The Accidentals Show Review
Apr24

The Accidentals Show Review

The Accidentals  By Harriet Kaplan The indie folk-rock duo from Traverse City, Michigan, The Accidentals, including multi- instrumentalists Katie Larson and Savannah Buist, have been together three years. The duo has accomplished quite a bit in short amount of time making a name for themselves with their involvement in various projects and garnering respect for their musical virtuosity, versatility and well-crafted songs that defy...

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ANNIE BANY HAS A BLAST IN MIAMI SHOOTING HER ‘PARADISE’ VIDEO
Apr23

ANNIE BANY HAS A BLAST IN MIAMI SHOOTING HER ‘PARADISE’ VIDEO

                                                      EMERGING POP/ROCKER ANNIE BANY HAS A BLAST IN MIAMI                                                          SHOOTING HER ‘PARADISE’ VIDEO WITH AWARD-WINNING                                                                           SLOVAKIAN DIRECTOR ROLAND WRANIK  In a recent interview Annie Bany did with journalist Harriet Kaplan of Black on the Canvas, the fast emerging pop/rock...

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Ballet School: Driven by grace, delicacy and femininity
Apr22

Ballet School: Driven by grace, delicacy and femininity

Ballet School By Harriet Kaplan  Berlin-based Germany’s Ballet School are a guitar-driven band with pop leanings and take musical sonic cues from the 1980s. This multi-national group, fronted by singer/songwriter Rosie Blair, possesses a multi-octave range that is thrilling, dramatic and ethereal. Michel Jun, also a songwriter for trio, delivers radiant guitar work and Louis McGuire offers up inspired rhythms on  drums. In...

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Lord Huron – Strange Trails & Songs from the Unknown

Lord Huron  By Gia Vescovi-Chiordi Strange Trails  is like a class project that your overachieving yet endearing classmate finished on time, presenting it with verve as you watched from the back row, steeped in equal parts envy and elation. Assuming that class held the likes of Fleet Foxes, Father John Misty, Sea Wolf, Delta Spirit and maybe a handful of other reverb-soaked Americana based indie folk outfits. Right off the bat this is...

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INTERVIEW WITH FLUNK
Apr18

INTERVIEW WITH FLUNK

FLUNK By Serenat Kivilcim Flunk is a Norwegian electronic band made of producer Ulf Nygaard, guitarist Jo Bakke, drummer Erik Ruud, and vocalist Anja Oyen Vister. Flunk started in late 2000 as a project of Ulf and Jo, and in Spring 2002, their first single, a cover of New Order’s Blue Monday, was released. Since then, they have released numerous albums, EPs, and singles. Black on the Canvas recently caught up with Ulf Nygaard...

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