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Photos: Prince Rama, Nyssa @ The Garrison

Photos by: Maddie Zekkou – 

Brooklyn-based dance-pop band Prince Rama, which was founded by sisters Taraka and Nimai Larson, and who released their newest album, … 284 more words

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Show Review: Nap Eyes At The Garrison

By Grace Guimond

I got to The Garrison for the Nap Eyes show around 9pmish, early enough to catch the last couple songs by the opener, self-described retro-futurists Century Palm. 522 more words

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Photos: Nap Eyes, Cian Nugent, Century Palm @ The Garrison

Photos by: Cecilia Chan – 

Halifax-based indie folk band Nap Eyes, who released their newest album, Thought Rock Fish Scale, on February 5th, 2016, which was recorded live to tape, with no overdubs, on the North Shore of Nova Scotia, and which followed up their 2014 album… 392 more words

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How to be a restaurant critic...

I’m sure many of you are aware that I live quite an itinerant life,  constantly moving between home in Wales, London and various outposts where the national Sunday supplement suggests I might consider the local fayre. 770 more words

You Need to Hear: Nap Eyes

They’re a nostalgic throwback to the beginnings of rock. They’re a band to get you through lazy summer days when you can’t be bothered to do quite that much. 103 more words

The Garrison

Weirdly Devastating Weight: The Music of Nap Eyes

By: Patrick Grant

Sometimes a pure songwriter that’s a little closer to home than most people whose work you really admire creeps in and makes an impression. 502 more words

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New Releases: Nap Eyes - "Mixer" + "Roll It"

By Stuart Oakes

Check out these tracks from Nap Eye‘s album Thought Rock Fish Scale, out now on Paradise Of Bachelors. The band is playing The Garrison on Thursday, April 7th. 10 more words

Toronto