Archive for 'Robin Hatch'
Ward's Island native Ivy Mairi's soulful voice rings strong on her second release.
An entertaining mix of folk and rock, the Wooden Sky's newest effort is chock full of thoughtful lyrics, and catchy melodies.
Local rockers wax nostalgic for New Wave in their shameless dream-pop tribute to Scarborough.
We're still wishing for a full-length album, but in the meantime this 7-inch release is pretty great.
Local folk rockers Fort York crank out country fun on their first full-length LP.
Christopher Stopa, co-owner of Bakerbots Baking, was surprised when a demo he recorded a decade ago went viral as a "Lost Radiohead Track."
Local comedian Gregory Cochrane gets serious about '90s alternative rock on the first full-length release from his latest project.
It took moving to the UK for formerly local songwriter Cold Specks to win the hearts of Canadians with her debut seven-inch, "Holland."
The Kingston band's latest LP is an eclectic mix of Canadiana sounds, with a hint of electronica.
Old Spice spokesperson Isaiah Mustafa graced our humble city with his presence today, for a meet-and-greet at the Eaton Centre.
Bry Webb's debut solo album has all the makings of a Canadian indie classic.
Listeners can vote online for the sixth annual CanCon-heavy music awards.
The Darcys combines the best parts of '90s alternative rock and Canadian indie shoegaze in one of Arts and Crafts' best releases to date.
Prince Perry's new full-length is a fun, relaxing, and self-aware celebration of both classic reggae and third-wave ska.
The latest Cuff the Duke LP regenerates an early-1950s country aesthetic, combined with the best parts of 1990s Canadiana.
The latest release from Toronto's Muskox succeeds at fusing progressive rock, jazz, and folk music through accentuated use of the banjo.