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Said The Whale
Islands Disappear is Said the Whale's second full-length album. It was released on October 13, 2009. Music videos for some of the songs have been made and are available on YouTube. Like their first album many of the songs reference events or places in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Play for Keeps
Second Sight is the fourth studio album by St. John's, Newfoundland-based band Hey Rosetta!. It was released in Canada by Sonic Records on October 21, 2014. It was released in Germany and Australia on October 24, 2014, and in the United States on January 27, 2015.
The album debuted at number six on the Canadian Albums Chart, selling 4,600 copies. Second Sight won the 2015 Borealis Music Prize.
The Poet's Dead
On The Heart
Summer of Lust
Summer of Lust is the second full-length album by Regina, Saskatchewan indie pop collective Library Voices. The album was released on August 23, 2011 as the first for the band on Toronto-based independent label Nevado Records. The first single from the album, "Generation Handclap," peaked at number 23 on AMC's Canada Alternative Rock chart.
Thrash Rock Legacy
White Paint is the second studio album by Canadian indie-rock band Hollerado.
All Signs Point to Yes
Long Walk Home
Scenic Route to Alaska
Folly & The Hunter
It's All Shaken Wonder
The Provincial Archive
Today We're Believers
Today We're Believers is a 2013 release by Royal Canoe, their first full-length album since Co-Op Mode.
Nice, Nice, Very Nice
Nice, Nice, Very Nice is the second album by Canadian singer-songwriter Dan Mangan, released on August 11, 2009. The album was a shortlisted nominee for the 2010 Polaris Music Prize.
The album's title is a quotation from a poem contained in American author Kurt Vonnegut's 1963 novel Cat's Cradle.
Two tracks on the album were released as singles and had music videos produced: "Robots", directed by Mike Lewis, and "Sold", directed by Sean Devlin.
Two Hours Traffic
Little Jabs is the second full-length studio album by Canadian indie rock band Two Hours Traffic, released on Bumstead Records on July 24, 2007. The album was produced by Joel Plaskett, and recorded in Halifax and Toronto.
Guitarist Alec O'Hanley explained the Little Jabs reference: "The title is meant to be about that point in a relationship where you’re more and more curt with one another... And in song, it’s meant to be little blasts—jabs—in these three-minute pop songs."
The Great Detachment
The Great Detachment is the sixth album by Canadian indie rock band Wintersleep, released in 2016 on Dine Alone Records.
The album received its widest publicity for "Amerika", a single whose video painted a seemingly apocalyptic portrait of contemporary American life before cutting away to a clip from a campaign speech by Donald Trump, several months before the 2016 presidential election. The song was their biggest hit since "Weighty Ghost" in 2007, reaching #1 on Canada's Alternative and Rock charts.
The album was a shortlisted Juno Award finalist for Adult Alternative Album of the Year at the Juno Awards of 2017.
Hannah Georgas is the second studio album by Vancouver-based artist Hannah Georgas. Produced by Graham Walsh of the Canadian electronic band Holy Fuck, it was released by Dine Alone Records on October 2, 2012.
The album won "Pop Recording of the Year" at the Western Canadian Music Awards in 2013. It was nominated for Alternative Album of the Year at the 2013 Juno Awards, and was included on the 2013 Polaris Music Prize longlist.
The song "Millions" was featured in the closing of the Girls episode "Free Snacks" on February 9, 2014.
Fall Of Romance
Every Day and All at Once
Jasper Sloan Yip
Goodnight My Dear, I'm Falling Apart
Amos The Transparent
Birthmarks is the third studio album by Canadian rock band Born Ruffians, released on April 16, 2013, by Paper Bag Records in Canada and Yep Roc Records worldwide. The band released a limited edition deluxe version of the album on March 25, 2014 that included a second disc with outtakes, unreleased tracks and acoustic versions.
Blood Guts Bruises Cuts
The Tourist Company
Island of Echoes
The Wilderness of Manitoba
We Are The City
I Can Live Forever - EP
The Wet Secrets
The MBF Love LP
Michael Bernard Fitzgerald
We Swore We'd See The Sunrise
Leave Your Love
Tokyo Police Club
Elephant Shell is the first LP to be released by Tokyo Police Club. It was released in the United States, Canada and Australia on April 22, 2008 on Saddle Creek Records, and in the United Kingdom and Continental Europe on May 5, 2008. "In a Cave", "Juno", and "Tessellate" have been posted on the band's official MySpace.
The album was leaked on the internet on March 7, 2008. In response to the leak, Saddle Creek Records offered the album as a high-quality MP3 download for $9.00 on their website. The iTunes Store pre-released the album on March 25. Starting April 25, MTV Canada streamed the album free online.
The album release party was held at the Bowery Ballroom in New York, with guests Smoosh and The Meligrove Band.
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