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Neverfriend – Evolve

January 16, 2015 Syd Ghan 0

6/10 Neverfriend definitely want, above all else, to be an honest band. Having said that, they’re probably going to write a song about how much they hate me, because I’m going to compare them to […]

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Emmas Ringer – Generations

January 15, 2015 Franca G. Mignacca 1

8.5/10 The grunge movement started in Seattle and rose to popularity in the 90s. Bands such as Nirvana, Pearl Jam, and Soundgarden were at the helm of its peak, and though they inspired several bands […]

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Evan Shay – Homeward EP

January 14, 2015 Franca G. Mignacca 2

4.5/10 Several things come to mind when thinking of jazz; cafés, old films, and romance, to name a few. If there is one word that is not normally associated with the genre, nor should it […]

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Wayfarer – Sleep Through to the Light

January 11, 2015 Shannon Fong 0

8.5/10 On September 23rd, 2014, pop punk band Wayfarer from Kitchener, Ontario released an eleven-0track LP titled Sleep Through to the Light. It was released on their bandcamp page, but they’ve been selling vinyl copies, which […]

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Tiger Uppercut – Rawk EP

January 10, 2015 Brian Charles Clarke 0

8/10 Tiger Uppercut‘s Rawk EP walks the fine line between punk rock and metal, incorporating seemingly unrelated and outdated styles along the way. Its first track, “Beat Up Truck”, opens with a funky bass line […]

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A Ghost in Drag – Self-Titled

January 10, 2015 Joey Beaudin 0

9/10 The first album I listened to in 2015 was the latest self-titled release from Saskatoon, SK-based A Ghost In Drag. This grindcore/progressive metal four-piece consists of members Jaye Luk (drums), Erik Hepp (guitar, vocals, and […]

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Jesse Speed – Shepherd’s Call

January 3, 2015 Joey Beaudin 0

8/10 Shepherd’s Call is the new EP by Montreal singer-songwriter Jesse Speed. The six-track folk album was released in late 2014 and was recorded at the artist’s home. It was mixed by Christopher Penningtion, mastered by Ryan Morey, […]