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WHITEHORSE – PANTHER IN THE DOLLHOUSE

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All I wanted was to make the top five with no chance of wakin' up with y'all Whitehorse, a go‐for‐broke duo with a wild imagination and lethal riffs, serves up an anthem for those who get fooled – but only for a time – by the smooth talkers, the social climbers, the neon lighters, the brake squealers, the black and red detailers, the Diesel wearers, the face suckers, and all those boys who live with their mothers. Forever. And Ever. And Ever. And Ever. "Boys Like You" goes back to the 90s with its tinny beats, flashy tremolo guitar licks and rollercoaster dreamscape chorus. The song taps into a rich lineage of scathing alt rock send‐offs, this one a tale of pathetic entitlement, hostile insecurities and vercompensation. This one’s not for the drunk sad bastards, but for those who have to deal with them. Sounds Like: Beck, The Charlatans, Cake Glam and sleaze, desert grit and subway rats, ...

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BROKEN SOCIAL SCENE – HUG OF THUNDER

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Broken Social Scene is an alternative rock act founded by Kevin Drew and Brendan Canning and includes members of Metric, Do Make Say Think, Stars, as well as Grammy‐nominated Feist. They are one of the most enduring and influential indie groups to come out of the early‐aughts, their debut ‘You Forgot It In People; largely defined the “indie rock” era and paved the way for Canadian acts like Arcade Fire and Wolf Parade to break out. Their new single, “Halfway Home”, is their first in 7 years and was unveiled on Late Show With Stephen Colbert. Rolling Stone called it "triumphant" while Pitchfork noted it’s “a neat five‐minute distillation of everything Broken Social Scene do well". Produced by Grammy Award‐winner Shawn Everett (Alabama Shakes, Lucius), the new album is scheduled for release on July 7, 2017.

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HAIM – SOMETHING TO TELL YOU

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HAIM – SOMETHING TO TELL...

HAIM’s highly anticipated sophomore album Something To Tell You will be released July 7, 2017 on Columbia Records. When the time came to record the eleven tracks that make up Something To Tell You, HAIM decided to “go in and record as a band, keeping it a little more organic. That was kind of a mission statement for the album” said Danielle Haim.

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JAY-Z – 4:44

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JAY-Z – 4:44

4:44 is the fourteenth studio album and thirteenth solo album by American rapper Jay-Z. It was released on June 30, 2017 through Roc Nation.  The album is solely produced by No I.D. with additional production from Jay-Z. The album features guest appearances from Frank Ocean, Damian Marley, Beyoncé and Jay-Z's mother, Gloria Carter.  The physical release has been will include the track "Adnis" and two other bonus tracks.

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CATHERINE MACLELLAN – IF IT’S ALRIGHT WITH YOU

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Hailing from the east coast, Catherine MacLellan is one of Canada’s finest singer-songwriters: and she has the awards to confirm it : 2015 Juno, 25 East Coast Music Awards and 2 Canadian Folk Music Awards. The creative lineage runs deep in the MacLellan family and now Catherine celebrates her father's musical legacy by revisiting and recording thirteen of his compositions with the release If It’s Alright With You: The Songs of Gene MacLellan. Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame inductee, Gene MacLellan penned several hit songs throughout his career including: Snowbird, Put Your Hand In the Hand and The Call. His songs were covered by artists such as: Elvis Presley, Joan Baez and Bing Crosby.

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JOE BONAMASSA – LIVE AT CARNEGIE HALL

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Grammy® nominated and platinum‐selling Blues‐rock titan Joe Bonamassa releases his performance from Carnegie Hall in NYC from 2016. This all‐acoustic tour featured world‐class musicians including; Tina Guo (cellist/erhuist), Hossam Ramzy (percussionist/ composer), Reese Wynans (piano), Anton Fig (Drums) Eric Bazilian (mandolin) and backing vocalists, Mahalia Barnes, Juanita Tippins, and Gary Pinto.'P.

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ZZ WARD – THE STORM

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ZZ WARD – THE STORM

ZZ Ward didn’t have to look far for inspiration on her second full‐length album, 2017’s The Storm. Equally evocative of blues grit and hip‐hop bounce, the Los Angeles‐based vocal powerhouse and multi‐instrumentalist leapt forward by taking a deeper look at some of her earliest inspirations—including Howlin’ Wolf, Robert Johnson, and Vera Ward Hall and Big Mama Thornton. “For me, this album wasn’t really about experimenting,” she admits. “It was more about simplicity, honing in on what I love about music and what makes me who I am as an artist. Growing up, I listened to a lot of hip‐hop and blues, and I love those two genres so much. Sometimes, to evolve you don’t need to go outside of yourself; you can reach further inside of yourself instead.” It’s a realization earned over a whirlwind five years. The Fedora‐rocking, guitar‐shredding, harmonica‐wielding blues siren peppered an old backporch musical recipe with hip‐hop urgency and hashtaggable wisdom on her 2012 ...

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THE WHITE NOISE – AM/PM

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THE WHITE NOISE – AM/PM

On their 2017 full‐length debut album AM/PM the group boldly bob and weave past convention and emerge with an infectious and inimitable body of work representative of their penchant for unpredictability. Throughout 2016, the band recorded what would become AM/PM with producer Drew Fulk [Motionless In White, We Came As Romans] in Los Angeles. The songs encourage listeners to be introspective, self‐aware and think outside the box. “We don’t want to stick to any one specific sound,” affirms KJ.

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CANADA 150 – A CELEBRATION OF MUSIC

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ONE DISC VERSION As part of the Canada 150 celebration, this Single CD highlights 11 ICONIC Canadian songs that have become classic radio staples across multiple formats Tracks: Bryan Adams ‐ Summer of ’69 / Tom Cochrane ‐ Life Is A Highway / Shania Twain ‐ Man! I Fell Like A Woman / Nelly Furtado ‐ I’m Like A Bird / The Band ‐ The Weight / Bachman‐Turner Overdrive ou Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet / Rush ‐ Tom Sawyer / Nickelback ‐ Photograph / Robbie Robertson ‐ Somewhere Down The Crazy River / Nick Gilder ‐ Hot Child In The City / Glass Tiger ‐ Don’t Forget Me (When I’m Gone) TWO DISC VERSION This special Canada 150 2 disc edition celebrates some of the finest current and next generation artists. Disc 1 highlight’s music from this Now generation’s current stars that are topping the charts both here and abroad, while Disc 2, adds the spotlight to ...

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STOMPIN TOM CONNORS – STOMPIN TOM CONNORS

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Known for The Hockey Song, Sudbury Saturday Night and numerous other Canadian classics, Stompin’ Tom Connors is one of Canada’s most iconic musicians. On July 1st, 1967 Tom Connors was performing at the King George Tavern in Peterborough, Ontario where he was introduced for the first time as "Stompin’ Tom”. 50 years later ole is honouring and celebrating Canada’s most prolific and patriotic artist with this Golden Jubilee collector’s CD. This collector’s CD includes all of Stompin’ Tom’s timeless classics, and will also feature 5 new renditions from Tom’s songbook, recorded by other legendary Canadian artists such as: Jim Cuddy, Corb Lund, George Canyon, Rheostatics and Whiskey Jack.    

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