Nick Campbell Destroys – “Goodbye Moonmen” (Video)

Nick Campbell Destroys – “Goodbye Moonmen” (Video)

Kaitlin Ruether, 12.07.20 @ 8:45pm EST
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As a session musician, the COVID-19 pandemic hit Nick Campbell hard. Though his usual gigs were paused — Campbell has played with such artists as Charlie Puth, Vulfpeck, and Meghan...

Norine Braun welcomes December with shoegazey, blues record December Falls

Norine Braun welcomes December with shoegazey, blues record December Falls

Kaitlin Ruether, 12.06.20 @ 6:12pm EST
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Vancouver-based singer-songwriter Norine Braun is welcoming December with a collection of both original and classic holiday tunes in December Falls. Her brand of blues-rock nostalgia mixes with shoegaze layers to...

Premiere: Pennan Brae pairs gritty emotions with melodic nostalgia on “The Love That I Got”

Premiere: Pennan Brae pairs gritty emotions with melodic nostalgia on “The Love That I Got”

Kaitlin Ruether, 12.03.20 @ 9:00am EST
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Vancouver’s Pennan Brae was nursing a case of unrequited feelings and playing with guitar riffs when he uncovered what was to become “The Love That I Got”. The melody and...

Sonic Fuel’s “Karma” combines a rallying cry with release

Sonic Fuel’s “Karma” combines a rallying cry with release

Kaitlin Ruether, 12.01.20 @ 5:37pm EST
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Though they only formed in 2019, Sonic Fuel have established a consistent, edgy sound. Chris Robbins, Burton Akers, and David Hales have a unified sense of ambiance, and this is...

Cosmopolis release spacious and ghostly single “The Distances”

Cosmopolis release spacious and ghostly single “The Distances”

Kaitlin Ruether, 12.01.20 @ 4:27pm EST
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With members in Belgium, the UK, and Australia, the art rock band Cosmopolis are a project that showcases the brilliance that can happen when collaboration takes on a new form....

Paul Maged uses big rock energy to spread cultural awareness on Culture War

Paul Maged uses big rock energy to spread cultural awareness on Culture War

Kaitlin Ruether, 12.01.20 @ 3:54pm EST
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To be awake in 2020 is to be aware of shifting tides and polarizing opinions. For Paul Maged, addressing this was important — especially with his influences dipped in punk...

Vipid – Memories [Album]

Vipid – Memories [Album]

Kaitlin Ruether, 11.30.20 @ 7:04pm EST
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There is so much that can be gleaned from repetition, and in an era of uncertainty, so much solace to be found. On Memories, Vipid unleashes waves of sound in...

Premiere: Makes My Blood Dance offer live show energy with their clip for “Communion” (Radio Edit)

Premiere: Makes My Blood Dance offer live show energy with their clip for “Communion” (Radio Edit)

Kaitlin Ruether, 11.24.20 @ 9:00am EST
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Before Covid-19, Makes My Blood Dance were making everyone’s plasma move with their high-energy live shows and propulsive volume. “Communion” has been the band’s closer since its conception. And rightfully...

Connection pulls us into the future with jefff’s clip for “Windows”

Connection pulls us into the future with jefff’s clip for “Windows”

Kaitlin Ruether, 11.17.20 @ 4:04pm EST
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It’s easy to be endeared to the frankness of jefff — who lets his personality manifest in his work through offbeat and original choices and a clearness of intent.  “Windows”...

Riccardo Chiarion mingles melodies on solo jazz guitar debut Quiet Stories

Riccardo Chiarion mingles melodies on solo jazz guitar debut Quiet Stories

Kaitlin Ruether, 11.14.20 @ 6:30pm EST
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Riccardo Chiarion’s Quiet Stories is a spacious, mellow, and minimalistic exploration of melody and countermelody. In ten songs, Chiarion creates a journey.  “Jazz solo guitar is not so easy,” he...

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