Logan Lynn – Adieu.

Logan Lynn - Adieu Wrapped inside a striking, bleak cover image, carved into blood red vinyl, and with a full page of liner notes explaining...

Joncro/Poor You Split EP – Review

It’s no secret amongst anyone that knows me that I love my local music. And although I live in Toronto, that doesn’t limit me...

Occurrence – The Past Will Live Forever

The Past Will Live Forever by Brooklyn electronic duo Occurrence, embarks on an auditory journey through dark, moody, cyber-landscapes, that stimulate chilly feelings of...

Sciflyer – The Age of Lovely, Intimate Things [Revised Edition]

Sciflyer: The Age of Lovely, Intimate Things Elephant Stone Records - 2016 Sciflyer’s 6-track EP, The Age of Lovely, Intimate Things  is a reissue of...

Tim Muddiman and The Strange – Paradise Runs Deeper

Paradise Runs Deeper, the debut full-length record by Tim Muddiman and The Strange, is an impressive construct of alternative rock songs that have the...

She Wears Black – EP2 Review

By Jake Lehman She Wears Black - EP2 She Wears Black's Bandcamp page On their second release, Toronto Post-Punk band She Wears Black picks up the...

Dinosaur Jr. – Two Reviews of Give a Glimpse of What Yer Not

Give a Glimpse of What Yer Not, the 11th studio release by Dinosaur Jr. was well received by most music critics, scoring an average of...

Commuted – Wired

On his newest track “Wired,” Toronto’s Commuted proves that he is as versatile as he is talented. It’s the beginning of a new era for...

Seafang’s Debut Single: Motorcycle Song / Summertime

Seafang's brand new debut single, "Motorcycle Song" (b-side "Summertime") came to us from our friends at Elephant Stone records in the snail mail. A 7"...

Hayden Calnin – Cut Love Pt. II

There is often a negative stigma attached to multi-part albums resulting from artists that are not able to discern between the tracks that belong on an...

Julianna Barwick – Will

Where there's a will, there's a way. For Julianna Barwick, her will is to create the storm that pushes her while also pushing through...

Nothing – Tired Of Tomorrow

Philadelphia’s Nothing was one of my favourite musical discoveries of 2014.  Their excellent debut full-length Guilty of Everything was in my year-end top five...