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Gnarly Horse - "Dopamine" Single - Folk Turned Fuzz Punk

Gnarly Horse are a new fuzzy indie band out of Toronto. When I first put on their track “Dopamine” I thought it was going to be a straight up folk tune but then they stomp the pedals and here comes the rock! It turns into a ripper track with some pop punk influences. This track comes off their “Maybe I’m Certain” EP which is available on their bandcamp. Gnarly Horse plays The Baby G on Thursday September 6th with Gregory Pepper, Girlongirl and Desire Lines. – Kris Gies

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Favours - Fresh Indie Synth Tune "In The Night"

Favours are a fresh synth pop band out of Hamilton. They recently released their debut single and music video for “In The Night”. I really enjoy the synth hook that kicks off the tune. The simplicity of the rhythm section is perfect to allow yourself to be consumed by the song. I also dig the dual vocals throughout. It carries a beautiful eeriness with it. Very tight track from Favours. See them in Toronto on September 22nd at the Monarch Tavern along with Sean Nicholas Savage and Nyssa. – Kris Gies

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The Effens - Glum/Grunge "Half" Music Video

Toronto glam grungers The Effens have released a new EP “Burn Blush” on Lootbag Records. They also dropped a new music video for the single “Half”. This track has a dark, lazy opening that slowly escalates to the droning yet catchy chorus. This tune is a real 90’s throwback that’s like a creepier Stone Temple Pilots. The emotional intensity grows throughout the song ending with a very powerful chorus. “Burn Blush” EP available at their store. – Kris Gies





Lush Buffalo - Grunge Destruction in "Munson" Music Video

Toronto grungers Lush Buffalo released a brand new music video earlier this summer for their latest single “Munson”. This track is catchy and leans more towards the alt-rock side of their grunge sound. They’re just lightly accepting a little pop punk influence which is cool and helps add a bit of an extra earworm. They cause serious destruction in this video and you can witness similar distruction live at Monarch Tavern on August 22nd when Lush Buffalo performs with The Take, Day Trip and Blue Dream. – Kris Gies

 





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Goodbye Honolulu
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The Rec Room
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