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From the monthly archives:

December 2015

LUCIUS – New Album Good Grief Out March 11

December 20, 2015

Well here’s some cool news. Electrofolkpop wizkids LUCIUS have a new album coming out in March. Titled Good Grief, here’s the first track from the album – Born Again Teen. An uber-rampager, sick little pop track from the Brooklyn five-piece. Though we all know the entire vibe of the band is masterfully crafted by Jess [...]

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Bloody Diamonds

December 19, 2015

Nothing like an angst-ridden, angry rock song on a cold winter day, is there. I was just looking back through my unread email and came across this gem. I meant to write about them at the time, but hey, better late than never. Bloody Diamonds, fronted by the wondrous marvel that is Sara Elizabeth, toured [...]

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Pigeon Breeders

December 19, 2015

These guys are so wicked cool. Based right here in Edmonton, the trio is an experimental noise rock project that’s off-kilter, messy and elegant all at the same damned time. Check out Fatigue Wave above. Their most recent album, Concrescence, was released back in August. The group is comprised of Will Scott (Brazilian Money, The [...]

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Reminiscing: A&B Sound

December 18, 2015

I was walking to the Metro (whom, by the way, still, after all these years, still have zero concept of customer service) today for a Christmas lunch, and lo and behold I walked past the old A&B Sound building. A little glint in my eye as I harkened back to the day … the days of [...]

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Tough Age – Plays Cub’s Hot Dog Day

December 16, 2015

You know, in looking back at 2015, one of my favorite moments still had to be the release of Tough Age covering the entire EP of Cub called Hot Dog Day. I mean, how epic was that. Down to the album art. Yep, epic. No other word for it. Needless to say I grabbed a [...]

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No Museums – “Hum” / New Album Now Available

December 16, 2015

Edmonton’s No Museums (previously known as Twin Library) released their newest album, Frightening Camera, on September 1. The newest effort from the local lo-fi rockers features “songs about low lands, green lands, first observations, engines, blackeyes, spiders, passings, foxes, hums, downfalls, summer lakes, winter fairs, staying awake, and hidden rooms”. They’ve already been featured on [...]

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Provincial Archive – “Bad Connection” / EP

December 16, 2015

It’s been a chaotic and tragic last couple of months in the NMM multiverse, but back in October I was talking to Craig of The Provincial Archive at the Up + Downtown Festival after their set, as I was volunteering and happened to be manning their merch table. Their set struck me as a lot [...]

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Freak Heat Waves Back In Yeg January 28

December 16, 2015

Bonnie's State of Mind by Freak Heat Waves Freak Heat Waves, who I raved and raved and raved about when they set Wunderbar ablaze back in the summer, are coming back to Edmonton to do a gig at Buckingham on January 28. Be there or be square. Here’s a link to their bandcamp site. Bonnie’s [...]

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