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A theory is defined as an idea used to account for a situation or to justify a course of action. It can sometimes answer the question “why?”, but can also be the basis of good conversation.

New Theory Radio is a weekly talk show hosted by local media personality Nav Nanwa, where we focus on the ‘why’ within the world of arts and pop culture.

Each week, he’s joined by a panel of guests to ‘theorize’ on the week’s biggest pop culture news/happenings within music, movies, television and media. He also profiles notable creatives pushing the scene forward within Peel and the World.

Topics in the past have included minority representation within the arts, classic albums, cancel culture, popular memes, mental health and more.

New Theory Radio airs on News Talk Sauga 960 AM (www.sauga960am.ca) Sundays from 11am-12 pm and Mondays from 8-9pm.

The podcast version is available Tuesdays via iTunes (apple.co/2s2523n) and Spotify (https://spoti.fi/3lbN6Oa).
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One Last Time For Your Mind! New Theory Radio will be taking an indefinite hiatus after this episode. ⁣⁣After over 100 shows spanning two and a half years, we have decided to pause the show in its existing form. ⁣⁣We wanted to thank anyone that's ever been a guest, a listener, a supporter, a sponsor, a subscriber and a champion of NTR since we started in November 2018. Getting creatives engaged through dialogue was our mandate, and we're grateful we were able to do that on a weekly basis. ⁣⁣We also wanted to give a BIG thank you to SAUGA 960 AM for giving our show a consistent platform. It is with their support and resources that we were able to make things happen. We're grateful to Joty, Praveen, and everyone that worked behind the scenes in ensuring that our content was hitting the airwaves. ⁣⁣The New Theory brand isn't going anywhere. We are going to use this time to renew our focus and plan for the future. Keep it locked on our socials over the coming months for updates on this new direction. ⁣--------On this week's episode, host Nav Nanwa and his brother Amit Nanwa speak to NTR alum Radha Tailor about this decision, as well as the both of them share their favourite memories from the show during it's long run. They also provide details on what's next for New Theory. As well, we close out our #NTRSpotlight with the ever-popular Dijah SB. Dijah makes navigating synth loops, booming bass claps and smoothed out production look easy. Their music is a raw look into the mind of a black non-binary artist rapping their way through hope, heartbreak and breakthroughs. They just dropped their highly anticipated debut album 'Head Through The Waters' last week to amazing acclaim . They speak to Nav about the album release, the trajectory they've been on since last year, and what it was like to get a 'chef's kiss' endorsement by Kid Cudi. New Theory Radio theme produced by Dusty Loops (@DustyLoops and www.dustyloops.com)Follow our Panellists:Nav NanwaInstagram & Twitter: @navnanwaFollow New Theory Radio on Social Media - @newtheoryradio--------------------------------------Dijah SBInstagram & Twitter: @dijahsbCheck out Dijah SB's debut album "Head Above The Waters" Everywhere - https://dijahsb.com/--------------------------------------Amit NanwaInstagram: @colourblindphotography_Radha TailorInstagram/Twitter: @radhatailor--------------------------------------Check out the NTR archives at newtheoryradio.com
We got it all on this week's NTR! Host Nav Nanwa welcomes Mississauga artists Arlene and THE iDENTiTY CRiSiS back to the show to reflect on what they've learned about themselves during the pandemic. We talk about how they are coping one year in, what new opportunities they were able to discover, and how they are staying hopeful for the future. And then for our #NTRSpotlight this week, we welcome singer/songwriter Kandle. She has a new album coming out this spring called 'Set The Fire. She speaks to Nav about the album, what it was like to grow up in a musical household, and what its like to be finally be an independent artist. Lastly, SAUGA 960 AM's Lex Tan returns to NTR to talk about his new wrestling radio show 'Ringside Heat', which premieres this Saturday May 1st. New Theory Radio theme produced by Dusty Loops (@DustyLoops and www.dustyloops.com)Follow our Panellists:Nav NanwaInstagram & Twitter: @navnanwaFollow New Theory Radio on Social Media - @newtheoryradio--------------------------------------The Identity CrisisTwitter: @TheIDCInstagram: @theidentitycrisisArlene PaculanTwitter: @official_arleneInstagram: @arleneofficialmusic--------------------------------------KandleInstagram & Twitter: @KandleOsborneKandle's new album 'Set The Fire' comes out this Spring--------------------------------------Lex TanTwitter & Instagram: @lextanmediaCheck out the debut episode of 'Ringside Heat' this Saturday at 9pm on SAUGA 960 AM--------------------------------------New Theory Radio can be heard live on Sundays at 11am and Mondays at 8pm ONLY on News Talk Sauga 960 am (@Sauga960am) - https://sauga960am.ca
