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Deap Vally gets exploratory on new album

Knitting and crocheting isn’t likely the image that comes to mind when imaging what rock musicians do to pass the time while cooped up in a tour van, but it was actually a shared interest in th...
//Chelsey Stacey

The Most of August gets introspective

There’s certainly a time and place for fun party music, but there’s something to be said for the more introspective side of things, too, which happens to be what local alt-rockers the Mos...
//Jen Squires

Tom Wilson speaks from the heart

“This album speaks from the heart in a lot of ways; it speaks for the heart in a lot of ways,” says Tom Wilson of Beautiful Scars, the latest from Lee HaRVEY OSMOND. Those scars can be in...
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The Tourist Company talks new tunes

The Tourist Company is relatively new to the Canadian music scene, having released its debut album in 2013. Two EPs followed in 2014 along with a third-place finish at the Peak Performance Project. T...
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Music Notes: March 12 – March 18

Labradoodle / Fri, Mar 13 (8 pm) A local group jamming out gritty, psychedelic riffs that stem from influences that are just as much a hybrid as the dog the band is named after. (Mercury Room, $15) T...
// Drew Gurian

The Gaslight Anthem gets vibey

“Every time you hit ‘em you sound like John Bonham,” says Benny Horowitz, drummer for New Jersey rockers the Gaslight Anthem. Over the phone from Raleigh, North Carolina, he’s...