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Experimentation, Collaboration, and Dance

This fall, Canadian musician Dan Snaith, also known as Caribou, is embarking on a three-month world tour across North America, South America, and Europe in support of his sixth studio album, Swim. The tour, comprised of 10 European festival dates and over 80 cities worldwide, will showcase Caribou's explosive live presence, as well as his talents as a solo artist.


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Snoop Dogg – The West Coast Blueprint

In celebration of Priority Records' 25th anniversary, hip-hop legend Snoop Dogg runs through his catalogue of West Coast favourites in The West Coast Blueprint. With a few well-placed interludes, Snoop guides the album along like a radio DJ, providing insight and commentary on California hip-hop's golden age. Blueprint has tracks that any casual hip-hop fan will recognize and also includes some forgotten gems. Tracks like "Pay Ya Dues" by Low Profile and "Playaz Club" by Rappin' 4-Tay have bass and G-Funk vibes, but they failed to earn the universal respect that "Eazy-Duz-It" and "Alwayz Into Somethin" achieved.


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CD REVIEW: Iron Maiden – Final Frontier

At first glance, the new Iron Maiden album reads like an epitaph. But the British heavy metal giants are very much alive, kicking, and rocking out. When their latest album, Final Frontier, was announced many began to worry that this would be the last we'd hear of Iron Maiden.
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CD REVIEW: Boxer the Horse – Would You Please

Comprised of lead singer and guitarist Jeremy Gaudet, drummer Andrew Woods, Isaac Neily on keyboard and Richard MacLeod on bass, Boxer the Horse is a home-grown Canadian band with lots of kick. The boys hail from Charlottetown, where the music is crude and the coastal vibe is real.
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CD REVIEW: Snoop Dogg – The West Coast Blueprint

In celebration of Priority Records' 25th anniversary, hip-hop legend Snoop Dogg runs through his catalogue of West Coast favourites in The West Coast Blueprint. With a few well-placed interludes, Snoop guides the album along like a radio DJ, providing insight and commentary on California hip-hop's golden age.
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CD REVIEW: Chemical Brothers- Further

Released earlier this year, the Chemical Brothers' seventh effort, Further, can start to sound like a concert album after a few plays. Unlike many of the Brothers' earlier releases, the album captures the raw intensity and structureless flow of a live set, filled with unexpected drops, blips, and volume shifts.
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CD REVIEW: Sweet Thing- Sweet Thing

With their self-titled debut, it's easy to see that Toronto's Sweet Thing have Top 40 ambitions. Whether or not they'll get there remains to be seen. The album certainly contains elements that suggest they will: the punchy guitars of "Gun," the shimmering synths of "Lazy Susan," and the soaring vocals of "A Change of Seasons" are all perfectly pop rock enough to satisfy any fan of the genre, but they still have a long way to go.
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