Splendid Industries is pleased to introduce you to The Sentinel's Marvellous Kaleidoscope - a radio broadcast hosted by Nicholas Cooper from CFRU 93.3FM/cfru.ca in Guelph, Ontario, Canada on Mondays from 3-5 PM (EST) or stream online @cfru.ca.

The program looks inward and beyond, exploring the fantastical soundscape for landmarks, relics and anomalies in progressive rock, alternative progressive styles and other genres near and far.  Under the watchful gaze of master overseer, Nicholas Cooper, the program has been active since November 2016.  During this time Nicholas has brought us music from all around the globe with a focus on great Canadian bands & artists. 

 

Info & updates on SMK can be found within our Complaints Dept. as well as thru their various social media channels:

SMK on Facebook

SMK on Twitter

In addition to observing the sonic landscape via the airwaves, SMK has begun curating its own concert series! Check it out here:

The Sentinel's Marvellous Kaleidoscope - Concert Curation

Sidenote:

  
Nicholas  is a contributing author to our very own Complaints Dept.
and may also be found writing for Canadian music blog/review sites such such as:

Irregular Dreams - a review site dedicated to Canadian fringe music & sci-fi.

Ride the Tempo - a review site devoted to Canadian music and music festivals.

As a compliment to his writing/reviewing work, Nicholas has made the venture into freelance photography under the moniker Scope Overseer Photogenics!

And!

Nicholas is an active avant-garde / improvisational musician specializing in effected bass clarinet operating under the alias "Piers Oolvai". To find out more & hear for yourself just visit Piers' profile within The Peanut Gallery!

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