Album Review :: Northern Royals :: Fit For A King

by Ryan Sorensen

It’s been a long road for Northern Royals to get here, but I think their fans are going to agree it was worth the wait.? The band has been part of the lol bar rock scene for some time now, originally performing as The Autopilots since 2013.? In 2015 due to a bizarre name copyright claim, they had to rename the band. It was around then that frontman Evan Chandler decided to rebrand the band itself and really start to focus-in on what makes them unique.?

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Interview :: Marlaena Moore

by Isabella Soares

Music has been a tool used time and time again to cope with the stumbles in life and turn the most undermining situations into works of art. To Edmonton born musician, Marlaena Moore, the desire to shelter herself in music comes instinctively and naturally as she expresses the inner workings of love, her urge for mental stability, and personal growth. Stylus had the chance to speak with her about her latest album Pay Attention, Be Amazed, as well as her life on the road and future projects.?

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Album Review :: Tops :: I Feel Alive

by Ryan Haughey

Hailing from Montreal, Tops is sharper than ever on their fourth full-length album titled I Feel Alive. The record really does come to life — even in its most mellow moments the album is vibrant with colourfully chorused guitars and bewitching vols. The energy in the band’s performance on each track feels so animated and so close that it’s as if they’re performing right on the other side of my speakers.

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