We 'break kayfabe' on this week's NTR! Host Nav Nanwa kicks things off on this week's show being joined by Michael Vickers and Nuvi Sidhu from the Brampton Arts, Culture and Creative Industry Development Agency. This past February, the city of Brampton took a step forward in its ambitious vision for the arts and culture sector by starting the Agency. It was formed to act as an arms-length group that will be able to execute the priorities that were listed in the city's 2018's Culture Master Plan. Nuvi and Michael talk to Nav about the agency's creation, its priorities, and how people can get involved. And then we switch gears to welcome Rapper Cadence Weapon. Originally from Edmonton, Cadence bursted onto the scene in 2005 with his Polaris Prize shortlisted album 'Breaking Kayfabe' This former poet laureate has consistently rejected trends and has trusted his instinct to produce some of the most innovative hip hop you can hear anywhere. His new album Parallel World comes out on April 30th, and unearths the alternate reality that lies beneath the surface of our society. Nav talks to Cadence about the album, the lost art of CD burners, why it's important for him to use his voice for social justice. New Theory Radio theme produced by Dusty Loops (@DustyLoops and www.dustyloops.com)Follow our Panellists:Nav NanwaInstagram & Twitter: @navnanwaFollow New Theory Radio on Social Media - @newtheoryradio--------------------------------------The Brampton Arts, Culture and Creative Industry Development AgencyInstagram & Twitter: @CultureBramptonApply now for the Agency Advisory Council: https://bit.ly/3xiRRf4 (Application due on May 31st)--------------------------------------Cadence WeaponInstagram & Twitter: @CadenceWeaponCadence's new album 'Parallel World' is available everywhere on April 30th--------------------------------------New Theory Radio can be heard live on Sundays at 11am and Mondays at 8pm ONLY on News Talk Sauga 960 am (@Sauga960am) - https://sauga960am.ca
It's that time of year again!!! Wrestlemania is upon us and it's all the talk on this week's NTR! Host Nav Nanwa is joined by fellow wrestling fans TV Producer Akilah Prendes and newscaster Lex Tan to talk about the following topics: - Why Wrestlemania season is the best season? - Favourite Wrestlemania matches of all time? - In their opinion....Who is Ms. Wrestlemania? - Thoughts on this year's show specifically Bad Bunny, Logan Paul, and the two big main events New Theory Radio theme produced by Dusty Loops (@DustyLoops and www.dustyloops.com)Follow our Panellists:Nav NanwaInstagram & Twitter: @navnanwaFollow New Theory Radio on Social Media - @newtheoryradio--------------------------------------Akilah PrendesInstagram: @_g3mini_Lex TanTwitter & Instagram: @lextanmedia--------------------------------------New Theory Radio can be heard live on Sundays at 11am and Mondays at 8pm ONLY on News Talk Sauga 960 am (@Sauga960am) - https://sauga960am.ca
We back with another new NTR! ⁣⁣Host Nav Nanwa says 'Wussup' to the arts and entertainment collective Stay Out Late - Scotty IV, Tremayne, Charlie Noiir and Young Wolf. The crew returns to the show to talk about their latest run of new music this year and what it's been like to make music together over the last year. They also review Justin Bieber's Top Five MC list, and who would be a suitable #Verzuz opponent for Dr. Dre. ⁣⁣And for our #NTRSpotlight, we welcome singer Russell Louder. They just dropped their new album 'Humor'. They talk to Nav about their start in music, why it will make listeners dance and cry...at the same time, ⁣and why Russell sometimes sends certain journalists invoices. New Theory Radio theme produced by Dusty Loops (@DustyLoops and www.dustyloops.com)Follow our Panellists:Nav NanwaInstagram & Twitter: @navnanwaFollow New Theory Radio on Social Media - @newtheoryradio--------------------------------------Stay Out LateTwitter: @StayOutLate_Instagram: @StayOutLateTremayneTwitter: @tremaynemusicInstagram: @ldaatiScotty IVTwitter & Instagram: @Scotty4EyesCharlie NoirInstagram: @CharlieNoiirYoung WolfInstagram: @theonlyyoungwolfCheck out Stay Out Late's latest single 'Wussup' now on all streaming services--------------------------------------Russell LouderTwitter & Instagram: @RussellLouderCheck out Russell Louder's new album 'Humor' now: https://russelllouder.bandcamp.com/album/humor--------------------------------------New Theory Radio can be heard live on Sundays at 11am and Mondays at 8pm ONLY on News Talk Sauga 960 am (@Sauga960am) - https://sauga960am.ca
