In case you haven’t heard, Canadian Music Week is just around the corner, with over 1,000 musicians performing at 60 venues music from March 19 – 24 in Toronto.
The representation across the country (and from outside Canada) is phenomenal and Calgary is no exception. We’re super proud that we’ve had the privilege of working with many of these bands, including 5 of our past Indie403 Featured Artists:
We’ve also had the pleasure to listen and review albums from many CMW bands:
Cousins (A Palm At The End Of The Mind), Diemonds (The Bad Pack), Fur Eel (Perhaps Another Time & Elephant Summer), Jennah Barry (Young Men), Kaptur (Thousands), Of Gentlemen & Cowards (Warminster), King Dylan (Dinosaurs On Broadway), Rain Over St. Ambrose (Overton Window), Rend (No Lines), Septembryo (The Dreambuilder), Short of Able (The Last One’s Gone), The North Lakes (Grand Prix) & Wind Up Radio Sessions (Bird Eyes).
And of course whenever they played in Calgary, we’ve given the following CMW bands a shout-out: Bend Sinister, Diemonds, Double Fuzz, Fur Eel, Go for the Eyes, Hunger Hush, Jenny, JJ Shiplett, Jung People, King Dylan, Kingdom of Few, Miesha And The Spanks, Peer Support, Rend, Rockets and Dinosaurs, Septembryo & The Suppliers.
Congrats to all and have an awesome Festival!