“Silence can be loud,” recalls Mother Mother frontman Ryan Guldemond, of time spent alone in a home studio he built in the woods of Quadra Island off the Eastern coast of Vancouver Island, where he and his sister and bandmate Molly were raised. 558 more words
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We gotta cut the strings sometime baby. We can’t rely on our mothers to coddle us forever, growing up just won’t happen otherwise.
This week’s album review salutes those movers of culture. 675 more words
Vancouver alternative-pop band Mother Mother’s newest album No Culture was the result of some deep soul searching.
As the band explained to me in a feature for SOCAN’s Words & Music, the combination of writer’s block and an identity crisis made making the album difficult. 11 more words
In a sea of infinite amount of music being upload everyday, I still end up feeling like I have nothing left to listen. Time and time again, I crave music that makes me feel alive and soothes my soul. 166 more words
Happy belated new music Friday!
I was busy with the daily grind yesterday – but one of the “The Discovery Sunday” playlist alums just released an album. 7 more words
Zombies On Broadway from Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness
A photo posted by Andrew McMahon (@amnthewilderness) on Feb 9, 2017 at 9:11pm PST
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“I was in the midst of a bout of writer’s block, which is better termed as good old-fashion fear, when my birthday rolled around,” Ryan Guldemond, songwriter/guitarist/lead vocalist for Mother Mother, began. 952 more words