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Sammy Kay Full Album Stream, Touring with Gaslight Anthem, Northcote

Sammy KayAsbury, NJ singer songwriter Sammy Kay is streaming his new album, Fourth Street Singers in its entirety ahead of the official release on March 10th via Panic State Records. The album was recorded with Pete Steinkopft of the Bouncing Souls and features appearances from a number of  musicians across the local punk rock community (Leftover Crack, Plow United, The Slackers and members of Rancid’s touring band). The album can be streamed here.

Sammy Kay is also hitting the road with Gaslight Anthem and Northcote, check out the full list of dates, and the cover art and track list of Fourth Street Singers, below.

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Northcote – The Lowville Sessions: Drive Me Home

NorthcoteCanadian singer-songwriter Northcote has revealed the first installment in the Lowville Sessions live set with his performance of Drive Me Home from his Self-Titled album.

The performance can be seen below while the rest of the set is soon to follow. He’s releasing the series in anticipation of his upcoming UK and European tour opener for Chuck Ragan on his Overseas Till Midnight tour. Joining them for a few dates will also be Dave Hause.

The dates are below.

 

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Live Concert Review

Dave Hause and Northcote

Live In Vancouver (Feb. 23rd, 2014)

The Media Club - Vancouver, BC
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Music is a connector of people.

The Dave Hause and Northcote stop in Vancouver on their co-headlining tour proved just that – albeit in a roundabout and convoluted fashion.

Walking up to the Media Club, we were a mishmash of miscreants. Friends from Edmonton, Mission, Victoria and – yes – even a few from Vancouver were all in line and waiting to go. Getting there overly early in order to secure a few missing tickets, we were quickly informed that the entire show is running behind due to the snow storm that hit BC the night before.

With the knowledge of the delay at our disposal, our merry crew of music fans opted to brave the tumultuous weather – or as our Edmontonian friend put it, the nicest winter day ever – and drink some back alley beers. Armed with a few six packs, we caught up and joked around in the crannies of the library and wandered back to the venue an hour later, all a little worse for the wear.

Despite the weather delay, the one hour goof off session made it so we missed the always talented Ben Sir of Edmonton’s Worst Day Down and the first handful of Dave Hause songs. Disappointing for sure, but as we heard the chorus of Father’s Son, it didn’t matter what we had missed – we were there in the moment.

Hause was in a much happier mood than when he was last in Vancouver and still on top of his game focusing heavily on Devour songs that had many people enthusiastically singing along. Playing alongside his brother, it was C’mon Kid, from Resolutions – along with the title track from that album – that really brought up the energy in the final few songs of his set. So much so that Hause felt compelled to join in, bringing his microphone stand into the middle of the crowd for the final verse of Shine On; by which time our Penticton friend had joined us and it was a family reunion sing-along.

Northcote continued the musical celebration in his almost-hometown. Up there completely by himself, Northcote was much calmer than his counter part but let his soothing voice float above the crowd. A humble excitement flowed from him, as his banter came across sincere and genuine. While he failed to play Worry during his co-headlining spot, his set remained a stellar performance of acoustic songs that wrapped up just after midnight.

People quickly filed out – it was Sunday night after all – but for my group of Western Canadian travellers, the night was only partly done. We returned to our apartments, playing music and swapping stories. It was a joyous night of music, friends and laughter – all held together by the wonderful acoustic strumming of Dave Hause and Northcote; a beacon of music that united us again.

Northcote To Release Self-Titled Debut

Northcote - Black Box RecordingNorthcote (Canadian Matt Goud) will be releasing their self titled debut in the US on January 21, 2014. The Canadian artist has already released the album in his home country (on Black Box Recordings) and in the UK (on Frank Turner’s Xtra Mile Recordings) and has been generating positive buzz through steady touring. 

Northcote, the album, will be released on Black Numbers. The folk artist is currently touring with Dave Hause and will begin the US leg in the new year. 

Tour dates can be seen below.

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Northcote Release Self Titled On Black Numbers Records

NorthcoteNorthcote has announced details for the release of the band’s self titled effort in the US.  The album will be released in the US via Black Numbers on January 21, 2014 and follows Goud’s critically acclaimed 2011 debut Gather No Dust

To mark the occasion, the label is giving away the song “Counting Down The Days” for free download.

Northcote Signs to Xtra Mile Recordings

NorthcoteSaskatchewan native Northcote (aka Matt Goud) has signed on with Xtra Mile Recordings and will release a self titled full length on 11th November, 2013. Matt is a veteran of the Canadian hardcore scene as a member of Means (formerly Means to an End) who disbanded in 2008, and since then has been touring relentlessly and honing his solo sound. 

Northcote are currently on tour in the UK and Europe supporting ex-Loved One Dave Hause on his solo tour. Dates below.

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Tours: Northcote (Canada)

NorthcoteVictoria’s Northcote has announced that they will be heading out for a cross country tour of their home and native land, Canada. The band is currently gearing up for the release of their sophomore full-length album, set to be released through Black Box Recordings in Canada on May 7th, 2013.

The album features a slew of guest apperances including Blake Enemark, Marek Tyler, Kathryn Calder, Olivier Clement Aidan Knight and Calgary’s Francis Gerrard and is the follow-up album to 2011’s Gather No Dust.

Tour dates can be found below.

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Northcote Details Self Titled Album

NorthcoteVictoria’s Northcote has released details about his sophomore full-length album. Also called Northcote, the record will be released through Black Box Recordings in Canada on May 7th, 2013 and is the follow-up album to 2011’s Gather No Dust. 

In anticipation of the album, Northcote will release a digital 7” on March 12, 2013. Titled Burn Right Past Them All, the digital 7” will include the lead track of the same name and an exclusive b-side. The full track listing for both releases are below.

The album features a slew of guest apperances including Blake Enemark, Marek Tyler, Kathryn Calder, Olivier Clement Aidan Knight and Calgary’s Francis Gerrard.

Tour details in support of the new album will be announced shortly.

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Download: Dave Hause & Chuck Ragan – Worry (Northcote Cover)

Dave HauseChuck Ragan and Dave Hause recently stopped by Montreal’s CJLO radio station to record an acoustic sonic session together.

The two of them recorded five songs together, collaborating on one another’s tracks. They ended the set with a cover of Northcote‘s Worry

The five songs can be streamed (in audio or video formats) here while a free MP3 of their cover of Worry can be downloaded here.

Video: Chuck Ragan and Dave Hause Cover Northcote

Chuck RaganFresh from recording a Weakerthans cover with Mikey Erg, Dave Hause stopped by our good friends at Explore Music to record a live acoustic cover with none other than Chuck Ragan as part of the NXNE festival.

The two musicians covered Northcote‘s Worry. The video can be seen below.

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