Tag Archives: Montreal indie

Review – “Water The Next Day” – Un Blonde

reviewed by Elysse Cloma  Once described as a “grizzled indie veteran,” experimental indie act Un Blonde aka Jean-Sebastien Audet is only 19 years old and has already played in countless indie acts in Calgary’s music scene. In 2014, Audet made … Continue reading

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Review – “Word On The Street” – Dany Laj and The Looks

reviewed by Christian Patrick Mark my words: Expect big things from Dany Laj and The Looks in 2015. And I say this with the full knowledge that 2015 is already half over. About to head out on a 25-date Canadian … Continue reading

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Review- “Bird Eyes”- Wind Up Radio Sessions

reviewed by Michael Thomas It’s always good to hear when a band figures itself out. In the case of Wind Up Radio Sessions, the band had two rows it could go down. The band’s debut album, Red Brick House, showed … Continue reading

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Review- “Thank You”- Hexes and Ohs

reviewed by Michael Thomas Since starting this blog, two broad genres have become much more endearing to me. The first, folk, crept up on me slowly until it became something I couldn’t believe I’d lived without. The second, electronic music, … Continue reading

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Review- “Mak”- Mak

reviewed by Michael Thomas I suspect that this band gave themselves such a simple and elusive name to not let it get in the way of their music. You can definitely hear the influences the band has in their music, … Continue reading

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Review- “Porcupine Hill”- Burrows

reviewed by Michael Thomas Maybe I just love ukuleles and witty lyrics, but Porcupine Hill, the latest album from Montreal band Burrows, was ridiculously charming. Lead singer Desiree Gordon reminded me quickly of Kim Barlow, the Yukon singer-songwriter who does … Continue reading

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Review- “Coming Home”- Arbor Glades

reviewed by Cory McCrindle Katherine Anne Porter had it right.  The American journalist, novelist and Pulitzer Prize winner once said “There seems to be a kind of order in the universe, in the movement of the stars and the turning … Continue reading

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