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From the monthly archives:

April 2014

A Million Billion Dying Suns

April 30, 2014

Nate Mercereau is the frontman/guitarist/signer/principal songwriter for A Million Billion Dying Suns. He previously performed and recorded with Sheila E and Chaka Khan. But this music is anything but reminiscent of their sounds. Definitely belonging in the psych-gaze hemispheres, glistening and shimmering, like the video above for “Hey Man”. The quintet (Nate + guitar + [...]

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The Feed – “Rexy”

April 30, 2014

You know, when I first saw this email in my inbox and it said “RIYL The Black Keys // T.Rex”, my mind was instantly throwing the very idea out the window. I mean, c’mon, The Black Keys and T.Rex??? But sure enough, you definitely get a sense of both in this track – “Rexy”. The [...]

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NMM’s Very Own Astrofest 2014 (Warpaint/Cloud Nothings)

April 30, 2014

Yours truly was in Houston last week for a good part of the week because of my full-time job, and this time the gig scheduling gods smiled upon me. Thursday night I headed down to see Warpaint headline an all-ages evening at Fitzgeralds. Now, as most of you know, I’m not a big fan of [...]

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Sonic Boom The 2014 Edition

April 30, 2014

I suppose I wouldn’t be me if I didn’t comment on this year’s lineup for Sonic Boom. I think the first thing I was shocked at was the price, $199 for general admission, and $269 for VIP. Yeowch. Given, there’s now two full days and a third night here in Edmonton (Calgary gets two full [...]

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National Drone Day – May 10 2014 (Includes Gig In Edmonton)

April 23, 2014

I don’t know about you, but drone is one of those genres i that when I hear one of the better acts that represent the genre, I think to myself ‘man I need to get more into this’, but then it sort of slips by the wayside for a while. Well, look no further, because [...]

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The Darcys – “Hymn For A Missing Girl”

April 21, 2014

Epically long tracks are pretty hit and miss. You start getting into the fifteen minute plus category, and it either works, or it doesn’t. It really takes a great storyteller to capture someone’s attention for that long, and take them on the necessary journey required. And The Darcys have accomplished just that with the twenty-two-minute [...]

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Jamming With Hewson Grey

April 18, 2014

These days, some of my weeks are as much about playing music as listening to music. And while I still ended up listening to a lot of music this week (including the new release from Odonis Odonis), this was definitely one of those weeks. Sunday night was a performance session (my harmonica teacher hates the [...]

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Trummors – “Bogus Bruce” / “Moorish Highway” Out June 17

April 17, 2014

This morning I tweeted that “I’m a sucker for drone-folk”. Which was brought on by this delicious little number, “Bogus Bruce” from Woodstock’s Trummors, who are releasing their newest album, “Moorish Highway”, on June 17 (Ernest Jenning). The duo is comprised of songwriter Anne Cunningham, and multi-instrumentalist David Lerner, probably best known for his time [...]

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