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Lisa LeBlanc

You Look Like Trouble (But I Guess I Do Too)
Jan - 05 - 15
Lisa LeBlanc is a whirlwind on banjo, guitar and vocals. She's a force, a dynamo, ripping into the songs with gusto, humour and joy. After the huge success of her debut album she hit the road and followed the path of the Beat Generation across Nashville, Memphis, New Orleans, Las Vegas, Austin and S ...

Yoni Yum

Teenie Weenie
Jan - 02 - 15
Punk or Free Spirits? You decide. Local band Yoni Yum is nothing to be reckoned with. "Teenie Weenie" appears on their latest release GREATEST (CL)HITS. Yoni Yum stopped by Off The Record for an epic session on 12/19/14.

Soldier's Heart

African Fire
Jan - 01 - 15
Soldier's Heart have easily earned a spot as Belgian's hardest working new talent, with a strong European fanbase and several prestigious awards already under their belt. This is not surprising as the band have nailed a unique psychedelic dream-pop sound, think MØ meets Haerts, and a distinct aesth ...

Deptford Goth

Two Hearts
Dec - 31 - 14
The sophomore LP from London­ based R&B/electro-pop producer Daniel Woolhouse, aka Deptford Goth, finds him in a more joyous state than his 2013 debut, Life After Defo. Woolhouse steps forward with more emphasis on vocals: opening up to admit he is a fragile soul who is now finding peace. Instead o ...

Dan Mangan + Blacksmith

Dec - 30 - 14
What happens when you take Dan Mangan and add Blacksmith? Well, you would get this song, silly! "Vessel" is a diverse and dramatic song that is really #OnThePoint. When first hearing the opening seconds of the song, one could mistake it for a track from James Ferraro's Far Side Virtual. It soon bec ...

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