Archive for the Yep Roc Category
Today, Canadian indie-rock royalty, Sloan are excited to kick-off their mighty return with their new song, “The Day Will Be Mine.” The track is released as part of the band’s announcement of their 12th studio album appropriately titled Sloan 12. Sloan are one of the rare bands to make it […]
Produced by Richard Swift (Foxygen, The Shins), Uncle, Duke & The Chief is a record less concerned with what sounds hip than what feels good. In the Ruffians’ case that meant shedding some of their more arty influences (the Pixies, Talking Heads) and reconnecting with the sounds they first heard […]
Dave and Serge Bielanko have led Marah through lots of changes since their alt-country garage band debuted in 1998. Angels and devils, detox and drink, stray dogs and distant loves, New York and Spain: Angels Of Destruction! presents enough recurring and unifying details to qualify as a song cycle or thematic opus. But […]
Tone Soul Evolution is the second album from The Apples in Stereo. It was recorded from February to June and released in September 1997. Now Reissued by Yep Roc Records in 2017.
Recorded in the basement of Dallas and Travis’ parents’ home north of Toronto over the winter of 2015, the familiar surroundings and lack of distractions resulted in a consistent feel, despite the eclecticism at the heart of The Sadies sound. The psych-folk flourishes on tracks such as “Riverview Fog” are […]