Michael Thomas is the founder of Grayowl Point and managing editor at Digital Journal. He lives in Toronto and has a non-genre-specific love of Canadian music. He is known to go on binges of bluegrass music (usually triggered by hearing Trampled by Turtles’ “Wait So Long”) and will talk endlessly about his love for Jon Hamm, comic books, the podcast Comedy Bang! Bang! and the Toronto Blue Jays.
Laura Stanley is a freelance writer based in Toronto and editor of Grayowl Point. When not here or writing elsewhere, Laura is under a pile of books, drinking tea, or crying about British television.
Jack Derricourt was born in the same London hospital as Sex Pistols guitar hero Steve Jones. Since moving to Canada, he has written for Feedback magazine, toured along the longest highway in the world, and become a literary music journalism obsessive. He currently lives in the fourth largest city in North America. He remains uncertain as to who would win in a deadly karaoke throw-down: Phil Spector or Brian Eno.
I’m Elysse. When I was 14, I attended my first show in East Vancouver. I fell in love with indie music and we’ve been together ever since.
Things have changed a lot since 2008: I’m slightly taller and I now live in Toronto. Still, my unquenched thirst for new music, obsessive Internet surfing habits, and fan girl tendencies will probably never change.
I am an introvert that loves to socialize, a health nut with a sweet tooth, and a craft beer lover with a gluten sensitivity. Some less paradoxical facts about me are that I play drums in a band called The Lonsdales, I dabble as a concert reviewer and photographer, and I am passionate about social justice.
With an eternal devotion, I write for Grayowl, to document the many musical creatures that inhabit the immense landmass called Canada.
Hi everyone, I’m Anna. I am a freelance writer and student working towards my BA in Calgary. I have long been a passionate supporter of both Canadian music and theatre. My other interests include various environmental and political issues, volunteering, and travelling. You can find me here.
Chris Matei credits his interest in music of any kind to a childhood in which he was continually exposed to Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel, the Tragically Hip, and Weird Al Yankovic. A former co-editor of Diatribe magazine, he enjoys coffee and riding bikes at high speeds, and once wrote an undergraduate final paper on the work of Wes Anderson. He lives and works in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Eleni is an arts and entertainment critic, of sorts, with a mild fanaticism for all things Canadian. Currently based in Ottawa, she’s always planning A Great Canadian Roadtrip and taking recommendations for destinations.