Neither Could Dylan’s debut album “Acceptance” Now Available For Pre-Order

The debut album by Canadian indie rock band Neither Could Dylan is now available for digital pre-order exclusively on Bandcamp. The album is offered either as a 10-song digital release or as a 13-song Compact-Disc which includes three bonus cover songs: Angels and Airwaves “Everything’s Magic” and Death Cab For Cutie’s “Here To Forever”, and The Gaslight Anthem’s “Break Your Heart”, or as NCD affectionately … Continue reading Neither Could Dylan’s debut album “Acceptance” Now Available For Pre-Order

Death Bus For Blondie Variety Hour -S2 E1: I Don’t Know How I Survive

This blog is part 8 in an ongoing series and is the official transcript for the Death Bus For Blondie Variety Hour podcast on Spotify. Listen to the episode now featuring “I Don’t Know How I Survive” or go ahead and read on for the transcript below. If you’re behind, jump back to a previous transcript here: Introducing the Death Bus For Blondie Variety Hour! … Continue reading Death Bus For Blondie Variety Hour -S2 E1: I Don’t Know How I Survive

SIR-VERE Alleviates the Tension With Peer Pressure

Over a driven electronic house drum and bass beat, SIR-VERE effortlessly persuades us to draw back from the pressures we face in our daily lives by drawing attention to the elephant in the room that we all try so desperately to avoid – we all just want to be accepted. As we’re lured in by the rhythmic pulse by the repeating bass line on “Peer … Continue reading SIR-VERE Alleviates the Tension With Peer Pressure

Spotlight On: Sweezy and the Discopunk

The Treehouse Spotlight series returns with our featured interview with Sweezy of Toronto based two-piece alt-rock outfit Sweezy and the Discopunk. We were pleased to have the opportunity to listen to the band’s 4-track EP recently and pen some questions over. We chat a bit about Sweezy’s vocal influences, their dream producer Rick Rubin and we even dive a little into their favourite Pokemon because … Continue reading Spotlight On: Sweezy and the Discopunk

“The Clearing” Gets Clearance As CF Gets Closure

It happened not once but twice – or was it three times? “The Clearing”, initially released under the Crooked Forest moniker was officially digitally released on March 13th 2022 after being featured on the “Tape Deck” digital demo tape, but it wasn’t long after before it was pulled in solidarity with Neil Young’s campaign against the service due to their unwavering willingness to support disinformation … Continue reading “The Clearing” Gets Clearance As CF Gets Closure

Big Condo Records offers the comforts of home with a view to the U.K’s best indie

Construction finished on the panoramic penthouse suite in 2015, at the time catering to the local Liverpool hip-hip, soul and R&B artists that were seducing the patrons of the area’s lounge bars and live music venues, but it wasn’t long before Big Condo Records set its sights beyond the River Mersey and into the U.K’s bustling pop, folk and indie scenes. The next few years … Continue reading Big Condo Records offers the comforts of home with a view to the U.K’s best indie

New Music Release: Hot Apollo – “Baby Lord”

It could be said that we use the phrase new music release pretty liberally around here. This one’s brand new to us but it arrived on the ether on June 22nd 2022. Dubbed the shiniest rock and roll band in the galaxy, today we’re pleased to feature the latest music video by Canadian celestial darlings Hot Apollo for their pop-infused track “Baby Lord”. Vocally, lead … Continue reading New Music Release: Hot Apollo – “Baby Lord”

CHOZE exemplifies self-empowerment with “D.I.Y”

From the depths of the London underground comes CHOZE, an unbridled rapper who’s prepared to set the hip hop world on fire. With the voracious tenacity only present in hungry overachieving indie artists, his 11-track debut album “D.I.Y” arrived July 2021 and if it set out to prove that CHOZE isn’t one to sleep on, then consider our beds made. “D.I.Y” kicks off with “BADDERZ” … Continue reading CHOZE exemplifies self-empowerment with “D.I.Y”

Jaimee Eat World Release: In The Same Room

We’re taking some risks this year with our upcoming cover song releases starting with an ominous and somewhat creepy “In The Same Room” that had us experimenting with synth pads, weird string instruments and peculiar vocal effects. I’m really not a keys player (I literally have to google chord shapes every time I’m about to try something on these recordings) but I have to say … Continue reading Jaimee Eat World Release: In The Same Room

Jack Adamant finds all the right words in “Obscure Places and Cupboards”.

Flying under the punk rock radar comes Jack Adamant, a solo artist out of Stockholm, Sweden who takes alternative grunge, melodic noise rock and pop-punk and approaches them in a lo-fi DIY manner to create an alluring and memorable sound that tips a hat to artists like The Lemonheads or Hüsker Dü. “Obscure Places and Cupboards” seems to take us directly into the home of … Continue reading Jack Adamant finds all the right words in “Obscure Places and Cupboards”.