Monthly Archives: January 2011

Review – “The Inlet Sound EP” – Inlet Sound

Reviewed by Laura Stanley For a band that has recently begun their music career, Hamilton based Inlet Sound certainly has what it takes to make it in the music business. Since the release of The Inlet Sound EP last year, … Continue reading

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Review- “Co-Stars”- Jay Crocker

reviewed by Michael Looking at this album title, one might think it was a lame disc full of cheesy duets from old and forgotten pop stars. Thankfully, it’s not. Instead, it is an impressive album from one of the masters … Continue reading

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Review- “It’s Not You, It’s Me”- Spring Breakup

reviewed by Michael This could almost be a concept album. It covers almost every aspect of a relationship, from initial courtship to the breakup and beyond. Spring Breakup is made up of Kim Barlow, a Yukon singer-songwriter and Mathias Kom, … Continue reading

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Review- “Little Fugitives”- Broken Bricks

reviewed by Michael The best way to describe Toronto band Broken Bricks is “pop-rock with a dash of the dramatic.” Over the course of this six-song EP it’s a little difficult to get a perfect reading on the genre that … Continue reading

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Review- “The Peasant Terror/Chicken”- Connoisseurs of Porn

reviewed by Michael You are probably looking at this in confusion, both at the name of the 7″ and the name of the band. I assure you though, this is something to check out. Connoisseurs of Porn are a noise-rock … Continue reading

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A rugged night at the Tranzac

  by Michael On the Toronto leg of their Don’t Forget Your Sweater tour were Jon Janes, aka The Mountains and the Trees as well as Zachary Lucky. They played with Provincial Parks, a band which features members of The … Continue reading

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Review- “Let’s All March Back Into the Sea”- The Liptonians

reviewed by Michael Considering the amount of craziness that occurs over this new album from the Liptonians, I would not be surprised if the band does actually march back into the sea. This is the second album from the Winnipeg … Continue reading

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Review – “I Hope You Never Come Home” – Entire Cities

reviewed by Laura Stanley Toronto’s Entire Cities saw their popularity rise in 2008 when their debut album, Deep River, recorded by Canadian veteran producer Dale Morningstar, earned critical praise and found its way on to numerous year end “best of” … Continue reading

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Review- “Clocks and Hearts Keep Going”- Tanya Davis

reviewed by Michael This album is not a new album for the new year. In fact, this album came out at the beginning of November of last year. I somehow forgot about it amidst the tons of other albums at … Continue reading

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Review – “Jam The Blues” – Silver Wolf Band

Charlottetown’s Silver Wolf Band serve up a sunny collection of soft folk-rock ditties on “Jam The Blues”. The album starts off with the youthful organ-propelled “Violets and Roses”, which throws in mature lyrics such as “But I know if you … Continue reading

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