We 'Get Lucky' by doing our 'Homework' on this week's NTR! Host Nav Nanwa looks back on the career and legacy of electronic music duo Daft Punk. The group announced a few weeks ago that they have decided to call it quits after being together for almost 30 years. Joining Nav is producer/photographer Dusty Loops, and artist Scotty IV. The three of them discuss the following: - Reaction to the group breaking up- What made them so special?- Favourite tracks/albums- Favourite collaborations outside of house and dance music- Are they the best electronic duo of all time? And then we 'shake off some rust' with music group The Blue Stones for this week's #NTRSpotlight. Vocalist Tarek Jafar talks to Nav about their newly released album 'Hidden Gems', what it was like to work with MuteMath's Paul Meany, and the music scene in Windsor. New Theory Radio theme produced by Dusty Loops (@DustyLoops and www.dustyloops.com)Follow our Panellists:Nav NanwaInstagram & Twitter: @navnanwaFollow New Theory Radio on Social Media - @newtheoryradio--------------------------------------Scotty IVTwitter & Instagram: @Scotty4Eyes--------------------------------------The Blue StonesTwitter & Instagram: @TheBlueStonesCheck out The Blue Stones new album 'Hidden Gems' --------------------------------------New Theory Radio can be heard live on Sundays at 11am and Mondays at 8pm ONLY on News Talk Sauga 960 am (@Sauga960am) - https://sauga960am.ca
On this week's NTR, we celebrate International Women's Day! IWD is a time where we recognize the various achievements of women around the world. This year's theme is #ChooseToChallenge, which is meant to address gender bias and inequality. Host Nav Nanwa is joined by a special panel consisting of women who've pushed through in their respective industries, and who have created their own opportunities. These women are: - Nataleigh Ballantyne, Entrepreneur/Co-Founder - Loveshack TO- Sharma MacDonald, Actress/Director - 2020- Eldiana Begovic, Cultural Development Manager - Visual Arts Mississauga The three them discuss what #ChooseToChallenge means to them, how they have over come biases and barriers in their careers, and how they go about lifting others through their work. New Theory Radio theme produced by Dusty Loops (@DustyLoops and www.dustyloops.com)Follow our Panellists:Nav NanwaInstagram & Twitter: @navnanwaFollow New Theory Radio on Social Media - @newtheoryradio--------------------------------------Nataleigh BallantyneTwitter: @nataleighbInstagram: @nataleigh.not.nat and @loveshacktorontoSharma MacDonaldInstagram & Twitter: @sharmamacdonaldEldiana BegovicTwitter: @eldibegovic Instagram: @you_made_it_peel--------------------------------------New Theory Radio can be heard live on Sundays at 11am and Mondays at 8pm ONLY on News Talk Sauga 960 am (@Sauga960am) - https://sauga960am.ca
It's all about family on this week's NTR! Host Nav Nanwa kicks off the show with husband and wife - Spoken-Word Artist Alyestal Hamilton and Visual Artist Ren Thomas. Both of them are NTR alumni, but most importantly they are the parents of two beautiful girls Monae and Soleil. They talk to Nav about what this year's Black History Month means to them. They also share stories on how they met, how they go about supporting each other's creative passions, and what it's like to juggle artistry with family life. And then we switch gears to our #NTRSpotlight. EverythingOShauN is a Hip Hop artist from Brampton. His debut project, Until Now premiered in March 2016 to positive acclaim. He's been featured in such notable outlets like Noisey, Complex, Now Toronto and Exclaim. Recently, him and his producer/brother Xpress released their latest project 'Maybe It’s Nothing Maybe It’s Everything' to critical acclaim. We talk to them about their music beginnings, what it's like to be brothers and collaborators, and why 2021 will be their most productive year to date. New Theory Radio theme produced by Dusty Loops (@DustyLoops and www.dustyloops.com)Follow our Panellists:Nav NanwaInstagram & Twitter: @navnanwaFollow New Theory Radio on Social Media - @newtheoryradio--------------------------------------Alyestal HamiltonInstagram & Twitter: @alyestalRen ThomasInstagram: @RenzzzartCheck out Ren's new Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/renzzzart--------------------------------------EverythingOShauNInstagram: @everythingoshaunTwitter: @evrythingoshaunXpress aka DJ XPInstagram & Twitter: @xpressakadjxpCheck out EverythingOShauN's latest project 'Maybe It's Nothing, Maybe It's Everything': https://www.everythingoshaun.com/--------------------------------------New Theory Radio can be heard live on Sundays at 11am and Mondays at 8pm ONLY on News Talk Sauga 960 am (@Sauga960am) - https://sauga960am.ca
