The band's fourth full-length record mixes bubblegum sweetness with jittery art-rock rhythms.
There's a rough-hewn charm on Goodnight.
The story behind the music is that a quiet high-school janitor goes on a killing spree after some teens murder his cat.
It’s safe to say that the Calgary-born electroacoustic composer has forgotten more about synthesis than most of us would ever be able to Google.
The Vancouver power trio of bassist Carl Spackler, guitarist Ben Yardley, and drummer Jay Solyom offers nose-to-the-grindstone, balls-out, scissor-kickin’ rawk.
Rotten is primed to bruise the living.
Late Bloomer (Locksley Tapes)
The surged-up sounds of the four-song debut will keep most listeners on edge.
Whatever it was that seemed to be holding Woodpigeon back before is gone on T R O U B L E.
It’s been said that you can’t judge a book by its cover, but does the maxim translate to the music world?