Songs In Seven with Matt Burt

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Hi folks! Well...it's been six months. 28 episodes. 10,000+ downloads from 60+ countries. And now we have arrived at the final episode of "Songs In Seven with Matt Burt". On today's show: I talk about a Vegas trip that got REALLY crazy, weigh i
This week, Matt encourages you to vote for his entry in the CBC "Song in the 6ix" contest, analyzes one of the most ridiculous coincidences ever recorded in the history of humankind, and makes a special announcement.  Check out Matt's entry in
Happy Valentine's Day, lovahs!! On this week's special double-length episode, Matt welcomes his first-ever guest to the podcast, the superbly talented Caroline Brooks from the JUNO Award-winning group The Good Lovelies, for a brand new original
Matt gives tips on how NOT to cheat the public transit system, does post-game analysis of the Super Bowl even though he recorded the episode before the game aired, and introduces the rockin' liberation anthem "Wide Open". Subscribe in iTunes or
Matt talks about the craziest thing he ever saw at a restaurant, discusses whether he'll start breaking out cover tunes, and breaks out the song "Something To Do". Subscribe in iTunes or your podcast app of choice, and don't forget to rate, rev
Matt stumbles upon perhaps the most existential typo of all-time in a local restaurant menu, gives job interview pro-tips to those applying for new professions, and breaks out the nostalgic track "Out On The Hill". Subscribe in iTunes or your p
Matt backs up one of his previous podcast stories with recently unearthed video evidence, basks in the luxury of having a working speedometer, and introduces the brand new song "Back To Space". Subscribe in iTunes or your podcast app of choice,
In Episode 21, Matt talks about the highly-anticipated forthcoming Guns N' Roses Axl and Slash reunion concert, discusses a hindrance to his effectiveness during a nuclear emergency, and debuts the new tune "Disruptor". Subscribe in iTunes or y
Happy New Year! In the first episode of 2016, Matt discusses how he travelled back in time for New Year's Eve, plays a clip of a song he planned to release Sunday but ended up leaving on the cutting room floor, and debuts the raw new acoustic t
For the final show of 2015, Matt dips into the past for a special double-length retrospective episode of "Songs In Seven", going back in time to revisit excerpts of all 18 original songs from the first four months of the project. It's like a Gr
In week 18, Matt showcases the new track "Boxin' Day Blues", gives a shout-out to his first-ever show sponsor (even if it was involuntary on their part), shares the tale of his most embarrassing Christmas moment, and recaps listeners' opinions
For week 17, Matt debuts the new song "Limbo", which combines the versatile influences of The Police, Metallica and Franz Ferdinand (the band, not the World War I assassin) into a diverse, fresh original track. Matt also uses creative (and bord
This week Matt introduces the new track "Take Her Back", questions whether his even-keeled nature is annoying to others, and discusses the best way to play it safe when ordering food at a restaurant. Don't forget to subscribe, rate, review and
Matt dips into the past and breaks out the first "throwback track" of the SI7 podcast, a tune he wrote in 2006 called "Buildings". He also reveals listener-submitted fantasy band rosters and talks about his twisted idea of rock star decadence i
Matt blows your mind with the new track "Captain Of My Soul", asks you for your all-time fantasy rock band roster (tweet it or email it in), and speculates about what he'll do with a large amount of free time he recently stumbled upon unexpecte
Matt introduces the new track "Up And Came", shares a musical story from the subway, and speculates about what he would (or wouldn't) have invented if he was the smartest man on Earth. Don't forget to subscribe, rate, review and tell a friend!
Matt indulges in his love for The Rolling Stones with the new track "Asking For A Friend", discusses the traumatizing nature of children's word games, and answers a frequently-asked fan question about whether he'll ever attempt a rap song. Don'
Matt debuts the blazing new tune "Tear It Down", basks in the afterglow of last week's special episode, and hypothesizes about prehistoric internet browser histories. Don't miss it! Don't forget to subscribe, rate, review and tell a friend! Fol
Matt introduces the brand new track "Your Love Song", discusses his preference for old-school video games, and asks a really important question in this very special episode. Don't miss it! Don't forget to subscribe, rate, review and tell a frie
Matt showcases Week 9's original tune "Millennial Man", talks about his real-life (not quite) action movie sequence, and addresses the "dos and don'ts" of public transit advertising. Don't forget to subscribe, rate, review and tell a friend! Fo
Matt debuts the new track "All The Way", discusses proper etiquette when it comes to effective heckling at baseball games, and addresses an important skill-set he has to "up his game" at as soon as possible. Don't forget to subscribe, rate, rev
Matt introduces Week 7's new original song "Pay the Piper", talks about his recent adventures in dog-sitting, discusses the joys of creating atmospheric "vibe music", and looks back on a special moment in his life that took place at the movies.
For Episode 6, Matt introduces the brand new song "Head In The Sand", discusses pre-show puking, delicious chicken souvlaki and the invigorating practice of taking creative chances. Don't forget to subscribe, rate, review and tell a friend! Tha
In Episode 5, Matt dishes out the new tune "You Know By Now", discusses his future parenting approach, tries semi-successfully to list his musical influences and attempts a cool and casual new approach to the show intro that goes...well...just
Matt breaks out this week's song "Caveman", talks about lyrical inspiration and how to get the right guitar sound, plus what it was like to work a job in a cemetery (hint: it was a grave situation). Don't forget to subscribe, rate, review and t
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