Monthly Archives: March 2011
reviewed by Michael The Albertans couldn’t have picked a better album title for their first LP. While “new age” brings to mind predictions of 2012 and magick and tarot cards, it can also be seen as a reference to something … Continue reading
With yesterday’s review of the great Keep Full Ambitious you’ll probably want to hear what makes this album so great. The song you can take a listen to is called “The Three of You.” Enjoy!
reviewed by Michael Moving from drums to lead vocalist and guitarist turned out to be a great move for Kenton Loewen. Loewen has been known previously for drumming for several acts, including Dan Mangan and Mother Mother. It was with … Continue reading
Capturing snow, friends, fun, and great music, check out Inlet Sound’s video for their song, “The Peculiar Disappearance of Marion Bojangles.” From a Hamilton band that is on the brink of making it big, the video, beautifully shot on a … Continue reading
Reviewed by Laura Stanley A lead singer with a smooth and sultry voice paired with a mix of both an alt-country and alt-rock sound, Locomotive Ghost delivers a satisfying EP entitled, Close Your Eyes and Listen. Written primarily on the … Continue reading
reviewed by Madeleine Cummings *note: An incorrect version of this article appeared on March 24 Despite recently releasing the full-length Think About It in September 2010, Edmonton’s Falklands is back with a handful of highly-polished tracks that are sure to … Continue reading
reviewed by Michael With such a strange album title I was expecting a very weird solo debut from Mike Procyshyn. It’s actually pretty accessible in both tune and theme. Procyshyn sings with a country twang to his voice although his … Continue reading