Shakey Graves & The Sheepdogs

New Shakey Graves & The Sheepdogs band poster! If you missed out on getting a poster at the event no worries you can pick up one of these bad boys up at our shop for $35 each. This is a 5 colour print on 100lb white coverstock

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4 reasons to get Organized

Kid Icarus wants to help you get organized this 2019! Heres 4 ways a planner helps to keep you organized: 1. achieve goals – Setting up weekly goals helps you achieve important pressing tasks, as were monthly goals can help fulfill more daunting tasks, personal, and long term goals. 2. Increase memory – writing things […]

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Polaris Music Prize 2018

If you have been following our blog you are up to date on this years wonderful polaris music prize performers! There are 10 Canadian performers matched with 10 Canadian artists to create these beautiful band posters. This years winner is Jeremy Dutcher! You can purchase any one of these posters at our store or online, […]

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Polaris Prize – Weaves

Today’s Feature – Band: WEAVES, Artwork By: CHRIS PECORA A band from Toronto, Ontario, Weaves is a well known artist with a unique sound. A band that is always beating to the sound of there own drum. Pervious albums mixed different genres of music, featuring jazz and rock sounds. This time around their new album ‘Wide […]

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Polaris Prize – U.S. GIRLS

Todays Feature – Band: U.S. Girls, Artwork by: MARIEL RUTHERFORD U.S. Girls was formed by Canadian-American musician Meghan Remy in 2007. Before creating U.S.Girls Meghan Remy was in a  punk band. She started making music in the early 2000’s and has released 6 albums so far. her latest album ‘In a poem unlimited’ was released […]

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Polaris Prize – Snotty Nose Rez Kids

Todays feature – BAND: SNOTTY NOSE REZ KIDS, Artwork by: DYLAN DARWIN Snotty Nose Rez Kids are a hip hop duo out of Vancouver, BC. They confront slurs and stereotypes of Indigenous people and promote pride. The 2 members Darren Metz (Young D) and Quinton Nyce (Yung Trybezare) are from the Kitamaat Village, a Haisla First Nation […]

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Polaris Prize – Partner

Todays Feature – Band: PARTNER, Artwork by: BRANDON CELI Partner was originally formed in Sackville, New Brunswick. They were first recognized with their hit “The ‘Ellen’ Page” staring Ellen dancing, which went viral when Ellen herself posted it. They came out with a full album in 2017 titled ‘In Search of Lost Time’ Brandon Celi […]

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Polaris Prize – Hubert Lenoir

Todays feature – Band: HUBERT LENOIR, Artwork By: CECILE GARIEPY Hubert Lenoir just dropped his debut solo album in february called Darlene. A mix of raunchy guitar and saxophone, its making headway fast. Cécile Gariépy is an illustrator based in Montreal. She loves images that tell stories. Her work is playful and put emphasis on colour, […]

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Polaris Prize – Pierre Kwenders

Todays Feature – Band: PIERRE KWENDERS, Artwork by: KELLEN HATANAKA José Louis Modabi is a Congolese-Canadian musician preforming under the stage name Pierre Kwenders. His first album ‘Le Dernier Empereur’ was out in 2014 and was nominated at the Juno Awards. His single Sexus Plexus Nexus dropped June 20th and the new album ‘Makanda’ released September 2017. […]

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Polaris Prize – Jeremy Dutcher

Todays Feature – Band: JEREMY DUTCHER, Artwork by: ALENA SKARINA Jeremy Dutcher is a Toronto-based First Nations singer & pianist. He is recognized by his unique bilingual narrative music. In his album titled Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa he sings in his native tongue Wolastoq. A language only an estimated 600 people know. Alëna Skarina was born in Siberia, Russia in 1986. […]

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