Old Towns – Northey Sessions EP

May 13, 2015 Jamie Markell 0

7/10 I developed a love and appreciation for acoustic folk music when I started listening to City and Colour, which was apparently a decade ago according to my Sometimes record. Feeling old yet? Yeah, me […]


Cacia Gillian – Chimney Hill

May 12, 2015 Franca G. Mignacca 0

6.5/10 The ukulele is arguably one of the most underrated and underappreciated instruments. It is small but powerful; can be used in several different genres of music; and can uplift even the most sombre of […]


Mip Power Trio – Half Pint Full Heart

February 24, 2015 Joey Beaudin 0

8/10 Being released later this week on February 27th is the second full length album by Toronto’s Mip Power Trio called Half Pint Full Heart. Using the term broadly, they’re a folk-rock band whose sound can be described […]


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 […]


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, […]