Travelling is one of the greatest adventures out there. By far, it’s the best way I can think of to spend money, because it’s fulfilling, and frankly soul-filling. It’s also generally expensive, so when I was headed to Las Vegas for CES and I wanted to save some money, I ended up looking at Swoop airlines for a change.
We’re gearing up for a fresh new year of Fresh Indies, and to kick things off, we’re featuring a few singles we loved from the end of 2018. Featured artists include Dermot Kennedy, Whyte Tygers, Matt Nathanson, ASHS, AmPm, and Gone Gone Beyond.
Just listen to that beat. Anavae’s “Afraid” is a slick, rock anthem that’s a little brooding, and plenty moody.
Time for a little celebration dance, because 2018 was an incredible year for The GATE. And, yes, this may be a little late, but since I’m proud of all the highlights from last year, it’s taken me a while to write it all up.
Vancouver’s Hollow Twin are Emmalee Watts and Rebecca Wosk, a folk rock duo with a love of classic music, and it shows in their mesmerizing, cinematic cover of Blue Oyster Cult’s “(Don’t Fear) The Reaper”.
ShyBoy’s “Backroom” could be right out of an 80s club, fusing post-disco with contemporary pop, and fresh dance beats for a song that feels timelessly fun.
Nick Fabian’s “Let Me Down” is an anthemic single that hits home for anyone who’s come through hardship or heartache, …
Nothing warms up winter like a great hot cocktail, and this is one of my absolute favorites that I’ve ever discovered, thanks to Highland Park. It’s also incredibly easy recipe, it’s sweet and chocolatey, and it’s pretty much a glass of bliss.
“Expiration Date” is Evie Joy’s groovy, jazzy, battle song about standing up, taking charge, and making things right.
My family has been dreaming of an RV adventure for a few years, so when I had the chance to check out the Toronto RV show today, it seemed like a perfect opportunity to do a little research and find out a bit more about all of the vehicle options for getaways.