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The Blood Lines

Named following the band’s have family ties, the Bloodstream Lines are an indie rock and roll foursome from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. The music group took main in 2006, when brothers Paul and Barrett Ross merged with siblings Maygen and S.J. Kardash. After a slew of Canadian tour times (and a short U.S. check out, where the music group performed the CMJ Music Marathon), the Bloodstream Lines joined up with fellow Canadians the Dears on the tour of traditional western Canada. A self-titled studio room album followed, using the bandmates decamping to S.J. Kardash’s house studio room to record a variety of neo-shoegaze indie rock and roll and ’70s-influenced acoustic guitar riffs. Released individually for the band’s personal dime, The Bloodstream Lines found achievement on university radio and XM channels; it also got house an award in the 2007 Traditional western Canadian Music Honours.

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