Posts Tagged ‘Indie rock’

Lost in the thought

There’s a mournful whisper that comes through over dreamy taps and subterranean shivers, the warm moisture of a mouth against an ear: “Please don’t trust me. Please don’t trust me,” the voice says. This intimate angst sits on top of Guilt Trips, the second album by Halifax producer (and former King’s student) Ryan Hemsworth. Hemsworth’s…

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Here for Hollerado

Four guys, one Ottawa suburb and garage rehearsals lead to Canadian indie rock band Hollerado. Guitarist Nixon Boyd spoke with the Gazette about influences, history and new music. On tour, Boyd says, “we mostly travel in the van. We pass time as best we can keeping each other awake by trying to one-up each other with…

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Tunes Review: Paint – Where We Are Today

Paint, Where We Are Today.

  Originating in Vancouver, the Toronto-based band Paint’s latest album, Where We Are Today, is nothing less than an Indie-rock coffee shop album. Charged with soft guitars and mellow vocals, the record approaches ideas of love and all the things that could have been. Recorded in Hamilton and Kitchener, Ont., the vocals and instruments come together…

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