answering the question, “Is PMS real?” Spoiler: Yes, duh.
We are joined by Peter MacLeod of MASS LBP to discuss fighting populism via citizen-focussed democracy.
Then we chat with Creig Lamb from Brookfield Institute about the next technological revolution and why A.I. and automation are worth worrying about.
Allison is reading Prostitute Laundry by Charlotte Shane.
Vass is reading So Sad Today by Melissa Broder and One Day We Will All Be Dead and None of This Will Matter by (future guest!) Scacchi Koul.
Inner Lover by Land of Talk
Roya by Daniel Romano
You Got to Run (Spirit of the Wind) by Buffy Sainte-Marie and Tanya Tagaq
Allison and Vass discuss the premiere of the Real Housewives of Toronto with social columnist Shinan Govani.
We talk about the mass closure of Toronto’s live music venues with NOW magazine’s music editor Carla Gillis and what that means for Toronto as a “Music City.”
Then we chat with author Sarah Vermunt about her new book “Careergasm: Find Your Way to Feel-Good Work” and why it’s okay to quit your job.
Allison is reading The First Bad Man by Miranda July.
Vass is reading The Course of Love by Alain de Botton and All Our Wrong Todays: A Novel by Elan Mastai.
Die Young by Sylvan Esso
Tour by The Courtneys
A 1000 Times by Hamilton Leithauser