Entries in ryan dahle (5)


New Music from Mounties! "Flags of Convenience"


The almighty Canadian super group The Mounties is back with more glorious sonic rock and roll that means something. Hawksley Workman, Steve Bays (of Hot Hot Heat) and Ryan Dahle (of Limblifter and Age of Electric) gave us that feeling that only magnificent art can with this one. "Flags of Convenience" is not a radio hit, but it's so damn good it'll likely make it there anyways. This tune is a bit more experimental than some of their last stuff, but we love it so, so much. Listen here: 



Flags of Convenience available now: http://smarturl.it/FlagsOfConvenience New album Heavy Meta out April 26th
Pre-order the new album here: http://smarturl.it/MountiesHeavyMeta

Limblifer 'Tinfoil' live for National Post Sessions!


We are huge Limblifter fans (and any other Ryan Dahle project for that matter), so we were delighted to see this awesome lo fi recording of them playing the classic tune 'Tinfoil' at the National Post offices. Enjoy!



Photo Of The Day: Limblifter live at Rum Runners, London, ON


Limblifter "Dopamine"

A favorite band of ours growing up, Vancouver's Limblifter made a bunch of great songs and then part ways, making music in great bands like Age of Electric and more recently The Mounties.  They sound amazing together still, and not only have a new album on the way, but have a bunch of Canadian tourdates as well!



03.19.15 - Vancouver, BC @ Biltmore
03.20.15 - Calgary, AB @ The Gateway
03.21.15 - Edmonton, AB @ Pawn Shop
03.26.15 - Hamilton, ON @ This Ain't Hollywood
03.27.15 - Toronto, ON @ Lee’s Palace
03.28.15 - London @ Rum Runners

Tonight in Toronto, The Mounties at Lee's Palace!

Lee's Palace Present


the gay nineties

Sat, November 1, 2014

Doors: 9:00 pm

Lee's Palace

Toronto, ON

Get Tickets Here!

 We just keep missing The Mounties when they come to Toronto for some reason.  NXNE, Riot Fest, we just can never seem to make it work.  Tonight however, The Mounties are back to headline Lee's Palace with Vancouver band Gay Nineties for what is sure to be one of the top Toronto events this weekend.