I heard this song in the morning and it was more effective than caffeine in the hard task of getting me energised for an early start. Enjoy the new video for ‘What’s your Name?’ by Halifax band COUSINS!
On the weekend of June 8th and 9th, I’ll be riding in the 2013 Enbridge Ride To Conquer Cancer (benefiting The Campbell Family Institute at the Princess Margaret Hospital). I’ll be doing the Toronto Turnaround, a 200km ride over two days from Toronto to Hamilton and back. My team is Cycling For Cheese, who have grown to a pack of 30 of us and have raised over 125k in previous years to support the cause. We are committed to making a difference in the fight against cancer and helping our loved ones and friends lead a better life. And this year, we’re hoping to break 100k in our fundraising efforts.
I’m totally in fundraising mode at the moment, planning a super secret video to air on all my social media channels next week, but a great way to support us (Toronto folk) is to check out this event my team is putting on in Toronto next Friday.
Concert for The Ride 3.0
The Great Hall
May 10th, 2013 @ 8pm
with bands: The Salamonies (8pm) Sweet Pete and the River Cats (10 pm)
DJ Derek Rambeau to close out the night
How much? $75 each (OPEN BAR for beer and wine) and get a tax receipt if pre-purchased.
“Aurora”, by London band A Grave With No Name. This is the debut single from Whirlpool, their upcoming album recorded in Hackney, which counts with the collaboration of Alanna McArdle (Ides), Akiko Matsuura (Comanechi) and Linda Jarvis (Echo Lake). Whirlpool is definitely something to keep an eye out for. The band already has a couple of shows lined up for July across the UK, so if you’re around you’ll have a chance to listen to their ‘distinctive vein of haunted, freaked art rock, tracing delicate fissures in the emotional radiography of loss and longing to spellbinding effect’ – band’s words, not mine.