Monthly Archives: November 2011

Review- “No Couth No Class No Nothin’”- The Stogies

reviewed by Michael It takes a certain kind of band to be able to put out an EP with four rock songs and a country-sounding song laced with profanity. That band would be The Stogies. The four-piece band from Halifax … Continue reading

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Review- “Shouts”- Honheehonhee

reviewed by Michael Honheehonhee are a fairly new band and are rightfully nominated for best new band name in this year’s CBC Radio 3 Bucky Awards. According to the band the name comes from the sound that French squirrels make. … Continue reading

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Review- “Marathons”- The Soirée

reviewed by Cory McCrindle Have you ever gone to a party and had an ‘okay’ time?  You know, it was alright…but nothing about it was enough to make you pick up your cell phone and dial a friend to tell … Continue reading

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Review – “Provider” – Bry Webb

reviewed by Laura Stanley  If the name Bryan Webb or simply Bry Webb sounds familiar to you, it’s probably because Webb was the lead singer of the gritty rock band the Constantines, a band regarded by some people as one … Continue reading

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Review- “Moderns Lovers I/Destruction”- Rouge

reviewed by Michael A few months ago I was introduced to a Rouge, an all-girl electro-pop act that really grabbed my attention. I was impressed with how quickly they were able to turn the Horseshoe Tavern into a dance party. … Continue reading

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Review – “The Widowmaker” – Donovan Woods

reviewed by Laura Stanley  There’s something about Donovan Woods that captivates you as a listener. Although he falls under that simple singer-songwriter realm, Woods has a depth in his voice and to his lyrics that is able to make his … Continue reading

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Review- “The Complete Collected Singles LP”- The Famines

reviewed by Michael Everyone once in a while you’ll come across a band that makes you think “They rock!” Other times you’ll come across bands that rock your face off so hard you don’t even have time to reflect on … Continue reading

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Review- “Marine Dreams”- Marine Dreams

reviewed by Michael Attack in Black is pretty much gone, but its members seem to all be doing something great with their time. Daniel Romano has released two solo albums and was a guest on pretty much every You’ve Changed … Continue reading

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Review- “The Man With Flowering Hands”- Dixie’s Death Pool

reviewed by Michael Drip Audio seems to be continuing the trend of record labels with a particular sound. Anyone who is a regular fan of You’ve Changed Records knows that they have cornered the market on a particular sound, and … Continue reading

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Review- “The Wynnes”- The Wynnes

by Cory McCrindle Roots music – in this case traditional folk music – is not for everybody.  I’ll preface this review with that observation.  But if you are a true fan, there is something very soul-satisfying about the genre of … Continue reading

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