The 5th installment of Bedroom Sessions features Edmontonian Tyler Butler and would probably be more accurately called a 'Church Session', as it features 3 tracks recorded at a gig Tyler performed in —you guessed it— a church. But I'm sure that somewhere someone has said something like "a church is jesus' bedroom", so I think this session can sneak in as still being a Bedroom Session under that technicality.
As with all Bedroom Sessions, you can download the whole thing for free over on Bandcamp and one track will be featured on an episode of Mix Tape Radio On Folk Radio UK. Unlike past sessions —and probably due to the fact that this session comes from a gig with onlookers, rather than alone in a room— there is a nice little video from the same night the recording was made. It features Tyler playing the opening track of this session, but it also has some nice 'atmosphere' footage, as well as Tyler talking about music (side question: why is it the ones with the quiet talking voices always seem to have built in amplifiers when they sing?).
Now would also be a great time for you to go get yourself a copy of Tyler Butler's beautiful EP Violence (which, as you may already know, I liked it quite a bit). It is probably the best thing he has done so far, and you can check out the rest of his Bandcamp page to see that all the other stuff is top notch as well.