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The Human Crush

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The Human Crush

Year: 2020
Genre: Entertainment

The Human Crush is a light-hearted show that is the fly on the wall of Eric Eggleston’s musical productions. Each episode features a different artist as the two set out on a musical pilgrimage to discover new sounds and create something from scratch, usually in just a few hours.


To watch The Human Crush:

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Episodes

Episode 1

Special guest is Alanna Sterling, a virtuoso singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who also deals with depression and anxiety. The beginning of the episode features a bonus COVID-19 inspired song and video performed by handful of artists in isolation.

Episode 2

Special guest is Drew Gonsalves, a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who lets Eric takes his Calypso grooves to a new place.

Episode 3

JW Jones and Tyler Kealey (singer songwriters who specialize in the Blues) talk about Ottawa's love of the Blues and how the genre has secret Indigenous connections.

Episode 4

Eric demonstrates that music genres have no boundaries by writing and producing a track like no other. A few artists collaborate remotely with Eric to get this produced completely in isolation.

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