Review – CYDEMIND

Album: Erosion Release Date: May 26th, 2017 Download Genre: Progressive Rock CYDEMIND have released their full length record, Erosion, their follow up to their 2014 debut EP, Through The Mist.  The progressive rock outfit from Montreal offers a unique twist on the genre with their use of a violin that has assumed a role similar […]

Pre-Release Review – The Pistolwhips

Album: Voices Release Date: May 26th, 2017 Pre-Order Genre: Rock The Pistolwhips are gearing up to strike big with their second full length record, Voices.  The Saskatoon, Saskatchewan based rock group will release their sophomoric release on Friday, May 26th, are has enough potential to put the band onto the path to being one of […]

Review – Johnson Crook

Album: Johnson Crook Release Date: May 5, 2017 Download Genre: Country-Rock Toronto based country-meets-indie rockers Johnson Crook have released their debut album, Johnson Crook.  The self-titled debut EP consists of four songs and is accompanied with the promise of a full length album later this year. The EP starts with the lead single, “Minnedosa”, a […]

Review – Kurt Swinghammer

Album: Another Another Release Date: May 12th, 2017 Download Genre: Avant-garde, Pop Not many people, especially in today’s shifting (or disappearing) music industry could release thirteen (yes, 13!) full length records, but that has not stopped Kurt Swinghammer.  Hailing from Toronto, Ontario, Swinghammer has released Another Another, a testaments as to how one could find […]

Review – Cat Clyde

Album: Ivory Castanets Release Date: May 5, 2017 Download Genre: Singer-Songwriter, Blues, Pop Hailing from Stratford, Ontario- a town rich with a poetic and Shakespearean flavour- comes Cat Clyde, a singer-songwriter as versatile and dynamic as you could imagine!  Her debut full length record, Ivory Castanets demonstrates just that with a unique collection of music, […]

Review – Sage

Album: Procrastinate Release Date: March 24, 2017 Download Genre: Grunge The style of grunge evokes a certain nostalgia of the 1990’s; dressed in dirty converse, torn jeans, ill-fitting sweaters, and greasy, ratty hair, grunge was the style which rejected the polished manner in which rock music was delivered throughout the previous decade and embraced a […]

Review – Stewart Legere

Album: Quiet The Station Release Date: April 21, 2017 Download Genre: Singer-Songwriter Indie singer-songwriter Stewart Legere of Halifax, Nova Scotia has released his debut album, Quiet The Station! ”Wishes In Wells”, the albums opening track, starts with a slightly funky acoustic sway as Legere serenades the listener with a soft and smooth voice.  Perhaps the […]