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Secret Colours

Secret Colours has released a new single, “Pins & Needles”, from their forthcoming LP Dream Dream. The album will be the band’s fourth and was recorded in Dripping Springs, TX.


Crisp, psychedelic prog-rock from Baltimore's Deaf Scene

Listening to Deaf Scene for the first time, one of the things I was most impressed by were the seamless transitions within the songs. The band does a great job developing themes with increasing intensity, steering clear of traditional verse-chorus structures to take listeners on a journey. Sometimes it's easy to get listener fatigue, going through 9 separate journeys on a full length prog-rock album, but the band keeps it interesting with a pleasing blend of post-rock and psychedelic, mixing in the driving force of tracks like “Zealot” with the trippy vibes of “Sun Drops”.

Aside from the stellar songwriting, the musicianship is a real tour-de force here. Everything is so tight, clean, and well rehearsed, it's abundantly clear that these guys really know their way around their instruments. An impressive and promising first album from Deaf Scene.

-Written by Michael Dranove



Tomahawk Love are a rock n roll band from Mississauga. Their brand new album "Take The Bait" offers up some classic pop punk influences that along with their self proclaimed blue collar approach brings together their sound in an enjoyable way. They were finalists in the HTZ FM Rock Search a couple years ago and were able to rock the stage at Riot Fest. If you like fun rock n roll tunes that are easy to sink in to then have a go with Tomahawk Love. This video for "Judy Nails" was shot at Stop, Drop n Roll on College St. They are playing the Bread n' Honey Festival in Mississauga on June 3rd and will be at the Mod Club in Toronto on June 6 opening up for CKY, The Wild! and the Familiars. - Kris Gies



DONCAT Releases New Music Video - LA in '83

San Francisco-based psych folk act DONCAT has just shared their new video "LA in '83".

Duncan Nielsen has sported the moniker ‘DONCAT’ since 2013. Since then he’s lived in a vista-abundant neighborhood in San Francisco, CA, just south of Haight-Ashbury. From almost anywhere in his house the eye can reach the eastern edge of the city, as well as downtown. On most days, just on the shoulders of the hill behind the house, fingers of heavy fog quietly creep in. While most would consider the view an inspiration, Nielsen finds it to be a distraction. He focuses his sights inward.

As a teen, he spent the lion’s share of his time channeling classic rock and folk. In junior-high, he gifted Led Zeppelin I at a birthday party and was ostracized. By the time he entered high school, he found himself as the token kid-with-a-guitar: loved by all and known by none. This bolstered his penchant for writing iconoclastic songs, as well as skipping high school to surf alone.

Enjoy DONCAT's new music video, LA in '83.


Krust Toons: "The Alt-Right" by Tedd Hazard

Krust Toons: "The Alt-Right" by Tedd Hazard - please feel free to drop him a line at teddandthehazards@gmail.com if you dig or have any funny ideas. You can also check out more of his illustrations and animation shorts HERE.


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