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Posted June 28, 2013 by

This is a BIG THANK YOU to everyone that has already contributed or helped spread the word about our campaign to go to print. The last couple of weeks we have seen a lot of great live music in Guelph and we’ve been to almost every show. Attendance has been great! Summer usually means show […]

Posted June 5, 2013 by

I have one fond memory of Let It Bleed. I got it at Music In Orbit (I looked for a picture of the store front on the internet, but couldn’t find one) on vinyl for $8, because I was the only one to bid on it, during one of their weekly silent auctions. I also got the […]

Posted May 24, 2013 by

I got grounded a lot as a teenager. My parents thought it was the only form of discipline that worked. You know, to teach me a lesson. I’m not so sure it was, but in hind sight, I’m starting to believe that’s where my love of music started. I’d lock myself in my bedroom with […]

Posted May 23, 2013 by

The long weekend kicked off with a bang, with GAIN Music and KronikNoise hosting American Hell, Anu Beginning, Unbowed, and Jetpacks to Jupiter at Red Papaya on Friday, May 17. Red Papaya is a large Thai restaurant – and bless their hearts, they also host metal shows! It was my first time there, and I […]

Posted May 20, 2013 by

Our inaugural topic for #GuelphMusicClub! During a chat on Twitter last week, a pile of music fans, bloggers, Guelphites thought it would be fun to read/write their own opinions on a weekly set topic. For the rules and break down, read this. So The Bookshelf News mentioned a Top 5 list based on decade, with the first decade being 1963 to […]

Posted May 16, 2013 by

Oh Twitter. Make one comment and next thing you know, #GuelphMusicClub is born. It started with The Bookshelf & Mike Gamble.   With the last reply I tried to open it up, just a little. And then the ball really started rolling… There are a pile more screenshots, but you get the idea. So if a dozen of us, […]

Posted May 15, 2013 by

Mokomokai is a band that I would have loved when I was thirteen. I would have had posters on my wall, T-Shirts, all of their cassettes. I would have followed them into my twenties, with the extra income I would have as an adult, I would have seen them live on all their Greatest Hits […]

Posted May 14, 2013 by

Hoodie Good is a name I recognize from posting shows in Guelph for almost two years but, up until Saturday, hadn’t had the opportunity to see live. Based on what I’d read, I expected a solo singer/song writer. I walked into The Cornerstone for week two of Hoodie Good’s May residency (brought to you by Fortnight Music) […]