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Edgefest: Through The Eyes Of A Noob

[caption id="attachment_52847" align="alignnone" width="464"] Mother Mother - One of the two keyboardists looses herself in the music during their set on the Main Stage.[/caption]   Edgefest- Toronto, Ontario I was recently introduced to the atmosphere of concerts, and seeing bands live. Needless to say: I’m hooked. I’ve reviewed all but one concert I’ve been to, and the 2013 Edgefest is no different. ...

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The Sword

Biltmore Cabaret - Vancouver, BC Heavy music was on the menu thursday night at Biltmore Cabaret. Throngs of black clad long haired west coast metalheads united as one to bear witness to The Sword. Out of the music hot bed that is Austin, Texas The Sword are reminding fans how metal is meant to sounds. Mythical, powerful and profound; the Texas quartet have delivered four albums to date since their incarnati ...

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Pet Shop Boys – Electric

3/5 Electric is the twelfth studio album of Pet Shop Boys and the first released by their own label. It could easily be named as homage on dance and euphoric dance rhythm. Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe combine rhythmic melodies, breaks, synthie sounds with pop sounds to 9 electric and energetic dance songs. And even when there are elements that are typical for Pet Shop Boys, you can also find some unusual sou ...

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Madchild – Lawn Mower Man

3/5 Juno Award nominated artist, Madchild, has released his sophomore solo album “Lawn Mower Man”, and doesn’t seem to be slowing down. After being successful with the band Swollen Members, Madchild stepped away from the band to become a solo artist. After debuting third on Canadian Billboard Top 200 with his album “Dope Sick”, and he was also nominated at the Juno Awards for “Rap Recording of the Year.” Pa ...

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Edgefest 2013

[caption id="attachment_53064" align="alignnone" width="450"] Mother Mother[/caption]   Toronto, Ontario 102.1 The Edge had yet another successful Edgefest. This year’s Edgefest setlist consisted of bands such as July Talk, Monster Truck, Mother Mother, The Lumineers, Imaginary Cities and many more. From a media perspective things were very organized which made it easy for me to locate everything. From ...

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Aly & Fila – Quiet Storm

4/5 The Pharaohs of Trance are back, with an album to follow up their debut artist album released three years ago. ‘Quiet Storm’ is a masterpiece that sees Aly & Fila staying true to their much-loved uplifting trance sound, but also expanding their horizons, adding downtempo compositions that, along with the intro and outro, make this record a complete journey, with peaks and troughs. The album kicks off wi ...

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Inlet Sound – The Romantics

5/5 Canadian folk-rock spirit rock band, Inlet Sound, released their first full-length record The Romantics in 2012. They worked tirelessly on the album for two years, along with acclaimed Canadian producer Laurence Currie. The album was recorded over a three-month period, in various places in Ontario. The Romantics represents the bands growth during the two year long journey to put together the album, who ...

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Jazz For Babies

5/5 The future of Jazz lies in the hands of children. All children will at one point in their childhood be introduced to Jazz, but how can it be introduced to light a love for Jazz that could possibly last a lifetime? Jazz for Babies does just that with soothing and relaxing music for the tired toddler in your life. Jazz for babies offers five remarkable albums: The Saxophone Album, The Guitar Album, The Pi ...

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The Smurfs 2 – Soundtrack

3/5 The Smurfs 2 finds evil wizard Gargamel creating two smurf-like characters called the Naughties, to try to help him harness the magical "Smurf essence". Realizing that only Smurfette knows how to make the Naughties real Smurfs, she is kidnapped by the evil wizard and it is up to the Smurfs to save her and protect their Smurf secrets. The non-orchestral version of the Smurfs 2 soundtrack features ten upb ...

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Lou Bega – A Little Bit Of 80’s

3/5 Bega didn’t find much success with his third studio album “Lounatic” (2006) or his fourth studio album Free Again (2010). Lou Bega is best known for his catchy hit version of “Mambo No.5”. In his latest material, his fifth studio album, Bega covers classic international hits, bringing almost forgotten styles back to the ‘here and now’. Being a child of the 80’s, Bega has brought many tracks to life that ...

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