Tag Archives: Kingston indie

Review- “Death Dreams”- PS I Love You

reviewed by Michael Thomas It’s safe to say that PS I Love You has carved a niche for itself in the indie music scene. Their Polaris long-listed Meet Me At the Muster Station was a delicious, short and sweet fuzzy … Continue reading

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Review- “Dawn Time Riot”- The Gertrudes

reviewed by Michael A little while back I reviewed Richard Laviolette and the Oil Spills, remarking on how their music had such as strong sense of community. Well, if Richard Laviolette and co. are a community, then the Gertrudes, based … Continue reading

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Review- “Meet Me at the Muster Station”- PS I Love You

reviewed by Michael To put it simply, Kingston duo PS I Love You have rejuvenated my love for rock music. A bold statement, no doubt, but this ten-song LP made me realize that there are ways to make the electric … Continue reading

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