We're bacccccck with a new episode of NTR!This week host Nav Nanwa is joined by singer/songwriter Nicole Chambers and artist/educator Tracey Kayy. Nicole a Canadian artist who makes music that speaks of truth, love, and self growth; and Tracey is a multidisciplinary musician (singer, song-writer, producer, rapper and spoken-word artist) who sheds light on the difficulties and traumas within our society. Both of them reflect on Black History Month and what it means to them. They also discuss the racial uprising from last summer, and their current creative processes when making music. Plus, our #NTRSpotlight this week features Tennyson King. From the mountains of BC to the coast of Tasmania - people have been following the sounds of Tennyson's crisp, round voice for years. He joins Nav to chat about his travels as a music artist, and the recent release of his post-apocalyptic folk song 'Garden of Truth'. New Theory Radio theme produced by Dusty Loops (@DustyLoops and www.dustyloops.com)Follow our Panellists:Nav NanwaInstagram & Twitter: @navnanwaFollow New Theory Radio on Social Media - @newtheoryradio--------------------------------------Nicole ChambersInstagram: @nicole.chambersTwitter: @nic__chambersCheck out Nicole's latest project 'Voice Of A Virgo': https://ffm.bio/nicolechambersTracey KayyInstagram: @Tracey.KayyTwitter: @Tracey_KayyCheck out the music video for Tracey's latest single 'Take Me': https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VWhLJbUNVYI&feature=youtu.be--------------------------------------Tennyson KingInstagram & Twitter: @TennysonKingCheck out Tennyson's new single 'Garden Of Truth' on all streaming services now: https://tennysonking.com/--------------------------------------New Theory Radio can be heard live on Sundays at 11am and Mondays at 8pm ONLY on News Talk Sauga 960 am (@Sauga960am) - https://sauga960am.ca
NTR is here with a NEW Episode! Valentine's Day is approaching! Host Nav Nanwa is joined by Geekly Goods' Amanda Guarragi and AJ Fairnot to 'theorize' about the 'romantic comedy' genre of movies. The three of them break down what makes a good rom-com, why the term 'chick flick' needs to disappear, and whether one of Nav's favourite movies 'Wedding Crashers' is a romantic comedy. Our #NTRSpotlight is also back as we welcome singer/songwriter Gisun. Originally from Toronto but now in Vancouver, Gisun is known to incorporate unique sounds and styles into her repertoire. Her current song project 'Gracias a la Vida' is a collaboration amongst many international artists. She talks about her journey into music, her connection to the environment, and the process that went behind making this project during the start of the pandemic. New Theory Radio theme produced by Dusty Loops (@DustyLoops and www.dustyloops.com)Follow our Panellists:Nav NanwaInstagram & Twitter: @navnanwaFollow New Theory Radio on Social Media - @newtheoryradio--------------------------------------Amanda GuarragiInstagram & Twitter: @amxndareviewsCheck out Amanda's Film Reviews here: https://candidxcinema.com/AJ FairnotInstagram: @GeekVibesAJTwitter: @AJ_GeekVibesCheck out AJ's work on Geekly Goods: https://geeklygood.com/--------------------------------------GisunInstagram: @gisunmusic Twitter: @gisun_musicCheck out the 'Gracias a la Vida' project - in benefit of Music Heals on all streaming platforms starting February 10th - https://www.gisunmusic.com/--------------------------------------New Theory Radio can be heard live on Sundays at 11am and Mondays at 8pm ONLY on News Talk Sauga 960 am (@Sauga960am) - https://sauga960am.ca
One Time For Your Mind! New Theory Radio is back with another edition of 'Theories on Mental Health'This year we're focusing on three themes: Isolation, Creation, and Mindfulness. Host Nav Nanwa is joined by musical Artist Siddartha, Artist/Counsellor Teneshia Samuel, and Visual Artist Lindsey Kemp to discuss how the events of the pandemic affected their mental health. They each share how they dealt with feelings of isolation during this time, and how creating art and music allowed them to cope. And then Nav is joined by Meditation Expert Jules Diva. Jules run an instagram account called @thepresenceof which focuses on the practice of mindfulness. Jules shares what mindfulness is, how it helps with anxiety, and how it can be benefit one's creative thinking. She also walk us through an example of 'mindful eating' New Theory Radio theme produced by Dusty Loops (@DustyLoops and www.dustyloops.com)Follow our Panellists:Nav NanwaInstagram & Twitter: @navnanwaFollow New Theory Radio on Social Media - @newtheoryradio--------------------------------------SiddarthaInstagram: @siddarthamusicTeneshia SamuelInstagram: @teneshia.samuelLindsey KempInstagram: @lindeykemp--------------------------------------Jules DivaInstagram: @julzdiva & @thepresenceof--------------------------------------Sponsor:PAMA (Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives)Twitter & Instagram: @visitpamaCheck out ‘When Night Stirred At Sea’ which is in partnership with Caribbean Art Fair, The Black Artist Network in Dialogue (BAND) and guest curators Karen Carter and Greg Manuel. This exhibition brings together works by several English Caribbean artists to reflect on the breadth of contemporary aesthetic practices within the broader Caribbean community. It's happening virtually right now at www.pama.peelregion.ca--------------------------------------New Theory Radio can be heard live on Sundays at 11am and Mondays at 8pm ONLY on News Talk Sauga 960 am (@Sauga960am) - https://sauga960am.ca
