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Posted by Jay . on 2016/09/21
Substance and accessibility are often considered opposing forces when it comes to pop music, making it all the more impressive when a band like Scenic Route to Alaska so effortlessly delivers ample doses of both. The easygoing Edmonton-based...

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Posted by Jay . on 2016/09/21
It doesn’t seem likely that two long-haired, hippie types could pack the kind of punch that comes from Oshawa, ON-based Crown Lands. Composed of Kevin Comeau on the guitar & bass pedals and Cody Bowles on the drums & lead vocals, Crown Lands is a...

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Posted by Shane Macaulay on 2016/09/16
Father Owl are a Canadian Progressive Rock band from Toronto, Ontario, formed in 2012. James Tanner - Guitar / Vocals Jake Saenz - Bass Mateus Macedo- Drums Best described as Melodic Progressive rock, with ambient soundscapes. Father Owl...

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Posted by Jay . on 2016/09/09
It's pretty dificult to find out much about Micheal Bernard Fitzgerald, but here's a Huffington Post article about him.... Michael Bernard Fitzgerald (MBF) is a 29-year-old singer and songwriter from Calgary, Alberta, Canada. A touring...

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Posted by Jay . on 2016/09/09
Rynheart has emerged into the music scene with their raw rock n roll sound and energy. The Toronto rockers released their demo in the summer of 2013 and are not showing signs of slowing down. Visit their facebook page here:...

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Posted by Shane Macaulay on 2016/08/29
And so began the history of 9 Lives and Counting... In the dark ages at the turn of the century, Peter Alexander made a conscious decision that better music was required.  This fateful decision led him on a lengthy quest to find the perfect...

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Posted by Shane Macaulay on 2016/08/29
The Silence Factory is: Nathan McNevin - guitar and lead vocal; Shaun Miller - bass and vocal; Nathan Schiller - lead guitar and vocal; and Paul Doman - drums.Nathan McNevin and Shaun Miller were formerly in SieraSlave.  Nathan Schiller was...

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Posted by Shane Macaulay on 2016/08/23
We played our first show on the 24th of September, 2012 at Clarington Safety Day. Since that show we’ve had this overwhelming urge to continue playing shows as a band. We sat down and wrote out songs we all liked and thought of covering....

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Posted by Shane Macaulay on 2016/08/19
2016 sees the launch of Toronto indie band Last Hologram’s album Brave New Universe. But not before a death match with Toronto indie band Lickpenny Loafer. Okay, it was a metaphorical cage match. We used to be called Lickpenny Loafer. But...

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Posted by Shane Macaulay on 2016/08/19
With blazing leads, soulful harmonies, indelible melodies, and driving, powerful rhythms, the Commoners are anything but your typical Toronto rock quartet, and they’re setting out to prove it. Their journey began in 2009 when singer and...

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Posted by Jay . on 2016/08/09
For Pigeon Park, the release of their new single, ‘Sunlight Fading Away,’ represents a fresh start; an effort to chart a new course forward informed by their recent experiences on the road, and in the studio, with a track that showcases the...

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Posted by Jay . on 2016/08/09
Ayden's influences are Slash, Nuno Bettencourt, Satchel and B.B. King, to name a few.  His style is classic rock, funk rock and blues.  Ayden's first guitar teacher was Earl Johnson from Moxy and he has worked with Darren James Smith (Harem...

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Posted by Shane Macaulay on 2016/07/27
"Grass Grows Back is a three piece outfit originating from the greater Toronto area in Ontario Canada. Whether by fortune or damnation, the three sonic travelers have embarked on a life-time quest to revitalize the days of old; to rekindle and...

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Posted by Shane Macaulay on 2016/07/27
The Ballroom Babies are a rock trio from Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. The band consists of three brothers: Mike (drums/vocals), Steve (guitar/vocals) and Nathan (bass/vocals). From a young age, the three siblings shared a strong passion for...

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Posted by Shane Macaulay on 2016/07/21
Not many bands play their very first show opening for legendary Canadian rockers. But then again, not many bands are quite like Midnight Shine. When singer/songwriter Adrian Sutherland was invited to open for Trooper in Timmins in 2011, there...

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Posted by Shane Macaulay on 2016/07/20
Though they’ve been playing together since 2006, the members of Toronto-based pop-rock quartet Jane’s Party – Devon Richardson, Tom Ionescu, Jeff Giles, and Zach Sutton – feel like they’re just starting to gather steam. Ready to take off...

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Posted by Shane Macaulay on 2016/07/20
JPNSGRLS — pronounced “Japanese Girls” — formed in Vancouver in 2010 with their debut recording, The Sharkweek EP, releasing through Light Organ Records in 2013. Shortly after, the group linked up with producer Steve Bays (Hot Hot Heat,...

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Posted by Shane Macaulay on 2016/07/05
Velvet Black’s first English-language release “Hey Na Na Na (Rise & Shine)” is poised to be the soundtrack of your summer parties! Hailing from Quebec City, this trio is set to impress the rest of Canada as they have Quebec and the U.S. A modern...

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Posted by Shane Macaulay on 2016/07/05
Drenched in coastal haze, Still Waking Up pulsates with an urgent thunderous drive. The sophomore full-length from Rain Over St. Ambrose reverberates with anthemic sing-alongs, swampy fuzzed-out riff rock, and swirling synths. From...

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Posted by Shane Macaulay on 2016/06/30
Canadian band Curses have teamed up with AP to premiere the music video for "Headlights," a song about hoping for forgiveness in a relationship. The video shows scenes of singer Martin Broda (ex-Abandon All Ships) struggling with a relationship...

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