Michael Feuerstack

Michael Feuerstack has the power to highjack short attention spans from the hustle of modern life to force an immersive listening experience.

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Jo Passed

It’s no surprise that Sub Pop came calling and it’s safe to say Jo Passed have become one of the most exciting bands on their roster.

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Michael Rault

It’s A New Day Tonight is a record from an artist refining his sound and starting to truly understand his capabilities.

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Frog Eyes

Although the end of Frog Eyes fills many with a deep sorrow, we must consider ourselves blessed that they gave us one last triumph to add to our collections.

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Body Lens

One of the most impressive debuts you will ever hear, Body Lens is a perfect six song blast of post-punk prowess.

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Shooting Guns

After stumbling into the opportunity to score the first Wolfcop movie back in 2014, Shooting Guns may have found their niche.

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Robert Diack

Robert Diack’s Lost Villages surges to the top of the post-rock heap of must hear albums, a brilliant example of how much better music would be if the jazz world opened it’s heart and mind to the idea of cross pollination.

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Freak Heat Waves

Being original is one of the hardest things to do in modern music and Freak Heat Waves have managed to create one of the most unique albums in years. 

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Kristian North

Kristian North’s debut solo record veers towards a cleaner sound drawing influences from classic rock & roll.

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Bothy

Alan Wilson’s third release as Bothy is reminiscent of a Sunday drive down a coastal highway at dusk.

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The Avulsions

A growing reputation has made their debut one of the most anticipated Canadian albums for over a year and finally the wait is over!

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Nap Eyes

Nap Eyes continue to grow on I’m Bad Now, which is being branded as the third chapter of a trilogy. This one is unlike any trilogy known to man because they saved their best work for last.

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Fitness

Fitness' debut album, “-ing” (pronounced dashing) is a wild ride that sucks you in immediately and threatens to never let go.

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Shred Kelly

An ability to write tracks that explode into sweeping crescendos while maintaining their fun-filled pop sensibilities is a gift that Shred Kelly hold over the heads of their contemporaries.

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Jonathan Kawchuk

Jonathan Kawchuk doesn’t disappoint as he uses the tools in his toolbelt to craft an impeccable album inspired by nature.

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Squids

Squids is an Edmonton four piece that is hard to pin down. They exist in a realm of odd time signatures, reverb and electronic experimentation.

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