It's all about paintings, fibres and textures on this week's NTRPresented by PAMA (The Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives)Host Nav Nanwa is joined by three visual artists who are a part of the When Night Stirred At Sea exhibit - which is currently happening virtually at PAMA. These artists include: - Mile Regis: Los Angeles based Multimedia Artist https://www.milesregis.com/- Katrina Coombs: Textiles and Fibre Artist https://katrinacoombs.wordpress.com/- Krystal Ball: Visual Artist https://krystalballart.com/All three of them talk and 'theorize' with Nav on the following: - How they got their start as artists- What their creation process looks like- The role social justice, gender equality and global citizenship play in their work- Why right now feels like a moment for Caribbean artists. New Theory Radio theme produced by Dusty Loops (@DustyLoops and www.dustyloops.com)Follow our Panellists:Nav NanwaInstagram & Twitter: @navnanwaFollow New Theory Radio on Social Media - @newtheoryradio--------------------------------------Miles Regis Instagram: @milesregisKatrina CoombsInstagram: @duchesskcfibresKrystal BallInstagram: @krystalballartist Don't miss PAMA's next artist talk: When Night Stirred at Sea: Artist Talk – Painting & TextilesThursday, January 28th 6pm-8pm: http://calendar.pama.peelregion.ca/default/Detail/2021-01-28-1800-When-Night-Stirred-at-Sea-Artist-Talk-Painting-amp--------------------------------------Sponsor:PAMA (Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives)Twitter & Instagram: @visitpamaCheck out ‘When Night Stirred At Sea’ which is in partnership with Caribbean Art Fair, The Black Artist Network in Dialogue (BAND) and guest curators Karen Carter and Greg Manuel. This exhibition brings together works by several English Caribbean artists to reflect on the breadth of contemporary aesthetic practices within the broader Caribbean community. It's happening virtually right now at www.pama.peelregion.ca--------------------------------------New Theory Radio can be heard live on Sundays at 11am and Mondays at 8pm ONLY on News Talk Sauga 960 am (@Sauga960am) - https://sauga960am.ca
Happy New Year! The first NTR of 2021 is here! Presented by PAMA (The Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives) This week, host Nav Nanwa is joined by three amazing artists/producers - all of which have big things planned over the next twelve months. He kicks off the show speaking with Montreal's Anomalie. He just dropped a new joint EP with Chromeo entitled Bend The Rules. Anomalie shares details on the EP, his journey into music, and his thoughts (and theories) on the future of Synthwave music. Then he is joined by NTR alum/Producer HeyBombay. Bombay chats with Nav about the changes he made to his life in 2020 both physically and professionally, and how he plans to continue betting on himself this year. Lastly, rapper Haviah Mighty returns to NTR to talk to Nav about her life after her big Polaris win in 2019, using her platform for important conversations, and the rollout strategy she's applying to her new music. New Theory Radio theme produced by Dusty Loops (@DustyLoops and www.dustyloops.com)Follow our Panellists:Nav NanwaInstagram & Twitter: @navnanwaFollow New Theory Radio on Social Media - @newtheoryradio--------------------------------------Anomalie Instagram & Twitter: @anomaliebeatsCheck out Anomalie's joint EP with Chromeo 'Bend The Rules' here: https://anomaliebeats.bandcamp.com/album/bend-the-rules-ep--------------------------------------HeyBombayInstagram: @HeyBombay1Check out HeyBombay's music here: https://linktr.ee/heybombay--------------------------------------Haviah MightyTwitter & Instagram: @HaviahMightyPresave Haviah Mighty's new single Antisocial here: https://foundation-media.ffm.to/antisocial--------------------------------------Sponsor:PAMA (Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives)Twitter & Instagram: @visitpamaCheck out ‘When Night Stirred At Sea’ which is in partnership with Caribbean Art Fair, The Black Artist Network in Dialogue (BAND) and guest curators Karen Carter and Greg Manuel. This exhibition brings together works by several English Caribbean artists to reflect on the breadth of contemporary aesthetic practices within the broader Caribbean community. It's happening virtually right now at www.pama.peelregion.ca--------------------------------------New Theory Radio can be heard live on Sundays at 11am and Mondays at 8pm ONLY on News Talk Sauga 960 am (@Sauga960am) - https://sauga960am.ca
