Originally created as a recording project in 1997, during the course of the past decade "Alan Gillies & the Blue Devils" has developed into a quartet of serious multi-instrumentalists prepared to launch a full-frontal musical assault in the summer of this year.
Charlotte County's own: The Ideal Gas Law (TIGL) A band comprised of 4 guitar players, they combine several aspects of music into a refreshing new mix of Alternative Rock, with the potential to turn their set on a dime and deliver an electronic bouquet of spatial darkness. As day turns to night, as does the sound of this young refurbished group of imbeciles.
After holing up together in a converted Toronto townhouse for the best part of a year, Trophy emerged, blinking at the light, clutching an album of finely crafted, melodic rock songs. Born out of the Toronto music scene, Trophy's self-titled debut album is both a study in contrast and a celebration of subtlety.
Combine the Victorious formed in Vancouver in 2007, growing from a spirited collaboration between husband and wife: record producer/engineer Mark R Henning, formerly of Pure and Blisterene, and fashion designer Isabelle Dunlop.
Based in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Dr. dFunkt is one of the few Canadian acts producing original funk music. In just two years, Dr. dFunkt has released two albums, Nuerotik (Nov 2004) and Running Hot (Sept 2006). The title track from Running Hot was nominated for Urban Single of the Year at the 2007 East Coast Music Awards.