PR-ALEXISONFIRE announce SPECIAL 2nd EDITION VINYL BOXSET; PREORDER

(APRIL 15, 2014) – Dine Alone Records / New Damage and Alexisonfire have announced the release of a 2nd Edition AOF vinyl box set. The box set highlights AOF’s studio LP pressings and will be available to pre-order today at theonlybandever.com dinealonerecords.com and newdamagerecords.com.  Pre-orders will begin shipping August 2014.  See below for full details of the box set contents. The custom-designed box set released last December — which included audiophile re-pressings of AOF studio releases as well as coveted long out-of-print EPs — was limited to 1,000 copies.  It sold out in less than 40 minutes worldwide much to the … Continue reading PR-ALEXISONFIRE announce SPECIAL 2nd EDITION VINYL BOXSET; PREORDER

Changes to wireless in Canada

Release Canadians can cancel their wireless contracts after two years under new CRTC wireless code Wireless code to help Canadians make informed choices and contribute to a dynamic marketplace OTTAWA-GATINEAU, June 3, 2013 — Today, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) issued a wireless code that will make it easier for Canadians to understand their contracts and sets out their basic rights. The code will apply to new contracts for cellphones and other personal mobile devices starting on December 2, 2013. “Every day, Canadians rely on wireless devices while in their homes, at their jobs, at school or travelling … Continue reading Changes to wireless in Canada

Canadian Music Week sets new dates for 2014

Canada’s largest music festival and radio conference has set new dates for 2014. Announcing on twitter, the new dates have the fest moving to May. @CMW_FEST: NEW #CMW DATES ANNOUNCED: May 6 to 10, 2014! Get ready for a sunny CMW in 2014! http://t.co/hyGiHbSBTk #CMF @2013DMS Why the change? 1. Radio. The ratings period in March has always been a challenge for CMW. Programmers are becoming more reluctant to travel fearing their stations will explode with them not being there. 2. Social. What used to be a 3 day conference geared exclusively to radio has changed to 1.5 days with … Continue reading Canadian Music Week sets new dates for 2014

Going to the Santa Claus Parade in Toronto? Here’s what you need to know

The Santa Claus Parade returns to Toronto Sunday creating a bit of a traffic issue but its all good right? Here are your Need To Know’s The Route Extra transit will be running along the route but expect delays. Group deal for TTC Great spots to see the parade fill fast. Best bet is to get there early. The Go Train has added extra runs today and will give money back if your train is more than 15 minutes late. It’s warm today. This means it could be one of the biggest crowds in the history of the parade. Weather … Continue reading Going to the Santa Claus Parade in Toronto? Here’s what you need to know

Our music, our time

The music we listen to moves us, motivates, angers and calms us. Its in our fantasies, nightmares, and our elevators as we travel to a place we think we are supposed to be. When art is restricted we lose who we are. What happened to Pussy Riot this week happens everywhere everyday. We need to stand up for them, and everyone who sings a song they believe in, paints a picture they are seen in, or acts in a play where others will watch, and react to. The Arts create our sounds, and shape our surroundings. When we take that … Continue reading Our music, our time