Release Date: May 14, 2013
Cameron House Records; 15 Tracks
Review by: Lee Fraser
Al Tuck, the inimitable story-teller, releases seventh album on Cameron House Records
The latest release from Matthew Hornell marks his transition to a new home town, a new backing band and a shift toward a new genre.
Pop records can be hit or miss, but Foolish Blood is adult-friendly pop at its best; you can’t possibly feel bad while listening to this.
The Devin Cuddy Band is releasing their debut album so you better get your dancing shoes and throw on an old cowboy hat if you've got one. It's a buffet of country-related musical styles and every song has a story to tell.
A full-length release by Whitehorse kicks off Six Shooter’s autumn of awesome.
The Darcys self-titled release is an intricate, cohesive, and innovative piece of work. It is probably one of the best Canadian releases this year, and to make it all that more appealing, the band is currently offering the album for free.
Three months ago, the title track of Oh Fortune was released as a preview of Dan Mangan's third and latest full length release. Like the single, the album features a distinctive guitar sound, bold percussion, and more prominent horns and strings.
The Barr Brothers debut LP is a true testament to the "do it yourself" artistic style that is so deeply embedded in Montreal's current independent music scene.
The Little Stevies from down under rely on simplicity and optimism to lure in listeners with their sunny, sophomore effort Attention Shoppers.
England's folk troubadour returns with a collection of songs steeped with rich folk tradition, but injected with some punk rock spirit.
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