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Monthly Archives: July 2011
Woohoo! It just keeps getting better…We’ve made CBC Radio 3′s R3-30 Weekly chart again! Pale Horse is top shelf where they keep the peanut butter. For the seventh straight week Pale Horse has risen on the CBC Radio 3 … Continue reading
A couple weeks ago we had the opportunity to hang out with the awesome staff at TORO Magazine in Toronto at their HQ. While we were there, we had the chance to sit down for an intimate interview and record … Continue reading
While Vancouver’s downtown core began its disintegration into riotous miscellany following the city’s Stanley Cup loss last weekend, alt-country upstart the Warped 45s was setting up to play a gig in the city’s downtown Railway Club. Though, like most in … Continue reading
UPTOWN – Off into the Matador Sunset: The Warped 45s survive the Stanley Cup riots, continue touring in support of their excellent second album
When I connect with Dave McEathron of acclaimed Toronto alt-rock act The Warped 45s, he seems a little shaken up. You see, the band had a gig at the Railway Club in Vancouver the night before — which just so happened … Continue reading
So “hear” it is. The result of months of hard work from some of our favorite bands across this nation (and even a special cameo from one of our favorite American outfits). Basically, the idea was simple: Pay tribute to … Continue reading
Woohoo! We’ve made CBC Radio 3′s R3-30 Weekly chart again! For 4th Straight week “Pale Horse” has moved up the charts and now sitting at #9!! We want to reach #1 and with your help we can make this happen. … Continue reading
The Warped 45s stopped by Corby’s Orbit to play a couple tunes earlier in the month. Check out this track from their latest release Matador Sunset! Warped 45s @ CKLN from Emma Corby on Vimeo. Directed by Emma Corby
The story goes that when the young Tragically Hip were trying to get a record deal in the early 80′s, one Canadian record company wanted them to become a country band. Since they fussily refused, we can only imagine now. … Continue reading