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Jerry Leger - New Record in November, Lee's Palace 11.28

Jerry Leger is a veteran roots artists from around here in Toronto. He has a new solo record “Time Out For Tomorrow” set for release on November 8th. The album was heavily influenced by ghosts after spending some time recently travelling to various unknown ghost towns in Ontario. Leger and his band will be hittin’ the road going east for a fall tour that comes back around Toronto on November 28th for a show at Lee’s Palace. – Kris Gies

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Blacker Face "My Life Matters"

Blacker Face has released a third single, “My Life Matters”, from their forthcoming Sooper Records debut, Distinctive Juju.

The new single is accompanied by an impressive Harley Foos directed video which can be viewed below.

You can help Blacker Face celebrate the release of their new album on October 18th at The Hideout.

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Neal Markowski “Newer Electronic Music”

Neal Markowski has released a new EP called “Newer Electronic Music”. Markowski is half of the experimental duo Korean Jeans, and holds true that sense of experimentation and improvisation on this collection.

For these three recordings he plays the Moog Grandmother, Moog Opus 3, and Tascam 424.

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Warpark brings multi-faceted, '90s inspired alt rock to Rough Trade NYC 10.10

Loud and groovy is an understatement when it comes to describing the NYC based band, Warpark. Comprised of Simon Arcenio, Roger Walsh, and Nick Ciccantelli, the band brings a vibe to their alternative rock tracks that's reminiscent of '90s artists with very little in common like Cake, Pavement and Jeff Buckley, creating a complex and multifaceted sound. Their three singles, released in early 2019, showcase a band constantly searching for new sonic sounscapes. “While They Slept” is purely instrumental, featuring an energetic melody with blaring backing instruments, while “Take Your Place” highlights a slacker rock approach to vocals that complements the pure insanity of the melody. The longest track released is “Like A Void,” one of a calmer nature, is not without welcome twists and turns. Warpark will be playing Rough Trade NYC on 10.10 with Plague Vendor and No Parents.  - Karigan Wright

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War Gods of the Deep "Life Coach"

Metal band War Gods of the Deep recently released their debut full-length album, Action Space Battle, via Astro Dragon Records. The album’s first single is called “Life Coach” and is accompanied by a fun puppet-filled video below.

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