It's Tuesday, You Know What That Means...THE YEAR END EPISODE OF NEW THEORY RADIO IS HERE! Presented By PAMA (The Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives)Host Nav Nanwa is joined by special guests to review the year that was 2020 from an Arts and Pop Culture standpoint...while also providing some 'theories' on 2021. Topics discussed were the following: - Theatrical releases shifting to streaming platforms- Music artists getting creative when there's no live shows- The impact of this year's racial injustice movement- Pandemic behaviour a year into the pandemic- Creating content and finding inspiration during the pandemic- Vaccines being the light at the end of the tunnel, and what that means for 2021... and more!!New Theory Radio theme produced by Dusty Loops (@DustyLoops and www.dustyloops.com)Follow our Panellists:Nav NanwaInstagram & Twitter: @navnanwaFollow New Theory Radio on Social Media - @newtheoryradio--------------------------------------Radha TailorInstagram & Twitter: @radhatailorAmanda GuarragiInstagram & Twitter: @amxndareviewsCheck out Amanda's Film Reviews here: https://candidxcinema.com/--------------------------------------TremayneTwitter: @tremaynemusicInstagram: @ldaati--------------------------------------Nataleigh BallantyneTwitter: @nataleighbInstagram: @nataleigh.not.nat and @loveshacktorontoD aka Dhanung BulsaraTwitter: @oTheFreshPrinceInstagram: @dhanung--------------------------------------Gurjoat GillInstagram: @GillKGTwitter: @PrancingPakoraSumit SinghTwitter & Instagram: @_sumitsingh16Twitter & Instagram: @peopleofthecomm & @peopleofthecommunity--------------------------------------Sponsor:PAMA (Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives)Twitter & Instagram: @visitpamaCheck out ‘When Night Stirred At Sea’ which is in partnership with Caribbean Art Fair, The Black Artist Network in Dialogue (BAND) and guest curators Karen Carter and Greg Manuel. This exhibition brings together works by several English Caribbean artists to reflect on the breadth of contemporary aesthetic practices within the broader Caribbean community. It's happening virtually right now at www.pama.peelregion.ca--------------------------------------New Theory Radio can be heard live on Sundays at 11am and Mondays at 8pm ONLY on News Talk Sauga 960 am (@Sauga960am) - https://sauga960am.ca
Art...Education...Innovation - we're talking about it all on this week's NTR! Presented by PAMA (The Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives) Host Nav Nanwa kicks off the show by talking with Allison, Ann and Michelle from PAMA about 2020 and how they were able to pivot their efforts amidst this pandemic. The three of them also share details on 2021, specifically on what to expect from an exhibit and programming standpoint. And then Nav welcomes Dr. Catherine Hale to the show. Catherine is the Director of Creative Campus for Sheridan College. She comes on the show to share details on the Open Innovation Challenge that Sheridan is currently hosting called 'Reimagine Learning and Education in our Communities'. They talk about the genesis of this challenge, the impact education has on influencing arts and culture, and the role Sheridan is looking to further play in the community. New Theory Radio theme produced by Dusty Loops (@DustyLoops and www.dustyloops.com)Follow our Panellists:Nav NanwaInstagram & Twitter: @navnanwaFollow New Theory Radio on Social Media - @newtheoryradio--------------------------------------Sheridan CollegeTwitter: @sheridan_collegeInstagram: @sheridancollegeCheck out Sheridan's Open Innovation Challenge 'Reimagine Learning and Education in our Communities' here: https://challenge.sheridancollege.ca/--------------------------------------Sponsor:PAMA (Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives)Twitter & Instagram: @visitpamaCheck out ‘When Night Stirred At Sea’ which is in partnership with Caribbean Art Fair, The Black Artist Network in Dialogue (BAND) and guest curators Karen Carter and Greg Manuel. This exhibition brings together works by several English Caribbean artists to reflect on the breadth of contemporary aesthetic practices within the broader Caribbean community. It's happening virtually right now at www.pama.peelregion.ca--------------------------------------New Theory Radio can be heard live on Sundays at 11am and Mondays at 8pm ONLY on News Talk Sauga 960 am (@Sauga960am) - https://sauga960am.ca
