All posts by Emma Sloan

  • Review – Murder Murder

    Album: Wicked Lines & Veins Release Date: Sept. 15th, 2017 Genre: Bluegrass Wicked Lines & Veins by Murder Murder Murder Murder is getting dark and heavy...

  • Interview – Camille Delean

    Montreal’s Camille Delean is serenading audiences this summer with her new album, Music On The Grey Mile. Velvety, whimsical, and showcasing Delean’s stunning vocals, we...

  • Review – Emily Haines & The Soft Skeleton

    Album: Choir of the Mind Release Date: September 15, 2017 Genre: Pop The wait is finally over: Emily Haines & The Soft Skeleton has released her...

  • Review – Alicia Toner

    Album: I Learned The Hard Way Release Date: September 15th, 2017 Genre: Pop/Roots Award-winning New Brunswick-based theatre performer Alicia Toner is dazzling with her debut...

  • Interview – Gunner & Smith

    A melting pot of folk, rock, and post-Bowie blues, Saskatoon-based sensation Gunner & Smith are building the hype for their upcoming album, Byzantium. Produced by...

  • Review – Veronica

    Album: V1 Mixtape Release Date: August 25, 2017 Genre: Pop Hot on the heels of her latest single, “Money”, Toronto-based pop artist Veronica is wowing with...

  • Review – Rob Lutes

    Album:  Walk in the Dark Release Date: September 8, 2017 Genre: Blues/Roots Montreal-based Rob Lutes is wowing with his upcoming seventh album, Walk in the...

  • Review – Highlights of the Vancouver Island Blues Bash (Day 2)

    Have those end-of-summer-blues? Well, no one attending the 24th-annual Vancouver Island Blues Bash did: with three days of annual back-to-back afternoon and evening entertainment, island-favourite...

  • Review – Joseph Of Mercury

    EP:  Joseph Of Mercury Release Date: September 1, 2017 Genre: Indie/Pop Rising Toronto singer-songwriter Joseph Of Mercury bursts onto the music scene this September with...

  • Review – David Backshell

    Album:  Codeine Dreams   Release date: August 29, 2017 Genre: Indie Codeine Dreams by David Backshell Toronto-based singer-songwriter David Backshell delivers with his newest album,...

  • Review – Burn The Louvre

    EP: We’ll Be Just Fine Release date: Available now Genre: Indie/Rock Hamilton-based four-piece band Burn The Louvre is bringing the house down with their EP We’ll...

  • Review – The Heavy Blinkers

    Album:  The Night and I Are Still So Young Release date: Available now Genre: Indie/Pop The Night And I Are Still So Young by The Heavy Blinkers...

  • Review – Jason Buie

    Album: Driftin’ Heart Release Date: Available Now Genre: Blues A charismatic, rollicking good time—that is the overriding nature of BC-based singer-songwriter Jason Buie’s newest album, Driftin’...

  • Review – Brother Octopus

    Album: Serenaded Through Seaweed Release date: Available Now Genre: Indie If Edmonton-based band Brother Octopus’s bio doesn’t win your heart, who knows what will—fresh, quirky, and...