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A Conversation With: Old Crowns (Part One)

August 25, 2010 | 0 Comments

Old Crowns, the self-proclaimed “stoner country” band from Ottawa, are gearing up to conquer Canada. Fresh off a tenacious, two-week east coast tour, the four-piece already have two upcoming shows lined up. The first, presented...

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A Conversation With: Sweet Thing

August 18, 2010 | 0 Comments

Sweet Thing is a band on the brink. Recently signed by EMI Records, the Toronto-based band is currently celebrating the release of their first full-length album (which you can take part in tonight! At the...

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As our conversation with Parks and Rec winds down (if you haven’t read part one and part two, click here and here to do so now), I have to remind you that they have their...

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It’s been a while since you’ve read the first part of our conversation with Parks and Rec (if you haven’t, you must. Click here to do so immediately; it’s hilarious). Since then, Parks and Rec...

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Imaginary Cities claimed their place amongst Canada’s indie mainstays during NXNE 2010, and deservedly so. They played not one, but four shows during the week! And somehow, Rusty Matyas and Marti Sarbit they still managed...

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Imaginary Cities, a young two-piece from Winnipeg, took Toronto by storm during NXNE 2010. They played several shows with their backing band throughout the week, including one at the Horseshoe Tavern, one at C’est What,...

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A Conversation With: Parks & Rec (Part One)

June 15, 2010 | 0 Comments

Parks & Rec may be a very young band, but throughout their short existence they’ve built up quite the network in Toronto. And had a great time doing it, it seems. Before we get started,...

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Have you read part one yet? If not, click here to do so. Then, proceed! By the way, in case you don’t already know, Songs From A Room has a show this week, during NXNE....

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Songs From A Room could very well become Toronto’s staple rock ‘n’ roll band. That is, if they don’t conquer the rest of Canada first. Currently in the midst of preparing their first full-length album,...

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From reading part one (if you haven’t yet, click here to do so now) I’m sure you know that the Ascot Royals get distracted very easily. Somehow, though, we managed to turn the conversation back...

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