Album Reviews · Features

Teen Daze Finally Tops An Early Favorite In “Morning Glory”

2015 marks five years since Teen Daze first debuted on the music scene with a four-song EP called Beach Dreams. In the years and countless releases (many of them digital singles) since, Teen Daze has flirted with several genres. Early on, Beach Dreams encompassed his style in a very descriptive way, while more recently Jamison… Continue reading Teen Daze Finally Tops An Early Favorite In “Morning Glory”

Song Reviews · Videos

Hayden Drops New Single, “Hey Love” – New LP out Soon!

My love of Hayden’s music goes way back. Back, in fact, twenty years to his sophomore release, Everything I Long For. I’ve always been a fan of his mopey Canadian folk rock. As a twenty-year career will do, his sound has evolved quite drastically. Still with a hint of sadness, modern Hayden tracks are more… Continue reading Hayden Drops New Single, “Hey Love” – New LP out Soon!

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King Khan & the Shrines: Idle No More

I’ve become hypnotized. Haunted. Unsuspectingly allured. There is darkness / In every inch of my veins / In every pleasure, in every pain, coos King Khan with a high-pitched and heartfelt falsetto in “Darkness”, a bluesy, jazzy, laid back garage-pop ballad. The words are gripping amidst blaring soulful saxophones and trumpets. It’s enough to melt… Continue reading King Khan & the Shrines: Idle No More

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The Morals: Sleeping in a Hammock

Listening to the new single, “Sleeping in a Hammock,” from Canadian three piece The Morals is like following a winding yellow brick road — yet finding gold at the end of the road instead of the Wicked Witch of the West. With its thought-provoking lyrics and winding feel changes, I would not be surprised if… Continue reading The Morals: Sleeping in a Hammock

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The Everywheres: Someone Disappeared

The Everywheres is right up my alley: punchy psych-influenced garage pop adorned with fuzzy vocals, jangle guitar and tambourine. The Everywheres’ self-titled LP is out later this month on Father/Daughter Records. “Someone Disappeared” is the lead single from the band, who’s catchy hooks delightfully infect every aspect of the song.

Song Reviews

Hayden: Old Dreams

Not many people can say this, but I’ve been a fan of Hayden since his 1996 release Everything I Long For. In particular, there was this video for the song “Bad As They Seem” that I saw on a Canadian music show that same year. It wasn’t until college that I finally found and picked… Continue reading Hayden: Old Dreams


Foxes In Fiction [Feature]

Foxes In Fiction comes to us from Toronto, and their dreamy sounds can be likened to the projects of Bradford Cox and a drug-induced stupor. In fact, the song “15 Ativan” is said to have been written for front-man Warren Hildebrand’s friend, who overdosed on said drug. Their calming soundscapes and meditative melodies are soothing,… Continue reading Foxes In Fiction [Feature]


The Sheepdogs: I Don’t Know [Video]

The Sheepdogs take classic rock down a bluesy, southern country road in their song “I Don’t Know”, and they do it in a classic Mopar with classic film. The video covers two young boys on a joyride. Hailing from Saskatoon in the province of Saskatchewan, one would think the band would be more suited for… Continue reading The Sheepdogs: I Don’t Know [Video]