Albums

Amber Lamps – Plaidypuss

March 9, 2017 Aaron Deck 0

8.2/10 Getting busted masturbating by someone close to you, doing favours for the mob, and practicing in a shitty jam space. What do all these things have in common? They’re topics covered by pop-punk rockers […]

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The Kubricks – The Heist

February 16, 2017 Mathieu Perrier 0

8.5/10 What do you get when you cross two-tone ska, reggae, a pinch of Latin, and elements of pop songwriting and production? No, this isn’t a setup to some stupid joke. In fact, unlike most […]

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Union Stockyards – Local Zero’s

January 25, 2017 Keenan Kerr 0

7/10 Bust out your skateboards, people, this one is full of frustrated punks. Winnipeg’s Union Stockyards released a short three-song hardcore punk EP back in November of Evil-Year (aka 2016) called Local Zero’s (why is […]

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Orchards – Pilot EP

January 14, 2017 Jordan Hodgins 0

6/10 Montreal based Canadiana quartet Orchards, recently launched their debut Pilot EP in December of 2016. Comprised of members Kaitlin Smith, Rob Malo, and Jean-Michel Chartier, the band comes together to invoke a bluegrass-folk-pop feel […]

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Missioner – Self-titled

December 27, 2016 Brian Charles Clarke 0

5/10 Missioner‘s second and self-titled EP is composed of a mix of classic and contemporary sad-rock legends, Brand New and the Smiths. Although this stylistic configuration leads to a pleasant listening experience, there’s nothing particularly […]

Albums

Sit Calm – Graphite

December 15, 2016 Mathieu Perrier 0

7/10 It’s always interesting to see emerging artists find a middle ground between two different genres. It makes for a pretty memorable listening experience, and an overall positive impression based on uniqueness alone. On their […]