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A PBR10 Q&A: Amy Cole of The Rural Alberta Advantage

A PBR10 Q&A: Amy Cole of The Rural Alberta Advantage

Don’t let their name or the fact they play percussive folk songs about hometowns and heartbreak fool you into thinking that The Rural Alberta Advantage haven’t been making a ruckus. As one-time holders of the “Canada’s best unsigned band” title to to sold-out tours, Juno noms, and international critical acclaim, you could say they’re almost...
Paper Bag Records: Slow and steady wins the race

Paper Bag Records: Slow and steady wins the race

I first met Trevor Larocque at the big HMV in Toronto. He was the baseball-cap-wearing new guy full of jokes in the Dance department, and I was the busy Marketing Supervisor dabbling in various shades of red hair. He said, “I’m Trevor; I used to be the biggest KISS fan,” and produced an embarrassingly uncool...
Cuff The Duke premiere new 'Count on Me' video

Cuff The Duke premiere new ‘Count on Me’ video

Still basking in the afterglow of their recent JUNO nomination for Adult Alternative Album of the Year with Morning Comes, Canadian alt-country act Cuff The Duke release the album today to U.S. fans via Paper Bag Records. To coincide with its release, the band also debut their brand new music video for Count on Me...
Canadian Exclusive! Download Cuff the Duke's cover of John Lennon's 'Instant Karma'

Canadian Exclusive! Download Cuff the Duke’s cover of John Lennon’s ‘Instant Karma’

To commemorate the nearing February 28th U.S. release of their In Our Time EP, Toronto alt-country quartet Cuff The Duke have released the latest in a series of inventive covers, John Lennon’s Instant Karma. Says band member Wayne Petti (lead vocals, guitar, keys): “There aren’t many bands out there that aren’t in some way influenced...
Huddle: Weekends at the cottage inspire All These Fires

Huddle: Weekends at the cottage inspire All These Fires

Inspired by countless weekends spent composing songs at a cottage in Georgian Bay, Ontario, vocalist Mark Satterthwaite and guitarist Clay Jones – who first met writing film and television scores – recruited bassist Dave Lucas and drummer Teddy Wilson (also a host on the Space channel) to form indie rock outfit, Huddle. Together, the foursome...

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