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The Supporting Act Podcast Ep. #041 with Daniel Peloquin-Hopfner of Red Moon Road

Posted by: Matt Moskal  //  September 17, 2014 @ 1:35pm

Red Moon Road are on the fast track to becoming Canada's favourite campfire band. Their sound is rooted in tradition but capitalizes on the genre's ability to transcend time. The folk trio spent their summer plucking, strumming, and singing for festival-goers across the country.

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The Supporting Act Podcast Ep. #028 with The Noble Thiefs

Posted by: Matt Moskal  //  June 11, 2014 @ 3:21pm

The Noble Thiefs are a stylish soul-rock outfit based out of Winnipeg, MB.

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Album Review: Pistol George Warren - Mindemoya

Posted by: Matt Moskal  //  May 31, 2012 @ 8:00am

When a stranger brags, "I'm in a rock band," you can imagine their sound. Self-proclaimed rockers haven't had much allure this decade. They've become the excitable inappropriate uncles of the music industry. Sudbury, Ontario's Pistol George Warren are not rockers. But they have walked a mile in their shoes.

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Album Review: Willis Earl Beal - Acousmatic Sorcery

Posted by: Matt Moskal  //  April 25, 2012 @ 8:00pm

Willis Earl Beal is an unfolding enigma. Every single line of his biography is fascinating. Beal's website simply displays his address and phone number. He offers to trade drawings in exchange for letters and sing to anyone who calls. This was inspired by the Chicago-native's homeless phase.

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Album Review: Emma-Lee - Backseat Heroine

Posted by: Matt Moskal  //  March 14, 2012 @ 8:15pm

Someone is smiling down on Emma-Lee. The Toronto singer-songwriter has recovered from two vocal cord operations since 2006, yet her voice remains unhindered. In an age where pop-soul songstress Adele wins big at the Grammys, Emma-Lee fits right in. This may be her sophomore full-length but her dynamic with collaborators suggests a friendly level of professionalism.

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