Posts tagged Palomino
The Courtneys

The Courtneys drift back to the sound of the early '90s, drawing from strong influences including Teenage Fanclub, Pavement, Eddy Current Suppression Ring, and The Clean. Courtney Loove's dreamy guitar riffs add a timeless powerpop element to the punk backbone formed by Sydney Koke's driving basslines, while drummer/lead singer Jen Twynn Payne delivers heartfelt lyrics with a powerful vocal style. These components come together through a passionate collaborative songwriting process to deliver a special blend of fuzzy "artisanal grunge".

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Bison

Vancouver metal veterans BISON are making a devastating return with their brand new album titled “You Are Not The Ocean You Are The Patient”; already a serious contender for the “album title of the year” award. After 2012’s Lovelessness, the four-piece’s last album for Metal Blade Records, the band was joined by Shane Clark on bass, former lead guitarist of 3 INCHES OF BLOOD. The EP „1000 Needles“, released in 2014, already hinted at what to expect from their 5th full length album: a thundering opus of epic filth and splendor.

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Little Destroyer

Like blaring synth across the ruins of some dystopian landscape, LITTLE DESTROYER rebel against the quiet with heavy electronics, guitars and dissonant grunge pop anthems. Catchy, loud and energetic as hell, this three-piece will either leave you thrashing, dancing or simply standing in awe.

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Surf Dads

The music video for “All My Friends,” the newest by Regina band Surf Dads opens with campy, cursive lettering that inform us that we’re actually watching a home video set in 1977. It’s adorably dorky and feels particularly in line with the Regina band that’s been described my many as sounding like “Weezer on speed.” Fronted by vocalist Gage McMcGuire and drummer Chris Dimas, the prarie punk(ish) outfit deliver shout along power-pop that searches for sunshine through riffs. It’s brazen and gregarious and demands a pit of sweaty kids for maximum impact.

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Dark Time

Dark Time is Marie Sulkowski, Eric Heitmann, Dillon Whitfield, Jared Andres and Cayley O’Neill. The project weaves synth-pop, psychedelic rock and folk-punk together to create a feeling of discovery.

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No More Moments

From the heart of the Siksika Nation, No More Moments have been cranking out toxic, volatile, hardcore-inspired punk rock... since 2009. Following in the footsteps of the Misfits and Retox, howling their way through sub-two-minute blasts of unforgiving punk.

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