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Live Review: Gypsy Chief Goliath @ The Coach (Sat. March 19)

James Steingart

Al ‘Yeti’ Bones and his skeleton crew in Gypsy Chief Goliath got the brews flowin’ and the eyes glowin’ down at the dingy dungeon we all have come to know and love as the Coach & Horses.  121 more words


FRI. MAR. 25: Fuck The Fact's Topon Das talks to TWZ about the meaning of returning to the Coach

It’s been ten years since the release of Ottawa’s Fuck The Facts debut album, Discoing The Dead, was self-released and to celebrate their 10 year anniversary, one of Canada’s premiere grindcore outfits is doing a special club tour of select Canadian cities that have been vital during Fuck The Facts’ musical evolution. 1,612 more words


Tues. March 22: KEN Mode assaults the Coach and Cellos debuts!

Adam Craig

Some of you might remember the Amphetamine Reptile days, or the golden age of Touch and Go Records. Bands like the Jesus Lizard, the Melvins… 489 more words


Wed. March 16: Bulletproof Tiger return home for a show at The Coach with Lymbyc System in tow

Windsor’s music scene have always had a love affair with instrumental bands, be it the dynamic live shows of Bloemfontein to the organic beauty of… 273 more words


Behind the Song: Steak in the Raw

After years of slugging away in the Windsor bars, playing folk roots music while the grunge scene raged locally, i received my first ever press. 498 more words


Fri. Feb. 18: Pitch Union vs. Planet World at the Coach

The Coach & Horses (156 Chatham St. West, below Pogo’s) has groomed most of Windsor’s best metal bands of the past two decades (if not longer), simply because they’ve groomed the crowd. 305 more words


Sat. Feb. 12: London Calling! Disleksick & co. invade the Coach

One thing that’s always made me curious is why Windsor and London’s music scenes haven’t cross pollinated more. I know if you were to go by the OHL you’d think there was a terrible dislike with the two nearby cities, but I can’t see that carrying into something like a music scene. 395 more words