This spacey instrumental EP from San Francisco weirdos Cloudland Canyon is a doozy. Continue reading “CLOUDLAND CANYON – Aureliua”
Local instrumental weirdoes Mahogany Frog’s sixth release, Senna, is an exciting, rollicking ride through both intensely expansive and introvertedly exploratory soundscapes. Continue reading “Mahogany Frog – Senna”
Powder Blue (photo by Shuyler Jansen)
Lots of heavy and heady stuff going down this Weekend, friends! Don’t miss out. Continue reading “Weekenders – 08/30 – 09/02”
This little split from Saskatoon’s Shooting Guns and Edmonton’s Krang is fucking tasty. Purveyors both of heady instrumental intensity, I’ve been digging on their respective recent releases to the point of mania lately, so to have them both on one slab of vinyl is a goddamn treat. Continue reading “Shooting Guns / Krang – split 7””
By Doreen Girard
November 11th, Shooting Guns returns to Winnipeg near the close of an action packed year for the band. Guitarist Chris Laramee and synth jockey Steven Reed talk about the near future and the distant past, mojo oracles and the voltaic path to a behemoth riff.
Chris Laramee: We’ve all known each other for at least a decade now. When Keith moved back from Vancouver, he and Jay moved in to a place together that had a sweet garage to jam in, so Friday night burnout sessions began. That was about two and a half years ago, and here we are.
Steve Reed: Jim and I have known each other since the early nineties in Dalmeny, SK, and have been shirking adulthood together ever since. Continue reading “Interview :: Shooting Guns”