Down with Webster’s music is a blend of pop and rap with distinct electronic accents which create a more complex sound than traditional pop music. Their new album Party For Your Life, with prominent vocals and a deep driving bass, can easily be classified as punk, yet each song has its own rap section which… Continue reading Spun: Down With Webster
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Prof looks to curb use of antibiotics in animals
A University of Calgary professor is warning that the overuse of antibiotics in agriculture has increased the level of drug resistant bacteria. However, he thinks he has a solution. Every year, North American farmers use large amounts of antibiotics to treat disease in livestock and to encourage growth. “Most antibiotic use is in fact… Continue reading Prof looks to curb use of antibiotics in animals
The Pack A.D.
Vancouver duo Maya Miller and Becky Black, better known as The Pack A.D. have released their fifth album, Do Not Engage. Miller and Black have put quite a new feeling into their latest album, combining rock and indie styles of music into something entirely energetic and, coincidentally, engaging. Black and Miller’s style of music has… Continue reading The Pack A.D.
Spun: Ken Stead
Edmonton-based singer songwriter Ken Stead’s debut album titled Unfinished sounds as though it’s anything but. Each song creates a reflective and relaxing mood for the listener — with soft vocals and complex acoustic instrumentals. Each song tells a story from his five years of making music, presented with hope and persistence. The contemporary folk-style music… Continue reading Spun: Ken Stead
Spun: CC Trubiak
CC Trubiak has banded together with a small mob of friends, musicians and muses to create his latest album, fittingly titled Tiny Army: The D. Holmes Sessions. Trubiak’s music is quite personal with each song telling a story, yet the instrumentals stay energetic with some folk elements mixed in and his piercing tenor voice takes… Continue reading Spun: CC Trubiak
Spun: Dog Day
Dog Day’s latest album is titled Fade Out, but the group’s surreal classic rock is not likely to fade from memory anytime soon. The group from Halifax was started by Seth Smith and his wife Nancy Urich almost 10 years ago and they have been creating their unique mix of rock-influenced guitar, dreamy surreal bass… Continue reading Spun: Dog Day
Spun: Tim Moxam
Toronto-based singer songwriter Tim Moxam is launching his solo career with the EP Blue Son. The title, Blue Son, reflects his personal style of music, which is smooth, somber and haunting, but hopeful. Each song on the EP avoids the folk-rock style of his previous band Great Bloomers in favour of a folk-Americana blend of… Continue reading Spun: Tim Moxam