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Pinkshift Unleash Their ‘Saccharine’ EP Onto The World

Pinkshift surprised everyone when they released their new single “Mars”. Not only did they set loose their latest track, but Ashrita Kumar (vocals), Paul Vallejo (guitar), Myron Houngbedji (drums) and Erich Weinroth (bass) unleashed their Saccharine EP onto the world. Most made up by their previous releases, which received great reviews.  Saccharine gets the punk […]

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PREMIERE – Daggerplay Hops On The “Eastbound Subway Train”

Daggerplay might be the purest punk rock and roll band emerging on the market today, and Eastbound Subway Train is their latest release.

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Skinny Knowledge Ask ‘Don’t Turn Out The Lights’

If you are not aware of the music from Skinny Knowledge, prepare to get an education. If you are looking for a group of musicians who love to make a noise, then this is the band for you. Together, Andy L Smooth (lead vocals/guitarist), Benjamin Parker (guitar), Fenge Davies (bass), and Charlie Kenny (drums) are […]

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Onism E Is Finding Hope In ‘Survivors’

Onism E has consistently used their music for good over the past year, and their lately album, ‘Survivors’, is no exception.

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Action/Adventure’s “Barricades” is Breaking Down Walls

‘Barricades’ is a new pop-punk tune from the band Action/Adventure, which addresses the racism and under-representation of the genre.

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The Broken Dream Ballet of WARES

After a few false starts I am finally sitting down to write this feature on Edmonton’s own Wares.  My brother sent me a link to the new LP Survival back in early April, and since then a lot has happened.  In a very true sense, Cassia Hardy’s sonically diverse, punk-spirited, compositionally skillful release has become […]

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PREMIERE: The Experience Of ‘Nadine Codeine’

‘Nadine Codeine’ by The Prof. Fuzz 63 is a new psychedelic punk tune with modern indie elements, making it an experience more than just a song.

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Wolf and Gilbert Team Up For ‘Froduslent’

Finding other musicians to collaborate with has become so much easier in today’s modern times. Amazing pairings of artists have come together from opposite sides of the globe to create amazing music. Many without ever being in the same room. Our latest collaboration discovery is from Stephen Gilbert and Guilherme Wolf with their new track […]