We back with another edition of New Theory Radio! Presented By PAMA (The Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives) This week Host Nav Nanwa welcomes Polaris-nominated Producer/DJ Paul Chin to talk about the year he's had since the release of his EP 'Full Spectrum. The album came out at the start of the pandemic, but despite all that it's been getting a lot of praise, as it was recently named as one Exclaim's EPs of the year. He talks about the journey he's had this year, and the new stuff he's working on. Plus he drops some theories and insights on Twitch DJ sets, and adopting a DIY approach with his work. And then we switch gears to talk about Food with Dine and Dash Radio's Matt Dean Pettit and Jeff Cole. Their show recently joined the SAUGA 960 AM family, and they talk to Nav about the premise, their experience within the local restaurant industry, and why conversations over food are the best. New Theory Radio theme produced by Dusty Loops (@DustyLoops and www.dustyloops.com)Follow our Panellists:Nav NanwaInstagram & Twitter: @navnanwaFollow New Theory Radio on Social Media - @newtheoryradio--------------------------------------Paul ChinInstagram: @ohyeahpaulchinCheck out Paul's latest EP 'Full Spectrum' here: https://ohyeahpaulchin.bandcamp.com/--------------------------------------Dine and Dash RadioTwitter & Instagram: @dineanddashradioDine and Dash Radio with Matt Dean Pettit and Jeff Cole airs Fridays at 1pm on SAUGA 960 AM--------------------------------------Sponsor:PAMA (Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives): @visitpamaCheck out ‘When Night Stirred At Sea’ which is in partnership with Caribbean Art Fair, The Black Artist Network in Dialogue (BAND) and guest curators Karen Carter and Greg Manuel. This exhibition brings together works by several English Caribbean artists to reflect on the breadth of contemporary aesthetic practices within the broader Caribbean community. It's happening virtually right now at www.pama.peelregion.ca--------------------------------------New Theory Radio can be heard live on Sundays at 11am and Mondays at 8pm ONLY on News Talk Sauga 960 am (@Sauga960am) - https://sauga960am.ca
NTR is back! - Presented By PAMA (Peel Art Gallery, Museum & Archives)This week's host Nav Nanwa welcomes two amazing artists to talk about each of their new projects. The first is singer/songwriter Dinah Thorpe. Dinah has been called "a composer of infinite cleverness” due to her unique sound and production. Her new album 'For The Birds' was released at the end of November. Dinah talks to Nav about the album, her production style, and how birds played a pivotal role in it's creation. And then Nav is joined by NTR alum/ Rapper-Turned-Author Noyz. Noyz has just released is Book/EP 'Keep Moving On' which tells the real-life story of his family, and their migration as a punjabi-sikh family. Noyz discusses how the book came about, the challenges he had putting it together, and why every story needs to be told. New Theory Radio theme produced by Dusty Loops (@DustyLoops and www.dustyloops.com)Follow our Panellists:Nav NanwaInstagram & Twitter: @navnanwaFollow New Theory Radio on Social Media - @newtheoryradio--------------------------------------Dinah ThorpeInstagram: @dinah.thorpe Check out Dinah's new album 'For The Birds' here: dinahthorpe.bandcamp.com--------------------------------------NoyzTwitter & Instagram: @noyzhiphopNoyz's new Book/EP 'Keep Moving On' is available everywhere: www.noyzhiphop.com--------------------------------------Sponsor:PAMA (Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives): @visitpamaCheck out ‘When Night Stirred At Sea’ which is in partnership with Caribbean Art Fair, The Black Artist Network in Dialogue (BAND) and guest curators Karen Carter and Greg Manuel. This exhibition brings together works by several English Caribbean artists to reflect on the breadth of contemporary aesthetic practices within the broader Caribbean community. It's happening virtually right now at www.pama.peelregion.ca--------------------------------------New Theory Radio can be heard live on Sundays at 11am and Mondays at 8pm ONLY on News Talk Sauga 960 am (@Sauga960am) - https://sauga960am.ca
Welcome to New Theory Radio's new BONUS podcast series 'Theories, Tips and Tricks' - Useful Information For Today's CreativesThis is a sporadic series exclusive to the NTR podcast feed. Every few weeks we will be joined by professionals from various fields to share theories, tips, and tricks on how you can take your creative passions to the next level. For Episode one - we are discussing websites with Young Lee, the Director of Marketing for GoDaddy Canada. GoDaddy's Websites+ Marketing platform is ideal for anyone trying to grow their business online. The platform's tools include SEO, insights, and more - all of which will give you the knowhow when getting your website online and marketed to the right audience. Nav and Young discuss this platform in detail, and why right now is the optimal time for creatives to have an online presence. Podcast Theme produced by Dusty Loops (@DustyLoops and www.dustyloops.com)Follow our host: Nav NanwaTwitter: @nnanwaInstagram: @navnanwaFollow New Theory Radio on Social Media - @newtheoryradioCheck out GoDaddy's Website + Marketing platforms: https://ca.godaddy.com/websites/website-builder
