Michelle Kennedy Just a few days ago, the gorgeous and incredibly cinematic album Images Du Futur by Montreal’s tres cool band of the moment Suuns was long-listed for the illustrious Polaris Music Prize.
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Michelle Kennedy I’m writing about Canadiana and that quest for “National Identity” … Or at least that’s what I tell Bahamas’ Afie Jurvenen in the awkward first moments of our conversation. And we talked about that but about so much more too. Mostly, we talked about love. And Toronto. And music … and Toronto.
Sean Marchetto “Winnipeg is sunny and warm,” says Ben Worcester, one of the principal songwriters for Vancouver’s Said the Whale. It’s Sunday afternoon and the band is headed home after seven weeks on the road for a tour that saw them start in California and will see them leave for the United Kingdom after a [...]
Music-critic’s Interview with the Stars of Track and FieldBy Danielle Suchet When Jason Bell, guitarist for the electronic rock band Stars of Track and Field spoke to Music-Critic.ca in between practice sessions in the bandâ€™s hometown of Portland, Oregon, he was running late. His reason? Not the usual rock star excuse of sex, drugs and [...]
I had the pleasure of sitting down and talking to Scott Kirkland of The Crystal Method on Friday, January 16th from his Hotel Room in Portland, Oregon. The Crystal Method have just finished â€˜Legion of Boomâ€™, their third studio EP, and are beginning their promotional tour in late February. My tape recorder died about half [...]