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HighKicks

HighKicks

The MF’n HIGH KICKS Influenced by beer and love, this Calgary duo will fill us up with honest to goodness, sweaty, sing-along fuzz rock. “These guys are stoopid good, just rockin’ the shit out of it. Amazing.”  – youtube user gaucoin13 Facebook BandCamp Twitter

Love You Miss You

Love You Miss You

Love You Miss You Vancouver-based Love You Miss You want to make you grin while you tear apart the dancefloor! This 8-piece horn-driven groove unit incorporates electronic elements to their funk roots. With heavy injections of Latin and Afrobeat traditions, their sound grabs you by the booty from beginning to end. ” It was nothing… Read More

Big Eli B Blues Band

Big Eli B Blues Band

Big Eli B We are the Big Eli Blues Band, a Hard Blues/Rock group based out of the Columbia Valley. We have one studio album so far and have been playing music in the area for years. The group consists of Big Eli B on vocals, and guitar, Marty Beingessner on Bass and Dave Shaw… Read More

De Bruces a Mi

De Bruces a Mi

De Bruces a Mi Colombia reggae is coming to town! De Bruces A Mi have represented the Colombia reggae scene for over 17 years, performing for crowds all over Central and South America. Energy, strength and joy defies their shows; love, spirituality and political struggle defies their lyrics. “Effectively setting the mood for the rest… Read More

Annie Lou

Annie Lou

Annie Lou Annie Lou writes songs that have a way of breaking your heart and then putting it back together again. Steeped in old-time mountain, Appalachian, traditional country and bluegrass music, Annie’s beautifully creative songs and tunes range from rousing and boisterous to gentle and poignant. Annie’s music is original, rooted in tradition, and a… Read More

Royal Canoe

Royal Canoe

Royal Canoe This 6-piece ensemble from Winnipeg give you everything, but on their own manically hybrid terms. It’s one thing to reference a particular style, or even a range of styles. It’s another thing entirely to grab huge handfuls of sounds from pretty much anywhere, throw them all together and come up with something both… Read More

Petunia and the Vipers

Petunia and the Vipers

Petunia and the Vipers Referred to as the Savior of Country Music, Petunia is a man who exists in a different era, bringing the past forth as something new to be celebrated and not forgotten. Imagine David Lynch and Nick Cave had a baby that yodeled; with stunning vocal ability and a penchant for the… Read More

36?

36?

36? 36? began in the spring of 2006 as a solo basement recording project of a troubled 17 year old Taylor Cochrane. In August of 2006, Cochrane released the first full­length record ‘love.hate.bondage’, a 13 track angst­ridden release that took the current themes of hyper­violence and sexualisation in pop­culture to their extremes. Through both fictional… Read More

Zerbin

Zerbin

Zerbin ZERBIN released their LP ‘Darling’ on April 14, 2015. Self-produced by the band (Jason Zerbin and Peter Mol) and mixed by Dave Pensado (Michael Jackson, Beyonce, Elton John), Tom Dobrzanski (Said the Whale, Hey Ocean!, We Are the City) and Jason himself, the album displays a fresh and infectious incarnation of symphonic alt-pop, a mixing of the band’s Alberta roots and West-Coast home. Recorded over the course of six… Read More

Jay Malinowski and the Dead Coast

Jay Malinowski and the Dead Coast

The Pacific Gyre (Good To Forgive, Better to Forget) by Jay Malinowski & The Deadcoast Jay Malinowski and the Dead Coast You plan a vacation, not an adventure. A vacation is something you meticulously detail, leaving nothing to chance and no room for error, usually getting exactly what you expect, exactly what you want. An… Read More