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Pulse Park

Pulse Park – Apollonian Heart – Review

Canadian act Pulse Park is a freshly assembled crew who met on an Arctic expedition. With their “psycho-acoustic noise pop” sound, they deliver songs detailing “the cold, the dark, cod-liver oil, and the dinky Arctic hares”, providing a unique insight into a rare lifestyle. Pulse Park released a three song self-titled EP in May of […]

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Clash Contrast - Left Right

Clash Contrast – Left-Right EP – Review

Challenging the status quo with their ethereal blend of trip-hop, jazz, and EDM, Clash Contrast has built a catalogue of more than thirty-five original tracks since forming in 2007. A talented vocalist, lyricist, electronic music maker, and producer based in Winnipeg, Canada, Clash Contrast has collaborated with a variety of other artists and gained exposure […]

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The Forks

The Forks – Round The Bend

The Forks are Donovan Thorimbert and Hank Gimby. They’re a couple of dudes that are just “cruising down the Folky-Rock highway in a banj-o-mobile” as their Facebook page states. If you like the banjo and the genres of music that comes with it then stay tuned, you may like these guys! The Forks – Round […]

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Monty Grieg

Monty Greig – Featured Artist

Monty Greig is our featured artist this week and if you’re into crooning and swooning then keep reading! After meeting Monty for the first time in our “virtual green room” for our show Indie Music LIVE! I could tell right off the bat I wanted to sit down and have a drink with him. You’ll […]

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Freudz Couch - Freedom

Freudz Couch – Freedom

Freudz Couch have returned with some more rockin’ sounds. The Canadian quartet, originally active from ’93-’03, reformed two years ago in 2016. The band has released a single entitled “Freedom”, a follow-up to their 2017 EP Ego. Freudz Couch – Freedom The vocals then make a powerful entrance, searing themselves onto the listeners brain. “Blue […]

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Bill McBirnie

Bill McBirnie with Bernie Senensky – The Silent Wish – Review

Canadian flutist Bill McBirnie has returned with another fantastic album of instrumental jazz and Latin music. The Toronto-based artist finds himself partnered again with pianist/accompanist Bernie Senensky; the latest album being their second work together, following 2006’s Paco Paco. Entitled The Silent Wish, the album is brimming with Samba and Bossa Nova sounds, instantly transporting […]

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Brent Roach

Brent Roach – Featured Artist

Brent Roach is one of those dudes that just does his own thing. He caught our attention quite a few months ago and we played his music on our show Indie Music LIVE! One thing led to another and we decided to feature him. His new single “Angel” is really good and you should listen […]

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Trevor Heaslip

Trevor Heaslip – Nothing To Say – Review

Trevor Heaslip was once a part of the Ontario-based band Shavings 57, but other than that there’s not much to find online about this guy! Literally the only “about” bio I can find about him is on his Facebook page which states “After years of working on the genre-defying solo musical project Shavings 57, Ontario-based […]

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