Diesel and Peas

New 2014 album Diesel and Peas! With her sultry and powerful voice, her sassy and commanding stage presence, and a repertoire that blends country, rock n' roll and blues, Ginger St. James packs a lot of entertainment into her petite frame. Following the tradition of country songbirds like Loretta Lynn and Wanda Jackson, Ginger writes and sings music from real experience; growing up on the family farm, being broke, having fun and love gone wrong. A born entertainer, St. James captivates audiences everywhere she roams. Her tongue-in-cheek songs are as entertaining lyrically as they are visually, and musically.

Ginger -
Out: November 25, 2014 - CD $19.99



"The Dirty Nil have released their debut EP. And believe me, they’ve gone from mere prodigies of alternative rock and pop-punk to actual disciples of dead set punk. There’s still some of the glorious anthem qualities that ‘Fucking Up Young’ and ‘Verona Lung’ initially showcased. But instead of leaning on the big hook/chorus combo, The Dirty Nil have gotten dirtier, filthier and more ragged. They’ve stripped back the fleshy pop tendencies. Or rather, they’ve skinned them alive, and feasted on the gory remains. Then they’ve gotten up on a stage and bombastically torn down all cynical expectations." Taken from: **LIMITED QUANTITIES AVAILABLE

Out: March 29, 2014 - LP $11.99


Lumen/ Halfway

First release from Hamilton's SENSEI: Ryan Ferguson (Electroluminescent, Sianspheric), Paul Brown (Kestrels), Josh St. Denis (Pucumber Sasssquash Family Band), and Beth de Jong //\\ 2 Songs + download code --- Shoegaze/ Alternative/ Noise/ Punk

Infinite Ceiling -
Out: March 28, 2014 - CD $cassette+download $3.99


Take Out A Twenty and Live Life to the Fullest

"Somewhere in between the extremes of these two identities, the slackers and the prodigies, lies the secret to Harlan Pepper’s sweet and pure rock groove. The band exudes confidence without preciousness, an attitude that shapes their sound more than any of their many influences. Harlan Pepper’s good times vibes bring to mind a variety of musical references that meld seamlessly with the band’s roots rock instincts. In Harlan Pepper you’ll also find the fresh-faced teen themes reminiscent of 1950s rock and roll and elements of 1960s surf rock. Harlan Pepper’s music falls somewhere in between The Yardbirds and Traveling Wilburys, with a Tarantino-esque taste for retro groove. With Take Out A $20 And Live Life To The Fullest, Harlan Pepper heads in the opposite direction of the hey-ho chorusing, hand-clapping pack. This album is not your average feel good fauxk, it’s a true blue rock and roll album that speaks to the contradictory essences of youth itself: innocence and lawlessness, ambition and loafing, odd jobs and big dreams." Taken from:

Out: March 25, 2014 - CD $12.99



The Hammer's sweetheart BA Johnston is at it again, but this time he's aiming for our coffee cups and cat sitters. God bless beer and bellies.

Out: February 4, 2014 - CD $9.99 - LP $14.99
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