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From the monthly archives:

February 2015

Green Sky Accident – “Fever Dreams”

February 24, 2015

Psych-pop act Green Sky Accident all the way from Norway. Don’t even ask how I got on the mailing list for their distribution people. I don’t know. It doesn’t matter. Because GSA (they let me call them that) are good. Really good. A grungey, grimey vibe permeates every note, every thought, with guitars tearing through [...]

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Ivan & Alyosha – “It’s All Just Pretend”

February 21, 2015

I spent a lot of time in 2013 raving about this Seattle folk-folk-rock group, Ivan & Alyosha. Well, great news my friends, their sophomore release “It’s All Just Pretend” will be out May 5 on Dualtone (Dine Alone in Canada). Pre-orders should now be up and running. Check out the trailer above. I don’t usually [...]

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Jasia – “Safety”

February 21, 2015

You know, I’m not really sure what to call this project. It’s from Australia, I can tell you this much. Jasia was actually born in Jamaica, raised in the USA, though. He likes to experiment with sounds and with instruments, and has played in a few rock bands along the way, but studied violin, guitar, [...]

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Highkicks – “Your Juice” / Tour Dates

February 21, 2015

Calgary has been pumping out some extraordinary bands recently. If you find yourself hanging out there in the next while, definitely check out Palomino, or the Republik, for some awesome bands. Or, of course, plan your entire summer holiday around Sled Island in June. Sadly I won’t be there again this year, owing to the [...]

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Daniel Lanois – Thoughts And Tours

February 17, 2015

An article in the February issue of Premier Guitar prompted me to go check out Daniel Lanois’ 2014 album “Flesh And Machine”, and I immediately fell in love. An epic sonic journey of untold guitar magnificence, washed in a variety of subtle textures of other instruments. Do yourself a favour and check it out; it’s [...]

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Unnveig Aas – “How Long Must A Woman Mourn”

February 17, 2015

We’re heading across the ocean for this, as Unnveig Aas is an up and coming artist in the Norwegian folk scene. Yep, Norway. Coincidentally, I actually saw a movie based in Norway on the weekend, as my father-in-law selected “Into the White” for our Saturday evening entertainment. Set in World War II, a German air [...]

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Terrorista – “Dirty Smile”

February 17, 2015

One of my favourite tracks of the past month or so, “Dirty Smile” is a gritty, groovy track from this Toronto pop-punk duo. Well, or as they describe themselves on their facebook page, “post-post-post-punk”. The pair have been releasing a series of four tapes over the last few months. “Dirty Smile” is on the third, [...]

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