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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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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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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Gary Clark Jr.’s ‘This Land’ is a Dynamic and Passion-filled Project

Gary Clark Jr.’s third full-length album, This Land, due out on February 22nd, lends a helping hand to the rock ‘n’ roll tradition, which is seemingly fading away in popular music. The modern-day blues legend offers his support with wailing guitars, affecting rhythms and lyrics that unashamedly strike hard. And, of course, we get a […]

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Peanut Butter Blondies

Lately, I’ve been all about peanut butter. Peanut butter on toast with banana topped with chia and hemp seeds has been my go-to breakfast. Homemade peanut butter cups has been my main indulgent treat after a long day. Recently, I overhead people at my workplace talking about peanut butter, there was one guy was describing […]

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The Specials release new album Encore

Combining ska, reggae and rock steady with punk spirit, The Specials is a band that I remember listening to in elementary school; this was when my sister and I wanted to be just like our older, much “cooler” brothers and begged them to make us a ska mix of our own – this indeed included […]

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What’s Hot and New for 2019

As the memory of New Year’s Eve drinks and countdowns fade, the responsibilities of everyday life return. With the resume of your commute and walk to school, you are surely itching to update your playlists with some new tunes from your favourite artists. In case you missed the cryptic Tweets and Instagram videos from your […]

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