ACRONYMS will soon be headed to a Western Canadian city close to you.
With a tour in progress and a debut album in tow, one of the latest additions to Saskatoon’s growing music scene is ready to rock and roll. The band will be supporting JPNSGRLS at The Media Club next Friday March 27th.
ACRONYMS were kind enough to answer a few questions via e-mail.
One of the first encounters between Kalin and Myles was at a house party.
It is only fitting that the duo makes now creates hip-pop music that easily fits into a party playlist. The musical union of Kalin White and Myles Parrish has been a few years in the making. Their fan base has been accumulating nicely since their early days, notably on Vine. Kalin & Myles are currently on tour across North America, with a stop in Vancouver at The Rio Theatre on April 21st.
Courtesy of Union Events, you can win a pair of tickets to the Kalin and Myles show in Vancouver on April 21st.
Dope Soda will be embarking on their Bottle Drive Tour later this month in Western Canada, starting with a stop in Vancouver at Guilt & Company on March 27th.
The members of Saskatoon’s ACRONYMS may look familiar to you.
ACRONYMS will be heading on a Western Canadian Tour in support of the release of their album SIMPLECOMPLEX, which includes a stop in Vancouver at The Media Club on March 27th with JPNSGRLS.
Vancouver alt-pop band Twin River recently released a music video for their song “Break to Bend” from their recent release, Should The Light Go Out (via Light Organ Records). Directed by Anthem Jackson, the video features a phantom bike chase and the realization of innocence lost, with our beautiful city of Vancouver as the backdrop.
The Faceplants are gearing up for a busy year. The Vancouver power-pop rockers are celebrating the release of their new single, “Why”, with a show at The Roxy this Saturday March 14th.
Yesterday, I had the opportunity to chat with lead singer and songwriter Dan Botch about the band’s new single, musical inspirations, and more.
There is no doubt that The Ting Tings know how to create infectious music.
Their debut album, We Started Nothing, produced the hits “That’s Not My Name” and “Shut Up and Let Me Go” that topped the charts back in 2008. The duo, consisting of Katie White and Jules De Martino, brought some of that energy into the making of their third studio album. Super Critical was recorded in Ibiza, co-produced by former Duran Duran guitarist Andy Taylor, and inspired by the music and glamour of New York in the 70’s.
Timing is everything.
The two members of Leisure Cruise are no strangers to the music scene. In fact, their union was a result of their very connection through the local music scene in New York. The duo will be playing at The Media Club at March 1st.
Jennifer Hershman is gearing up for a busy February.
The Vancouver singer-songwriter will be releasing her third album Never Ever Wanna on February 17th and will be playing an album release party that evening at the Electric Owl. Hershman’s music career has been seasoned by a variety of collaborations and inspirations, but has notably taken efforts into her own hands.
If Michelle Chamuel looks familiar, it is likely not a coincidence.
Chamuel was the runner-up on the fourth season of NBC’s The Voice, putting her own spin on some of pop’s biggest hits. Prior to her television appearance, Chamuel was the lead singer of Ann Arbor based band, Ella Riot. She reunited with her former band mates Tyler Duncan and Theo Katzman to work on her debut studio album, Face The Fire, which was released earlier this week.