We bring back the Pop Culture Panel on this week's NTR - Presented by PAMAHost Nav Nanwa welcomes Jazan and Taman from the Sauga 960 AM show Hashtag This to discuss and 'theorize' on some of the biggest Pop Culture stories from the week including: - The Weeknd being snubbed by the Grammys- The possible demolition of the Rogers Centre (fka The Skydome) and the impact that would have to Toronto culture- The 'Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives' and Netflix's current obsession with South Asian reality TVNew Theory Radio theme produced by Dusty Loops (@DustyLoops and www.dustyloops.com)Follow our Panellists:Nav NanwaTwitter: @nnanwaInstagram: @navnanwaFollow New Theory Radio on Social Media - @newtheoryradio--------------------------------------Jazan GrewalInstagram: @happyjazanTwitter: @jazangrewalTaman Atwal & The ElemntTwitter: @tamanatwalInstagram: @tkatwal & @theelemntListen to Hashtag This Daily on Sauga 960 AM from 1pm-2pm--------------------------------------Sponsor:PAMA (Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives): @visitpamaCheck out ‘When Night Stirred At Sea’ which is in partnership with Caribbean Art Fair, The Black Artist Network in Dialogue (BAND) and guest curators Karen Carter and Greg Manuel. This exhibition brings together works by several English Caribbean artists to reflect on the breadth of contemporary aesthetic practices within the broader Caribbean community. It's happening virtually right now at www.pama.peelregion.ca--------------------------------------New Theory Radio can be heard live on Sundays at 11am and Mondays at 8pm ONLY on News Talk Sauga 960 am (@Sauga960am) - https://sauga960am.ca
A NEW NTR IS HERE!!! We’re continuing our coverage of PAMA’s “When Night Stirred At Sea’. This exhibit is in partnership with Caribbean Art Fair (cArt), The Black Artist Network in Dialogue (BAND) and guest curators Karen Carter and Greg Manuel. The first virtual artist talk takes place on Saturday, November 28th where the exhibit will be profiling photographers. These artists will take time to explain their individual practices and influences and will discuss the ways in which their imagery is influenced by and speaks to their connection to the Caribbean. Joining host Nav Nanwa to talk about this further is co-curator Greg Manuel, renowned filmmaker Storm Saulter and legendary UK photographer Vanley Burke. Topics discussed include: - The emergence of Caribbean Film and Photography- The art behind capturing real moments in time - What exhibits like "When Night Stirred At Sea" could mean to a new generation of Caribbean creatives. In addition, Nav chats with Singer/Songwriter Meg Warren. Meg, who was originally from Newfoundland and now resides in Toronto, is prepping for the release of her new EP 'A Thousand Ways'. Previously the lead singer of well-known band Repartee, she's venturing on her own and talks to Nav about going solo, adjusting to Toronto, and the need for more female/non-binary representation when it comes to music producers and engineers. New Theory Radio theme produced by Dusty Loops (@DustyLoops and www.dustyloops.com)Follow our Panellists:Nav NanwaTwitter: @nnanwaInstagram: @navnanwaFollow New Theory Radio on Social Media - @newtheoryradio--------------------------------------Meg WarrenTwitter & Instagram: @megwarrenmusicMeg's EP 'A Thousand Ways' comes out on November 27th: megwarrenmusic.com--------------------------------------Storm SaulterInstagram & Twitter: @stormsaulterCheck out Storm's latest film 'Sprinter' currently on NetflixVanley BurkeInstagram: @VanleyBurkeCentreTwitter: @vanleyburkeFor more of Vanley's work check out: vanley.co.ukDon't miss PAMA's Artist Talk: Photographers taking place virtually this Saturday, November 28th.For more details visit: www.pama.peelregion.ca--------------------------------------Sponsor:PAMA (Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives): @visitpamaCheck out ‘When Night Stirred At Sea’ which is in partnership with Caribbean Art Fair, The Black Artist Network in Dialogue (BAND) and guest curators Karen Carter and Greg Manuel. This exhibition brings together works by several English Caribbean artists to reflect on the breadth of contemporary aesthetic practices within the broader Caribbean community. It's happening virtually right now at www.pama.peelregion.ca--------------------------------------Don't miss New Theory Radio LIVE in partnership with The Rose Brampton. It takes place virtually this Saturday November 28th at 7:30pm. The theme is Theories on Songwriting and features local artists Arlene and Raz. For FREE Tickets visit: https://bit.ly/3fdksd9--------------------------------------New Theory Radio can be heard live on Sundays at 11am and Mondays at 8pm ONLY on News Talk Sauga 960 am (@Sauga960am) - https://sauga960am.ca
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