Adam Baldwin, Death Cab for Cutie, Julia Jacklin, Marlon Williams, Matthew Good, Sun K, The Belle Game, The Mekons, The New Pornographers
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The third date of Metric’s cross-country tour with Death Cab For Cutie saw the Toronto-bred quartet turning in an excellent 100-minute set for a near capacity crowd at the Meridian Centre in St. Catharines.
Opening with “IOU,” the first track from their 2003 Old World Underground, Where Are You Now? full-length
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Arriving at Shepherd's Bush Empire for the third and final night of Death Cab For Cutie's stint in this intimate London venue, I genuinely didn't know what to expect. In truth, they're a band I never really expected to see live so this
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I had no expectations when I woke up the other morning to find out that Death Cab for Cutie had released the lead single, “Black Sun”, from their forthcoming eighth release, Kintsugi. It has been just under four years since Codes & Keys and with the departure of mainstay, producer,
Saskatoon alt-pop band, Friends of Foes, have been working hard, and it shows. Right smack in the middle of their eastern and western Canadian tours, they come to us with ‘Faults’ EP – their sophomore record. ‘Faults’ is 6 songs of pure melodic, alt-pop bliss.
When asked how the band compares
Saskatoon band Friends of Foes announced today that they’ll be releasing a new EP entitled Faults on February 12, 2016. Following the band’s 2013 debut release Chronophobic and subsequent 2014 single "Winter,” Faults was recorded by long-time collaborator Jordan Smith as well as co-produced by Smith and FOF guitarist, Matt Stinn. Faults marks a turning point in the
A combination of radio airtime, invaluable word of mouth, and a lot of bloody hard work finally appear to be paying off for Bear's Den. It doesn't seem that long ago that the compact confines of The Ruby Lounge hosted the band's previous visits to Manchester and these shows in