Check out the PrettyCool! Records 2017 digital sampler! The sampler includes a couple of tracks from a couple of local Ottawa bands including Seany Sharko and Galapagos. We are a cassette label based in Cornwall, ON (Canada). We have been around since our inception from an art project in 2014. Our first release was a cassette version of Dany Laj’s debut EP, “The Match” in early 2016, followed by Seany Sharko and his debut cassette, “September Comes Too Soon”.
July 17th, 2017 by Scott Martin | Published in Features, Interviews, New Music, NewsLiam Lloyd is set to release his brand new single and video The Ghost of Buck Hill on July 20th, 2017. You can hear the song before it’s released on LiVE 88.5 today (July 17) at 2:20PM. I recently spoke with Liam about the song. Buck Hill is a piece of Ottawa Valley folklore. It can be found near Killaloe, Ontario. According to Liam, “The ghost story of Buck Hill goes back to the depression era.
I headed out to Avant-Garde to get my first taste of Project Mantra. Other than having met frontman Leigh Bursey a couple of times and recently interviewing him ahead of of the show, I was largely unfamiliar with the band and their music. Unfortunately I missed the openers as I arrived just as the band was getting ready to start their set. Once the set began, it only took a couple of songs to get caught up in their energy and sound.
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