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Author Archives: Noah Salo
Big Wreck hits Hamilton Place on Friday, October 10, touring off their successful and challenging new record Ghosts. Ghosts is Big Wreck’s second album since reuniting in 2012. The 13-song 70-minute album expands the group’s palate into more progressive territory … Continue reading
Vancouver-based rapper Cityreal will be playing in Hamilton tonight at Club Absinthe along with the Juno-winning act Swollen Members and Hamilton’s own Hi-Cats. Cityreal collaborated with blues singer and guitarist Wes Mackey on his latest LP Good Morning Blues. The … Continue reading
Boats play darling, sometimes manic, sometimes dreamy electro-pop music. Their arrangements are synth-heavy and full of jangly guitars and simple, danceable drums. Musically they are not dissimilar to other like-minded pseudo-pop groups: Clues and Deerhoof come to mind. Where Boats … Continue reading
Afrobeat, an African jazz and dance-based music, is not a common genre of choice in the Canadian indie music scene, but for Nathan Lawr, leader of Guelph/Toronto based Minotaurs, it’s the perfect sound. “It has everything I want out of … Continue reading
Matt Henderson began recording Old English’s debut album Prose & Kahns in his bedroom three years ago. Originally a solo project known as Matt Henderson and the Mouth Breathers, the seven-man group chose a simpler moniker as they got closer … Continue reading
The Dirty Nil are back and keeping it, well, dirty. Today they release a split single with Northern Primitive. The Dirty Nil have produced another fast and heavy romp in “Zombie Eyed.” Similar to past singles like “Fuckin’ Up Young,” … Continue reading