All posts by Adam Dunbar

  • Review – The Faps

    Album: Grimelda Release Date: April 20, 2018 Genre: Punk Punk bars have a smell all their own. If you have ever been to any punk...

  • Review – Brian Gladstone

    Album: Brianology Release Date: June 14, 2018 Genre: Folk My last clear memory was sitting in a buddies apartment in Vancouver. Someone came over with a...

  • Review – Tami Neilson

    Album: SASSAFRASS! Release Date: June 1, 2018 Genre: Soul/ Rockabilly/ Country I have been sitting here for 45 minutes staring at a blinking cursor with...

  • Review – JP Maurice

    Album: Boys Release Date: May 18, 2018 Genre: Pop/noir I was worried about this review. I listened to the album a couple of times and...

  • Review – Justin Saladino Band

    Album: A Fools Heart Release Date: May 11, 2018 Genre: Blues In November 1992, I had just started to figure out that there was more...

  • Review – The Allovers

    Album: Yer Guises Release Date: May 18, 2018 Genre: Punk/Indie There was a bar in Winnipeg where I spent, some might say wasted, a lot of...

  • Review – The Once

    Album: Time Enough Release Date: May 11, 2018 Genre: Folk When I lived in Winnipeg, the boys and I would get together and jam. Acoustic guitars,...

  • Review – Jupiter Hollow

    Album: AHDOMN Release Date: May 4, 2018 Genre: Progressive Metal “I remember. I remember how it started” -Nikki May 1988 I was coming down off a...

  • Review – Nick Mintenko

    Album: Still I Remain Release Date: April 11, 2018 Genre: Folk For the past 30 odd years, I have had a running argument with a...

  • Review – Alison Hogan

    Album: Songs From The Third Act Release Date: Available Now Genre: Folk The very best of folk music evokes a feeling, not of nostalgia for,...

  • Review – Sugar Brown

    Album: It’s A Blues World (Calling All Blues!) Release Date: March 23, 2018 Genre: Blues It’s a perfect evening for the blues. It’s raining like...

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