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Gypsophilia @ Lane’s (Liverpool, NS) Oct 11

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Update! Gypsophilia’s playing a show at Lane’s in Liverpool, Nova Scotia on October 11th – be there or be… somewhere else! But if you’re not there, be sure to check out one of their other upcoming shows from the list here!

Ketch Harbour Wolves @ Delaware House (Toronto), Sept 5

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Ketch Harbour Wolves hail from across Ontario while fostering a deep connection to Nova Scotia where in 2003 the band’s predecessor, The Flying Buttresses, was forged in the small coastal town of Ketch Harbour. After almost two years of intense musical experimentation, near destitution, and enough stories for a lifetime of songs, singer Jonathan Tyrrell and drummer Brian Urbanik packed their van and drove the seventeen-hundred kilometres home to Ontario. It was back on familiar ground that they would begin to lay the foundations for what would become Ketch Harbour Wolves.

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Kestrels @ Maxwell's (Sydney), Sept 13


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Goaltender Chad Peck and centerman Marcus Fiddes met 15 years ago while playing with Atom hockey in the West Colchester Minor Hockey Association. Fourteen years later, along with defense man Adam Hartling, the three now known as Kestrels are set to release their first 7″ single on Noyes Records this September.

Marrying catchy pop melodies with dissonant guitars and sometimes blistering drums, this trio is on pace to finish first place in their division and should make a strong run for the cup. The Kestrels’ new album is to be released September 16, 2008

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Brent Randall & His Pinecones @ The Marquee (Halifax), July 18

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Arriving fully formed, Brent Randall & His Pinecones released the expertly crafted debut EP, Quite Precisely, in late 2004 (Charting 34 on Earshot). The seven songs on the album showed a style of song and depth in writing rarely seen since Brill Building era pop. Randall quickly became a enigmatic yet renowned character throughout the East Coast. Along with His Pinecones, made up of Laura Peek, David Ewenson, Joel Goguen, Brian O’Reilly and Jess Lewis, he played several legendary shows in the years that followed, previewing new songs from an ever forthcoming LP that never seemed to materialize.

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Amy Honey in profile: Honky-tonk heroine

Amy Honey is a Canadian singer/songwriter/rocker/honky-tonk heroine. Born and raised in the wilds of rural Nova Scotia (West Chezzetcook, to be specific), she moved to Vancouver in 1996, and set about turning the town on it’s ear.

In 1998, she joined the ladyrockin’ band, Clover Honey, and together they won CiTR’s 1999 Shindig battle of the bands competition, put out their critically acclaimed Go Horse Go album and Continue reading ‘Amy Honey in profile: Honky-tonk heroine’