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The Coast

Brothers Jordan Melchiorre (drums) and Luke Melchiorre (bass), alongside Ian Fosbery (electric guitar/keyboards) and Benjamin Spurr (vocals/electric guitar), create the hypnotic melodies from the Coastline. For a short time, the music group was referred to as the July 26th Motion and released the Go for a walk Outdoors EP in …

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Justin Rutledge

An Alt-Country singer/songwriter from Toronto, Justin Rutledge (given birth to 1978) earned critical compliment for his literate, rootsy sound. Agreed upon to Six Shooter information, Rutledge released his debut record, No Never By itself, to UK important applause in 2005. The previous editor-in-chief of the literary journal shortly found his …

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The Mahones

Canada’s top Celtic punk rock and roll party music group was fittingly given birth to on St. Patrick’s Time in 1990 in Kingston, Ontario. Founding associates were vocalist/guitarist Finny McConnell; Andrew Dark brown on tin whistle, keyboards, and accordion; Ger O’Sullivan on mandolin, banjo, electric guitar, and bodhran; bassist Joe …

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The Sands of Time

Eric Baragar, Tim Campbell, Michael Goettler and Steve Smith structured the Sands of Amount of time in 1966 in Ontario, Canada. The music group recorded only 1 popular solitary, 1970’s “I’ve Got a sense,” and split up in the first ’70s, but re-formed with vocalist Don Thompson (from Noah) as …

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Magneta Lane

Lexi Valentine (vocals/electric guitar), Nadia Ruler (drums), and France (bass) compose the girlish punk noises of Magneta Street. The trio emerged jointly in fall 2003 and spent another year playing displays around their indigenous Toronto. They build a brash, sassy rock and roll audio that resonates the self-confidence from the …

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The New Deal

Founded in 1998 by three longtime members from the Toronto music scene, the brand new Deal fused electronic music with live improvisation at the same time when parallel developments had been occurring elsewhere around the continent. Through relentless touring, the music group quickly built a solid pursuing among jam music …

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Matthew Davidson

New Zealand pianist/composer Matthew Davidson is usually both a single recording artist and a instructor. Davidson started his music profession at age 15, when he performed his first tune “Echoes From days gone by” on Radio New Zealand, which he implemented up a season later with shows on the Wellington …

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Max Webster

Toronto’s Potential Webster blended steel, prog, and rock and roll elements right into a genre-defying mix that won the group a cult following within the mid- to past due ’70s. Produced in 1973, the band’s audio centered on the comparison between vocalist/guitarist Kim Mitchell’s intense strike and vocalist/keyboardist Terry Watkinson’s …

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Raising the Fawn

Increasing the Fawn originated around 1997 like a calm, introspective bedroom task for Toronto’s John Crossingham, who at that time was keeping down each day work as an associate of ThanatoPop. Ultimately, Bringing up the Fawn was taken to stage and polish, becoming a complete band using pals and self-issuing …

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The Souljazz Orchestra

A multicultural, high-energy collective from Ottawa, Ontario, the Souljazz Orchestra — featuring keyboardist Pierre Chrétien, alto saxophonist Zakari Frantz, baritone saxophonist Ray Murray, tenor saxophonist Steve Patterson, and percussionists Marielle Rivard and Philippe Lafrenière, most of whom may also be vocalists — took main in 2002 and debuted with a …

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