Interview | Meet Oh Wonder

  It’s 2 .p.m, inside the Danforth Music Hall the giant letters “O” and “W” are being hauled on to stage. Soundcheck is still an hour away and the final preparations for Oh Wonder ‘s show are being sorted. Outside, fans are already lining up in the cold for the sold-out concert. They wait bundledContinue reading “Interview | Meet Oh Wonder”

Exclusive: Andrew Silvestro Introduces His New Band: Bad Girls.

Well lookie what I’ve found, a lost post from Canadian Music Weeks with Toronto-based duo, Bad Girls. Take a read and meet the boys of the band.  Starting off in January of this year, the band Bad Girls was able to snag two showcases at Toronto’s up- coming Canadian Music Week on Thursday May 7thContinue reading “Exclusive: Andrew Silvestro Introduces His New Band: Bad Girls.”

You Need to Listen To: The Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger (GOASTT)

“We are going to get fully naked and cover ourselves in Crisco and play the Canadian national anthem,” Kemp Muhl said about the performance at Canadian Music Week. They didn’t fulfill their promise but they did put on an interesting set. Their far from normal sense-of-self leaks into their humour, music videos and music. InterviewingContinue reading “You Need to Listen To: The Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger (GOASTT)”

Five Things You Didn’t Know About Skye Wallace

Two words come to mind when you hear Skye Wallace, haunting and beautiful. The Canadian artist threads the sounds of the prairies into a one of a kind alternative-folk with a country attitude. Smart lyrics juxtaposed with tones, song titles and melody amplify the thought and skill put into each one of her three albums.Continue reading “Five Things You Didn’t Know About Skye Wallace”

CMW: Q&A with Juno Nominated, 1977

A few weeks ago on a, what seems to be rare, sunny Sunday afternoon, I couldn’t be bothered to do much of anything aside from listening to an array of indie videos on Youtube. While I wasted away my me day, the chilled tunes took an interesting turn that had be rushing for my computer screenContinue reading “CMW: Q&A with Juno Nominated, 1977”

CMW: Winnipeg’s Band of Brothers, FINN

I came across this band a few weeks ago while scouring the internet for some new tunes. Instantly, I loved their sound. Being from Winnipeg, they struck a cord and I couldn’t not write about them. So take a look at my interview with Daniel of FINN and get to know a little more aboutContinue reading “CMW: Winnipeg’s Band of Brothers, FINN”

CMW: Key into the ’60s inspired sound of Elephant Stone

Elephant Stone is by far the most interesting band you’ll hear at Canadian Music Week. The sitar-inspired psychedelic rock by Rishi Dhir (vocals, bass, sitar, keys) Miles Dupire (drums backing vox) and Gabriel Lambert (guitar, and keys) is what gives Elephant Stone their unique and eccentric sound. The band began in 2006 when Dhir leftContinue reading “CMW: Key into the ’60s inspired sound of Elephant Stone”