Monthly Archives: July 2015

Teen Daze reveals new single ‘Along’

Teen Daze promo picture with clouds

Vancouver’s Teen Daze will release his first album for Paper Bag Records on August 14, 2015. ‘Morning World’ was recorded with John Vanderslice at Tiny Telephone, his all-analog studio in San Francisco with co-producer Simon Bridgefoot. Take a listen to the album’s second single Along via Soundcloud below. ‘Morning World’ will be available on July 31st – pre-order the album here via iTunes or the CD and vinyl here via Paper Bag Records. Track listing:Valley of GardensPinkMorning WorldIt Starts At… Read more »

Space return with new single + extensive UK tour

Do you remember Space? No…not the thing all around us, but the British band who are back with a new single Strange World. It will be out on October 19, 2015 via Ocean Waves Productions. Strange World combines Space’s signature sound with a Mariachi vibe, creating a record that could serve as the soundtrack to a David Lynch film. The band… Read more »

Run Forever announce album + reveal new single ‘Big Vacation’

Run Forever

Pittsburgh indie-rock band Run Forever has announced their new, self-titled album will be out on October 9th via No Sleep Records. You can stream their new song called Separate Bedrooms now at You can pre-order the record at “I tried writing this a lot of different ways to avoid saying who it’s about, but it’s about my mom,”… Read more »

Fake Shark announce tour

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Fake Shark

Vancouver trio Fake Shark (formerly Fake Shark Real Zombie) have announced September tour dates supporting Die Mannequin and new single, Cheap Thrills, released last month via Light Organ Records. Fake Shark will perform at this year’s Ponderosa Festival in Rock Creek, BC before joining Die Mannequin in Winnipeg, September 23, wrapping in Vancouver on October 2. Cheap Thrills initially premiered via BBC6… Read more »

Andy Warhol: Revisited launches rotating lecture series

Revolver Gallery has launched a Rotating Lecture Series at the Andy Warhol: Revisited exhibit in Toronto. The Rotating Lecture Series will feature demonstrations and discussions from art luminaries and accomplished artists’ onsite in the gallery space, located at 77 Bloor Street West in Toronto. Tickets to the various events cost between $18 to $23, and can be purchased online and at the door. Upcoming… Read more »