1. Matthew Bailey - Peniche [Live]


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    Filmed at Findhorn Foundation, Scotland during the New Story Summit. Listen more at http://matthew-bailey.bandcamp.com

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    • BK Live 6/16/14: Sports - Brooklyn Kings Rugby


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      Matthew Bailey discusses the Brooklyn Kings rugby team. Original air date: June 16, 2014 BRICartsmedia.org/bkindiemedia

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      • StudioFeed Radio: Fish n' Whistle: Episode #5


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        In the fifth episode of Fish n' Whistle, Graham Nicholas returns after a busy month of his own -- in which he celebrated the release of his own EP, Ruby and Other Bedtime Stories which you can stream or purchase here -- to share a new episode of Toronto-focused folk, country, rock and singer-songwriter tunes. Included in this episode are songs from multifaceted Toronto-based musician Matthew Bailey, who recently released an album called Tendrils (which can be streamed or purchased here), as well as some music from Corin Raymond, who successfully raised $7,000 in Canadian tire money to fund his newest release entitled Paper Nickels as Graham explains. Also included are a variety of Toronto-based country tracks, including Corin Raymond's "Old Fort Mac." Head to www.studiofeed.com/main/studiofeed-radio-fish-n-whistle-episode-5 for the full article and track list.

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        • Filmmaking Exercise #1


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          A 7-shot silent film that I did for my Filmmaking class

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          • BONUS FOOTAGE


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