Album Review: Shinin...

Fans of funk pay attention, Toronto and Montreal’s funk and soul greats Ron Littlejohn & The Funk Embassy have released a full-length album, Shining On. This is an album that will get you up and moving, but tracks like “Shining On” and “Seems Like Yesterday”...

Bear Creek Music and...

This time of year is perfect. The leaves are changing, the weather is beautiful, and the Bear Creek Music and Art Festival is almost here. This year’s lineup is impressive, and Bear Creekers will not be disappointed. Starting on Wednesday, November 13, a benefit concert for the Michael...

Album Review: The Re...

By Lindsey Jo Hand Being a lover of reggae and ska, it’s hard not to enjoy The Remedy by Keyser Soze. Yes, that’s Keyser Soze the band, not to be confused with the maniacal Keyser Soze of The Usual Suspects. The album is energetic and everything you could want in a reggae/ska...

Fevers – No Ro...

‘FEVERS’ RISE WITH THEIR DEBUT RELEASE NO ROOM FOR LIGHT OUT AUGUST 27, 2013     POP Montreal Show September 27th Launch New Video ‘Pray For Sound’   FIRST SINGLE DANCE CRY DANCE OUT NOW “Ottawa natives Fevers embraces new disco and displays a youthful exuberance that will have you...

Album Review: Arc &a...

By Lindsey Jo Hand Arc & Stones‘ self-titled debut album is quite impressive, especially considering the band has only been together for about a year. The album has a solid, interesting sound that will appeal to most indie rock fans. I think they have a pretty unique sound, but if...

Album Review: SPEAK ...

by Lindsey Jo Hand I have to admit, upon first listening to Marla Mase’s new album SPEAK Deluxe, I wasn’t sure what to think. There’s a lot going on, and it’s a lot to take in. Probably most impressive and endearing about the album is Mase’s passion and raw energy. These days, it’s hard to...