There’s No Such Thing As A Setting Sun: An Interview With Shad

There’s No Such Thing As A Setting Sun: An Interview With Shad

Potholes favorite Shad is one of those artists who likes to live by the old adage of quality over quantity. He doesn’t hit us with an endless barrage of mixtapes, EPs, albums, videos, singles, etc… Instead, he likes to take his time and give us new music when he sees fit, like this past July when he dropped the Melancholy and the Infinite Shadness EP. The project features the London, Ontario native rapping over chopped-up versions of his favorite early ’90s singles, from the Breeders’ “Cannonball” to PM Dawn’s “Set Adrift on Memory Bliss”.

It also serves as a holdover for fans, who have been dying to hear a new full-length album from Shad since TSOL dropped in mid-2010. We talked to the sharp-tongued MC about his plans for his next record, what it’s like living in Vancouver now, performing with a live band, and much more.

Read the interview by clicking page 2 below.

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  1. Friend
    Jan 25, 2013 @ 19:06:00

    I just listened–genius! Seriously brilliant stuff man.

  2. Marco
    Oct 21, 2012 @ 20:15:00

    come to victoria again! i go by Nostic, i teach a hiphop class in a high school once a week, alot of the kids are fans of yours, it would be great to get you out for a show/ session with the class. e mail me nosticlive@gmail.com here is some of my material

  3. TEA
    Oct 01, 2012 @ 18:45:00


  4. Andrew Martin
    Oct 01, 2012 @ 12:51:00

    sounds like a good pickup line

  5. Oz
    Oct 01, 2012 @ 12:12:00

    Formerly in the book of records for the longest street. 1,178 miles long bro.

  6. Andrew Martin
    Oct 01, 2012 @ 10:26:00

    bah, thanks for the heads up

  7. ohyeahpaulchin
    Oct 01, 2012 @ 10:18:00

    Yonge*, not Young Street.

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