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Review- “Babylon Hill”- Valued Customer

reviewed by Michael Thomas I’ve been having a lot of trouble trying to come up with a good introduction to this album because it’s one that is so far into the “weird” zone that I can’t just say “this is … Continue reading

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Review- “No Talker”- Ivy Mairi

reviewed by Michael Thomas Sometimes a long gestation period for an album can be a good thing. Ivy Mairi began writing songs at a very young age and was introduced to Michael Timmins of the Cowboy Junkies at age 17. … Continue reading

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Audible Hoots: Broken Bricks

Back in January of 2011, Broken Bricks sounded as though they could go in a bunch of different directions based on their sound. It looks like they’ve chosen their path with the release of two new singles. The first is … Continue reading

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Review- “Loss:/self”- Future History

reviewed by Michael Thomas Ever listen to an album and then sit and ponder what it’s all about? As someone who writes about albums fairly frequently, I do this a lot. But this album from Toronto-based Future History is one … Continue reading

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Review- “Fragments”- Goodnight, Sunrise

reviewed by Michael Thomas Sometimes you don’t need much to turn a well-tread genre into something fresh and fun. The idea of being an “indie rock” group seems to apply to almost anything, but Goodnight, Sunrise go one better with … Continue reading

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Review- “Crayon Wars”- Wendy Versus

reviewed by Michael Thomas I’ve already went over, in several other reviews, the gladness I feel when electronic music shows emotion, so I won’t make any more mention of that. But I wasn’t expecting what I got from Crayon Wars, … Continue reading

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Review- “End’s Meat”- Kilometre Club

reviewed by Michael Thomas A band with confidence is always a band that at least gets some attention. So it was with Toronto-based “folktronica” group Kilometre Club, who describe themselves as follows. Quote, Kilometre Club is the greatest band ever … Continue reading

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