The Felice Brothers’ Undress is their Best Album in Years

The Felice Brothers craft an impeccable piece of art with the release of Undress, their first album in three years! Through mighty storytelling and poetic imagery; a nod to the wit of Mark Twain, the spirited folk-rock band from New York reflect upon the ills of modern American society. Cut live to tape with minimal […]

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Jammer’s Waffle House | The Vinyl Dish Interview

The Vinyl Dish recently caught up with the friendly & passionate Canadian indie rockers of Jammer’s Waffle House (a few breakfast puns may or may not have been involved in the making of this name!), a four–piece band from Mississauga, ON (Matt Hinojosa – Lead Vocals/Guitar, Colin Haugen – Drums, Keegan Porter – Guitar, Carmen […]

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Easter Creme Egg Cake

The weather is warming up and although there has been mud, fog and rain, there’s also been pockets of sunshine, birds chirping and wild rabbits hopping from lawn to lawn in my neighbourhood. Trees are beginning to bud, the urge to declutter is growing, Spring is here and one of the best holidays is around […]

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Boppin’ with Billie

After years of dropping singles, Billie Eilish has finally released her much anticipated full-length project, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?. Loaded with synth-pop, acoustic guitar and piano intro’s, Eilish sets up her throne at the top of the charts, of which she is sure to dominate for a little while. In […]

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Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies [Vegan, Paleo]

My sugar addiction is not your standard sugar “addiction”. It’s intense. I mean, it’s eating an entire chocolate bar at my desk when the 3 PM craving hits intense, or baking an entire batch of cookies because I literally just wanted one intense (and then eating 5 of them). It has gotten to the point […]

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Dirty Chai Scones

I remember thinking I was so innovative one day while working as a barista a few years ago when I added espresso to a chai latte. I was all “Oh my gosh! You have to try this!”…meanwhile, my coworker looked at me and said “…yeah, you just made a Dirty Chai.” Apparently, it had been […]

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Our “Love-Hate Relationship” with the Music Biopic

There is no doubt that with every music biopic sensation, like Walk the Line or Ray, there’s also the inevitable duds — I’m looking at you, Great Balls of Fire and Jersey Boys! Talk to any filmmakers, and the very thought of the word “biopic,” will instantly make them shudder: Re-creating a musical icon admired by […]

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