Just a quick reminder that we are closed tomorrow, July 1st for Canada Day.
We’ve got a bunch of great recent new releases to feature today including some fantastic CanCon so lets jump right into them!
Alexisonfire – Otherness (Indie Exclusive)
Otherness is the first album in over a decade from Alexisonfire. Blending their classic sound with new and forward-thinking textures, they produced Otherness themselves.
The Sheepdogs – Outta Sight (Indie Exclusive)
Canada’s own hardworking and hard-living band The Sheepdogs took all of their pandemic-induced feelings from the past two years and channelled them into the one thing that made sense; good, old – fashioned, non-bummer rock and roll music.
The Tragically Hip – Live At The Roxy
Live at The Roxy was recorded on May 3, 1991, originally for the Westwood One Radio Network. The 15-song set includes the legendary “Killer Whale Tank” version of “New Orleans is Sinking” and “She Didn’t Know”.
Sable (Original Video Game Soundtrack by Japanese Breakfast)
Drawing from her years of songwriting experience, the 32-track collection finds the musician, director and author making new explorations into ambient and experimental music.
LP – Churches
“Churches” soars in it’s expansiveness, and employs synthesizers, ambient noises and even a bit of chaos, to make a powerful pop record imbued with elements of rock, country and alternative music – all the while being completely accessible.
The Clash – Combat Rock (Limited Edition)
The final album by The Clash’s original Strummer/Jones incarnation, originally released in 1982. It includes two massive hits: ‘Should I Stay or Should I Go?’ has the biggest, stupidest, most perfect riff this side of “Louie Louie”.
See you soon!