Archive for Tag: Canada

I M U R Shows Brilliance on Thirty33

I M U R Shows Brilliance on Thirty33

October 30, 2018 - (0) comments - Reviews

Almost two years ago, Vancouver’s I M U R reached out to us to review their, at the time, new album, Little Death. It was a revelation and something different that caught our attention immediately. The Canadian trio of vocalist/keys […]

Review: Metric – Art of Doubt

Review: Metric – Art of Doubt

October 10, 2018 - (0) comments - Reviews

Long before it became cool to say, Emily Haines has been “woke”. Over the 20 years that Metric has been making music, as well as Haines’ solo and side projects, the material has frequently visited her worries about humanity or […]

Chersea Can’t Be You

Chersea Can’t Be You

October 05, 2018 - (0) comments - Reviews

When I first heard “I Can’t Be You” from rising pop starlet, Chersea, I was taken aback by the grungy, industrial pop sound that opens the track. It was a red herring as the instrumentation on the single is extremely […]

Lights Rocks Whistler Olympic Plaza

Lights Rocks Whistler Olympic Plaza

September 05, 2018 - (0) comments - Reviews

Labor/Labour Day Weekend was absolutely crazy this year in the Pacific Northwest. You had Bumbershoot going on at Seattle Center (August 31-September 2), Zac Brown Band and OneRepublic (August 31) and the Foo Fighters rocking Safeco¬†Field (September 1), and then […]

Alessia Cara Gives Us A Little More

Alessia Cara Gives Us A Little More

July 13, 2018 - (0) comments - Video Reviews

Alessia Cara‘s brand new music video for her track “A Little More” proves that you don’t need a huge budget for a music video. Her compilation of home videos suits the song absolutely perfectly as we get a glimpse into […]

I M U R Drops New Single Ahead of New EP

I M U R Drops New Single Ahead of New EP

July 10, 2018 - (0) comments - Reviews

When the Canadian band, I M U R, first reached out to me last year, I was intrigued by their blend of hip-hop and R&B mixed with a chillwave style. It was unique. It was fresh. Well, the Vancouver-based trio, […]

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