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  • Something Borrowed and Something Blue

    Advised from friend Giuseppe over at Happy Days Are Here Again Blog via Twitter: new Brian Borcherdt video for Scout Leader – LOVE IT – mostly as I had Brian Borcherdt’s “Coyotes” album as my favourite album of 2008.  I am very much biased on this topic.  Debates are still raging over the topic of…

  • The Woodlands emerge with incredible debut album!

    The grey of dripping dusk sounds forth an invitation to innocence. It extends its grey hand with a slight tremble and a quiet recognition of the disparity between its own chill and the warmth of the impending guest. Innocence reciprocates like a slow glance around the doorway that leads to a dim room, holding promises…

  • I told you I would post again on Garrett Pierce.

    I am not going to lie to you, I posted a couple of weekends ago on Garrett Pierce (here) and I was so impressed that I immediately went and purchased his debut album “Like A Moth”.  Another winner.  I then discovered it was up on IODA, so this is perfect, I am posting on Mr.…

  • This Is Deer Country – Daylily King EP

    So yes, you think “Michigan once again”.  You think “maybe I started to post too much about Michigan”.  Then you notice Michigan starts hanging around more than it used to.  Then Michigan asks to borrow money and accepts deliveries on your behalf.  Then it happens…Michigan asks you to help it move and wants to store…

  • PapaFahr – New Release in May, Slowcoustic Approved

    Again, I don’t know if we are dealing with Sweden or Norway here as I am getting conflicting information and honestly I am not completely familiar with the area.  One thing I am not conflicted about is the upcoming album from PapaFahr.  I know what you are saying…who is this bearded Norwegian Swede (not pictured)? …

  • The Wheat Pool – Country Rock from the City of Champions

    So last night I went out.  Yes, I went out to mingle among the people, to feel the night air in my lungs, to hear the buzz of a crowded club and pounding of a kick drum.  Yes, I enjoyed live music here in Calgary (rare for me, as I find not too many “known”…

  • Slowcoustic Celebrates A Birthday With Exclusive Track!

    Okay, not a Slowcoustic Birthday – we are but youngster in the blog world, but there is a birthday that needs mentioning.  The birthday is actually Friday, April 17th and it is for the lady love of a Slowcoustic Favourite – Samuel Stiles.  You may remember him from the post here, but lets not lose…

  • Things You Find When Not Looking – Frightened Rabbit

    Just a quick find that I apparently was oblivious to.  My story goes while looking into some “off the beaten track” songs from Windmill (mentioned previously here) as I am looking forward to his new album, I came across an Australian compilation from “The Lifted Brow”.  I discovered via the website that TLB is more…

  • From One Albertan to Another, Well Kinda – The RAA.

    Not that I am getting on board the Rural Alberta Advantage late, but I am getting on board late.  I have been listening for about 6 months now, but haven’t posted prior – maybe I felt with myself being in Alberta made it kind of hokey.  Well hokey or not, The RAA deserve a play…

  • Have a Good Night Series – Great Music, Great Cause

    There is still good in the world and this is a shining example of it.  The “Have A Good Night” Series has been around for a couple of years and is currently on it’s 4th compilation in support of Junior Solidarity.  With translation from the French site, I am not quite sure if the compilations…

  • Jeniferever – Spring Tides

    I am not going to tell you that I have been a fan for years and I am excited for the new release “Spring Tides” from this Swedish foursome, but in fact I now am excited having just started listening.  After a few spins to the lead off promo track, I think I am going…

  • “Make it up to the bands I don’t cover” Mixtape

    So in thinking to myself the other day, I started to put too much weight behind thinking I was an “indie” music blogger.  I was thinking about the fact that I do consider myself an “indie” blogger more or less, if in fact that term is still relevant this day (for example, when is “indie…