Posts Tagged ‘weird canada’

No Problem

August 7th, 2015 | Mp3 Posts | 0 Comments

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Ahh, that Maritime charm. These No Problem guys from Truro, Nova Scotia know what I’m talking about. Like how East Coasters are so cool that they’ll send bloggers free zips of their EPs out of appreciation…wink wink nudge nudge… (via Weird Canada)

Charlotte Crow

July 9th, 2015 | Mp3 Posts | 0 Comments

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Charlotte Crow‘s bandcamp says she’s from London, Ontario, but I’d prefer to think of her as coming from Rodney, Ontario, which is what Weird Canada put down as her location. Just an 18-year-old girl making strange mumble-core music with some loops and noise in small town Canada. A couple random peeps on the internet find it and get excited. Sometimes the modern world is kind of cool.

Prairie Fang

July 4th, 2015 | Mp3 Posts | 0 Comments

prairiefangSometimes something just hits you with its vibe. Hailing from Bashaw, Alberta, a town with a population of less than 1000, Prairie Fang is apparently a dude with a guitar who makes music that sounds like the soundtrack of a haunted First Nations funeral. His Flux/Dust EP is the kind of thing you might expect to hear on a tape you found in the middle of the desert. You don’t know who made it or why it’s there, but for some reason it exists and it’s beautiful in its stark, pure minimalism. (via Weird Canada of course).

p.s. btw, Mr. Prairie Fang, would LOVE a tape of this if you wanna let me know how one can be obtained.

The Marlees

September 15th, 2014 | Mp3 Posts | 0 Comments

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Montreal’s The Marlees manage to sound like they’re from another planet (Marlee’s World, apparently, as that’s the title of their latest album) and, at the same time, like they’re recording in some dank, dim basement or warehouse. They also sound like they’re big Phil Spector/girl group fans. (via Weird Canada)

Flash Palace

August 29th, 2014 | Mp3 Posts | 0 Comments

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Vancouver’s Flash Palace put out this wonderful album, Ceiling All, back in January. Ten tracks of hazy, hypnotic instrumentals. I’m just getting word of it now via Weird Canada.