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episode #269

This week is a quick look back at some of the new music from 2012 that has been lingering on our iPods and ringing in our ears an awful lot.  As you might have guessed from their regular appearances on the show, we can’t stop listening to Chairlift, Sleigh Bells and Shearwater, three American bands […]

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episode #265

Hamilton Place’s Studio Theatre is quickly becoming one of our favourite concert venues in Hamilton, and last night’s Sandro Perri show only reinforced that belief. The show started at a reasonable time, and for a bucks more than you’d pay at one of our city’s great club venues, the (seated & intimate) audience was treated […]

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episode #261

We spent last week collecting new releases,  so here’s an hour jam-packed with (bakery fresh!) indie-pop of all varieties. Things begin with an addictive track from husband-and-wife duo Tennis, then the title track from the new Plants and Animals disc that has these Canadian indie-rock fans salivating. Plus, Andrew Bird is set to release Break It […]

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We’re back with a new show next week, but in the meantime, here are a few links to some newly-released, unreleased, and new-ish music from south of the border. They’ve been keeping our heads boppin’ all week long: (1) Heartless Bastards started off their nine-year career in Cincinnati, and are a band built around the distinctive […]

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episode #258

Twenty-twelve’s already got some new releases, and we play a couple: one by synth-pop duo Chairlift, and another by Calgary’s Rae Spoon. Plus, we peer into a frightening future through an oppressive track from Sleigh Bells’ upcoming Reign of Terror. They’re a duo, too, but apparently of the noise-pop variety (that’s a thing!). We unapologetically err […]

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