Live from the Upstairs Basement

Director: Colin Burwell
Genre: Entertainment
Host: Will McGuirk

The Upstairs Basement sessions at Kops Records showcase the past, present and future of music in Oshawa. In each episode host Will McGuirk chats with the artist about being fans of vinyl and key cool corners in the city.

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Episodes

Episode 1

It has been 50 years since they played together. Their albums are highly sought after. Members of Oshawa’s 60s era prog rock band Christmas and Reign Ghost return to their home town for one more show at Kops Records.

Episode 2

It has been 50 years since they played together. Their albums are highly sought after. Members of Oshawa’s 60s era prog rock band Christmas and Reign Ghost return to their home town for one more show at Kops Records.

Episode 3

The righteous rap of hip-hop artist Rooks McCoy aka Sonny Hendrixx brings hope to a city struggling with change. He parlays adversity into verse for his show at Kops Records in Oshawa.

Episode 4

How did Oshawa’s queen of metal go from the Dungeon to the heights of a Juno nomination? Metal angel Lindsay Schoolcraft and her harp perform at Kops Records in Oshawa as she goes back to where it began.

Episode 5

Taking the smooth with the rough, Native Other, with special guest Charlie Spencer of Dizzy, bring their unique blend of surf and soul to Kops Records in Oshawa.

Episode 6

Taking the smooth with the rough, Native Other, with special guest Charlie Spencer of Dizzy, bring their unique blend of surf and soul to Kops Records in Oshawa.

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