Review – The Wellington Folk

Album: Reverie EP Release Date: April 7, 2017 Download Genre: Folk/Rock Five piece Calgary folk/rock outfit The Wellington Folk recently released their EP ‘Reverie’ on April 7th. Performing together since 2011, Sarah Kemmers (vocals, guitar), Clayton Dell (vocals, guitar), Mike Shareski (vocals, bass), Ian Love (drums, percussion) and Gord Allert (electric guitar) came off their […]

Review – Guy Bélanger

Album: Traces and Scars Release Date: March 24, 2017 Download Genre: Blues/Folk Coming from Quebec with his melodic sounds of harmonica solos and straight acoustic guitar play is Guy Bélanger and his newest album Traces and Scars. As a blues fan I am impressed with this album, as it leaves room in the first few songs to actually write your […]

Review – John Cody

Album:   Hard Won: The Final Recordings Date:  May 26th, 2017 Download Genre:  A Sincere, Soul-Filled, Blues-Laden, Jazz-Inspired, Acoustic-Tinged, Swan Song One Line Review:  John Cody turns tragedy into triumph with his latest, and last, dynamically performed and arranged album Hard Won: The Final Recordings, a bittersweet ending to a bittersweet ending. Full Review:  The cover […]

Review – Fake Shark

Album: Faux Real Release Date: May 26, 2017 Genre: Alternative Download Faux Real is the highly anticipated album from Vancouver band, Fake Shark. The trio had worked on this album since their 2013 release, Liar. Since it’s release, they dropped singles “Cheap Thrills”, “Something Special”, “Heart 2 Heart” and “NOFOMO”, which are all featured on this album. […]

Review – Honey Rose

Album: Where We Used To Be Release Date: May 19, 2017 Download Genre: Country/Folk Honey Rose, features Sydney Batters of Abraham, and Peter Gardner, of Hawk and Steel. It was never in the bands original plans to write their own songs for this album, initially they had joined forces to do a few covers. This […]


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 […]

Review – Marq DeSouza

EP: Tarot Card Shuffle Release date: March 17, 2017 Download Genre: Blues/Rock Veteran Vancouver-based musician  Marq DeSouza is shaking up Canada’s airways with his latest EP, Tarot Card Shuffle. Gritty, soulful, and genre-defying, DeSouza takes his already exponential experience—such as playing alongside household names like Nickelback and performing on the ever-popular MuchMusic—and channels it into a dizzying […]