Joel Plaskett - new album coming 2015

The Wilderness of Manitoba - 9.16.2014

Steph Cameron - 9.23.2014

Flash Lightnin'

Bidiniband

Alejandra Ribera

Good For Grapes

Elisapie

Mo Kenney

The Dears

Recent Pheromone News

Flash Lightnin’ covers ZZ Top’s “Jesus Just Left Chicago”

May 13th, 2014 by admin

A couple weeks ago the guys from Flash Lightnin’ went on Q107 with...

Alejandra Ribera in Words & Music: The Colour of Passion

May 12th, 2014 by admin

March 26, 2014 | Story by Frédéric Boudreault

Singer-songwriter Alejandra Ribera, a new Montrealer with a deep warm voice, is reaching out to scores of music lovers through La Boca (The...

Flash Lightnin’ @ The Dakota Tavern Toronto 5/8/14 – Dirty Ass Rock n Roll!

May 9th, 2014 by admin

It’s Canadian Music Week in Toronto, the city is buzzing and music is everywhere. Last night Toronto trio Flash Lightnin’ just about burned The Dakota to the ground.

With the...

JOEL PLASKETT SIGNS WITH PHEROMONE RECORDINGS; Headlines NXNE label night at The Horseshoe Tavern Saturday June 21

April 30th, 2014 by admin

Halifax’s favourite son and national indie rock icon Joel Plaskett has joined forces with Toronto’s Pheromone Recordings for the followup to his 2012 Scrappy Happiness album. Recording for...

Pheromone Recordings Takes Over The Horseshoe Tavern During NXNE On Saturday June 21

April 30th, 2014 by admin

NXNE and Toronto label Pheromone Recordings today announced that five of the label’s artists would come together for a night of disparate musics on the Saturday of NXNE, June...

Flash Lightnin’s For The Sinners – Out Everywhere 4/29

April 29th, 2014 by admin

Fresh off a 9 date tour of Western Canada opening for ZZ Top, Flash Lightnin’s sophomore album For The Sinners is available digitally and physically April 29.

Produced by multi Juno...

Flash Lightnin’ And Exclaim! Get You High On 4/20 With Free “Let’s Get High” Download

April 20th, 2014 by admin

From exclaim.ca:

A few years ago, Toronto-based boogie-rock revivalists Flash Lightnin’ arrived on the Canadian music scene with a bang, thanks in part to opening performances...

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