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Jacob Morgan


Be a champ

By Jacob Morgan, Staff Writer

The members of Tokyo Police Club have grown up tremendously since their first EP release in 2006 and their music is following suit.

They go their own way

By Jacob Morgan, Staff Writer

Local trio Cherry Chapstick make a triumphant return from Montréal

A tale of two drummers

By Jacob Morgan, Staff Writer

Kylesa, who will be playing at Time to Laugh on Sunday, is one such band that has enjoyed the resurgence in popularity of metal among more typically indie publications. For example, websites like Pitchfork and Stereogum both ranked Kylesa’s newest ...

A harmonic hibernation

By Jacob Morgan, Staff Writer

Halifax-based quintet Wintersleep continue to carve a unique space for themselves in the Canadian music scene.

Face the love

By Jacob Morgan, Staff Writer

Far from unfamiliar with the Limestone City, PS I Love You is returning with a debut record.

‘This is supposed to be the antithesis to the norm’

By Jacob Morgan, Staff Writer

Bassist Chris Barker of Anti-Flag talks to the Journal about jamming in Pittsburgh attics, signing indie vs. major label and whether punk rock can ever truly die.

A chromatic choral carriage

By Jacob Morgan, Contributor

The Forest City Lovers are a band from Toronto who craft orchestrated, string-laden nuggets of indie pop. The group developed out of the solo act of singer-songwriter Kat Burns, a recent OCAD graduate. Today, the band is comprised of Burns ...

Dukes off the cuff

By Jacob Morgan, Contributor

In many ways ‘alternative country’ is a misnomer. Wayne Petti from Cuff the Duke understands this, especially in relation to what is offered by the mainstream. So much new country is just “80s music with a country hat and a ...