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Music Lives

  1. Guelph, Ontario
  2. Metal
  1. collection 10
  2. wishlist 1
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  1. Alcohol & Nicotine
    by Trouble & Daughter
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    The Warning Signs The Warning Signs
  2. e.p.
    by milk&honey
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    It Take's Time It Take's Time
    appears in 1 other collection
  3. Vitamins - EP
    by Air Marshal Landing
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Dagger Dagger
  4. The Baxters - EP 2012
    by The Baxters
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Veins & Vines Veins & Vines
  5. What's Your Name?
    by USA!USA!USA!
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Michelle Michelle
  6. Unsteady Hands
    by Sleepless (R.I.P.)
    favorite track 00:00/00:00
    If I Were To Say If I Were To Say
  7. Mandroid Echostar EP
    by Mandroid Echostar
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    Hexaton Hexaton
    This whole EP sounds is clean and uncluttered. Nothing seems mixed down too low or up too high. Every instrument is clearly heard and balanced, including the vocals. This gives the EP a fresh dynamic, or at least one you haven’t heard in a while. With dynamic musicianship, production and song writing that is refreshing this EP was worth the wait. For our full review, visit
  8. Sonic Union
    by Cursed Arrows
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    Publicity Publicity
    Cursed Arrows deliver stories of warning, love, corruption and loss. Each track features a new character, telling a different story, from a different place. Sonic Union is heavy in blues, noise, feedback, tone and emotion. There are hints of Rock & Roll, Punk, Alternative, Grunge and Pop. Sonic Union commits to being a great Rock record. Cursed Arrows have created their most diverse offering to date. For our full review, visit
  9. Meridian
    by Arkham Awaits
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    The Seer The Seer
  10. Cultures
    by Adverteyes
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    Stay Human Stay Human
    I haven’t had this type of experience from an album in seven years, let alone by a Guelph artist. If you like adventure and imagination in your music, Cultures by Adverteyes is for you. For our full review, visit