Article by: Pete Nema
One of the best Canadian releases this year is Dark Eyes by Half Moon Run, and the band has now released a new video for the song "Call Me In The Afternoon".
Just ahead of announcing the arrival of their fourth studio album, The Sticks, due out September 18th, the members of Mother Mother were in Toronto filming a music video.
The previously announced Amos The Transparent full-length album, Goodnight My Dear... I'm Falling Apart, is scheduled for release on February 14, and as we get closer to the date, the band is sharing more songs.
Today Montreal-based trio Plants and Animals announced their third full-length album entitled The End Of That. To help get the news out, they are sharing the first single from the album "Lightshow".
Amos The Transparent has announced a new full-length album, Goodnight My Dear... I'm Falling Apart, scheduled to be released on February 14, 2012. If you're like me, that's too long to wait; but fortunately the band has decided to release two 4 song EPs in advance of the full-length. And even better is that these tracks are being released for free.
Any die-hard fan of the Constantines can remember where they were when they got news of the band's infinite hiatus last year.
U2 were in Toronto to officially kick-off TIFF '11 with director Davis Guggenheim's documentary "From The Sky Down," the first time in 36 years that the festival has opened with a documentary.
Little Foot Long Foot aren't new to the Toronto music scene, but with their latest LP Oh, Hell, they display new swagger, and this new video for "Sell Out While You Can" is a perfect example of what they now have to offer.
Toronto's indie-folk ensemble kicks off a project to bring new content steadily through spring, summer, and deep into fall.
One of the neat things about being on the Sticky team is discovering great bands in our own backyard or from far away lands. The Rubbish Zoo are a group of 5 well-behaved boys making music that's anything but.
Canadian Music Fest 2011 is now just a couple of days away, and if you're looking for how to best spend your concert-going time, perhaps these mix tapes of free music will help you with some decisions.
The 3rd annual Verge Music Awards are just weeks away. Voting closed a few weeks ago, so fans now have to wait in anticipation until March 1, when the XM Canada satellite radio channel gives away a total $55,000 split between three categories: Artist of the Year, Album of the Year and Emerging Artist of the year. The celebratory evening of Canadian music will take place at the Mod Club and broadcast live on The Verge XM 87.
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