With the news of Zaphod Beeblebrox closing on May 14th. I have decided to go back into the archives of photos that I have taken at the venue. Here is the year 2009. Ennuie, Relief Maps and Politique on January 30, 2009. Bruce Peninsula, Timber Timbre and Giant Hand on February 6, 2009. Ukrainia and …
It is already August 1st. Still more days of summer fun times. I decided to put out this Summer mixtape for your enjoyment. Picking the songs that is suitable for the summer and released in 2011.
Here is part 3 of who to see at NXNE. This time on Friday June 17, 2011. This is going to be another fun night of music happening in Toronto.
Wow! The first four months of 2011 has flown by so quickly. I really don’t do this until the end of the year. But I think it would be cool to do my Top 25 albums that came out in the first quarter. (IE Winter months/Jan-April) Since May has begun, I shall list my favorite …
Check out the new music video for Ruby Coast‘s Made To Change. You don’t see the band in this one. Music video directed by Humble Empire. All I have to say is skating, ducks and swans. It’s a “quacky” video. Made To Change is taken off from the album Whatever This Is which you can …
Calm Hands seems to be a solo project for Ruby Coast‘s Keith Bradford.
Finally Ruby Coast gets the remix treatment from RAC (Remix Artist Collective). They remix artists like Tegan and Sara, Tokyo Police Club, Yeah Yeah Yeahs (Listen to their remix of Zero) and etc. Wow! Some of my photos are used! 😛
The big news on January 18th was the release of the long-awaited Ruby Coast album “Whatever This Is“.
Ruby Coast seems to be in a giving mood on giving away a free track off from “Whatever This Is”. Last week it was the B-Side Sister. This time it is the track Liza Liza which is free to download on their Bandcamp site.
Found out today that my favorite band Ruby Coast released a B-side from the upcoming full-length “Whatever This Is”. The b-side is called Sister which is free to download on their Bandcamp site.