Monday, October 7, 2013

October 7 2013

Monomyth – Cigarette – King, Does This Not Please You? - IND (Halifax)
Monomyth – Vision – King, Does This Not Please You? - IND (Halifax)
Hooded Fang – Sailor Bull - Gravez – Daps (Toronto)
Murray A Lightburn – Never See Light - MASS:LIGHT – Ting Dun (Montreal)
Gold & Youth X Trust – Lady Bird – Arts & Crafts X (Toronto/Vancouver)
Dean Drouillard – Map & Reset – Home – IND (Toronto)
Matthew De Zoete – The Good Life – Colour Film - IND (Dundas)
Emilie Mover – Goodbye My Love - Mighty Time – Nevado (Toronto)
Jane's Party – Til You Got Yours – Hot Noise – IND (Toronto)
We are the City – Legs Give Out – Violent – Hidden Pony (Vancouver)
Ron Sexsmith – Nowhere to Go – Forever Endeavour – Warner (Toronto)
This is Harold – All My Freedom – Then & Now - IND (London)
Jess Hart – To the Liquor Store – Single 2013 (Montreal)
Lindi Ortega – Something For You - Tin Star – Last Gang (Toronto)

-BreakOut West awards took place on October 6 in Calgary. Some of the winners included: Hannah Georgas for Pop Recording of the Year, Rah Rah for Independent Album of the Year, Jill Barber for Francophone Recording of the Year, KEN Mode for Metal/HardMusic Recording of the Year. The entire list of winners can be found at
- At the free concert, "Rock the Line," which aimed to raise awareness about the "Stop Line 9" movement, Sarah Harmer mentioned a new album could be out soon. She said she has enough tracks, and now is looking to head into the studio. More info about Stop Line 9 Movement can be found here:
-A local Windsor band is making waves with the release of their debut album. Club Thunderbolt is set to release their album City of Salt in November. The album was recorded by Chris Koltay (My Morning Jacket, Atlas Sound) and Joe Philips across the river, and it said to capture the “art, soul and culture” of living in a border town.

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