This atmospheric experiment in songwriting proves, just a few tracks in, to be an LP not to miss. In Another Life marks a fresh re-entry for the Toronto-based producer Sandro Perri as his first solo release since 2011. The album features an impressive, exploratory trilogy of tracks: “Everybody’s Paris Pt I” builds to “Everybody’s Paris…
Many bands do not recover from changing their name, but Calgary outfit Preoccupations — formerly Viet Cong — have done just that.
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The beating heart of Nova Scotia’s nouveau guitar-pop, Nap Eyes, has well outgrown expectations with their third release.
We need to talk about producer extraordinaire Jonathan Wilson.
Pop music often gets a bad rap — and sometimes it deserves it.
This long-awaited release proves there’s nothing wrong with never changing.
For many Saskatonians — lifelong or otherwise — there is a weird compulsion to dislike the Sheepdogs.
Aloof Edmonton innovator Sean Nicholas Savage certainly impresses with his twelfth studio release.
Eight years after the release of their sophomore album, F O R T R E S S, Miniature Tigers are back with a full LP of home-recorded reference works.