Albums

Michael Lee – Blown Away

August 6, 2014 Karyna Evangelista 5

Embarrassment-by-proximity, also known as second-hand embarrassment, is an unfortunate symptom of day-to-day life that most of us have had to deal with. It’s the feeling you get when your friend asks the big-boned woman if […]

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Skip Duglas – Change Together

August 2, 2014 Syd Ghan 0

Here’s a twist for you; I’m going to talk about how much Skip Duglas’ Change Together reminds me of so many other artists, but I’m not going to do it negatively. This album includes all the […]

Albums

Seeds of Negligence – 2014 EP

August 2, 2014 Syd Ghan 0

As a rule, I’m weary of metal bands whose logos are impossible to read. They conjure images of overpowering blast beats, masturbatory guitar fuzz and unchanging cookie monster vocals. Therefore, I didn’t think I was […]

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The Red Rails – A Living Fiction

August 1, 2014 Valerie 0

I wonder if Ottawa-based power trio, The Red Rails, will fondly remember July 2014 as the month the stars aligned for them… You certainly couldn’t blame them; a few notable and exciting things happened for […]

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Masked Intruder – M.I.

July 23, 2014 Jesse Gainer 0

As a fervent supporter of hackneyed, overused expressions, I believe it best to start this review of Masked Intruder‘s new full-length record M.I. by saying “What is old is new again.” Now, before fans of […]

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Peur – We Can Build Astronauts

July 18, 2014 Shannon Fong 0

Hailing all the way from the UK, alternative rock band Peur released their 5-song  EP titled We Can Build Astronauts. I cannot even compare them to any other band out there because their sound is […]