News — February 28th, 2007

BreakThru Radio’s Boompa Records Show

DJ Laura C Chord (nom de guerre lost on our American neighbours) of BreakThru Radio (BTR) has been kind enough to put together an entire show all about Boompa Records.…
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News — February 27th, 2007

Stagger’s Depression River out digitally in USA

While Depression River won’t be available in stores in the USA for another month, you can get it now digitally through iTunes and other fine online retailers. Maybe you saw…
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News — February 13th, 2007

The Hylozoists have a new website!

At long last, The Hylozoists have a web site, and not just one page promising a new site in the vague and non-committal, distant/near future. You can stream La Fin…
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News — February 1st, 2007

Leeroy Stagger on Urban Rush

Tune into Urban Rush today to see Leeroy Stagger perform a song off his latest album, Depression River. Urban Rush airs on channel 4 in Greater Vancouver today at 5pm,…
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News — January 24th, 2007

Leeroy Stagger to release Depression River stateside

Leeroy Stagger, is gearing up to release his third full-length album, Depression River, on Boompa Records. The album, produced by John Ellis (Be Good Tanyas), will be released April 3,…
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News — January 8th, 2007

Lullaby Baxter Pick of the Week on BBC 6 Music

“Rattled Little Clam”, the first single from Lullaby Baxter’s latest release Garden Cities of To-morrow, is being featured as this week’s best free music download on the Gideon Coe Show…
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News — December 4th, 2006

Lullaby makes Gothe’s 2006 Hit List and more

Lullaby Baxter’s Garden Cities of To-morrow has made Jurgen Gothe’s 2006 Hit List, his “annual round-up of the year’s favourites and/or bests.” Tune in to CBC Radio One on Sunday…
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News — November 30th, 2006

Stagger Does the Grand Cariboo Opry

Not long ago, when Barney Bentall told Leeroy Stagger about his plan to organize a series of benefit shows in the style of the Grand Ol’ Opry, he knew immediately…
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News — November 7th, 2006

In studio performance from Leeroy Stagger

Leeroy and Dustin Bentall recently taped a studio performance and interview together for UMFM while in Winnipeg for the Western Canadian Music Awards. They were joined by the producer of…
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News — October 3rd, 2006

Leeroy Stagger’s Depression River, in stores today

When people think of roots-rock, the Southern half of the USA usually springs to mind. But for the last seven years, singer-songwriter Leeroy Stagger has been spreading his own whiskey-soaked,…
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News — September 29th, 2006

Lullaby on The Wedge and CBC Radio 3

Lullaby Baxter’s video for “Rattled Little Clam” makes its television debut tonight on Much Music’s The Wedge. It will be on in the second half of the hour, right before…
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News — September 29th, 2006

Leeroy Stagger’s Depression River in stores Tuesday

Canadiana troubadour Leeroy Stagger is back with Depression River. The follow-up to 2004’s critically acclaimed Beautiful House will be available in stores across Canada this Tuesday. Stagger’s childhood in Vancouver…
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News — August 30th, 2006

Leeroy Stagger’s Depression River in stores October 3

This fall will see Leeroy Stagger return with Depression River. Stagger’s fourth release in as many years highlights his ability to find drama in the banality of everyday life. From…
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News — August 29th, 2006

Pitchfork reviews Lullaby Baxter

The almighty Pitchfork has reviewed Garden Cities of To-morrow and they quite liked it! Here’s a bit of what they had to say: “Baxter’s jazzy alto carries echoes of singers…
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News — August 25th, 2006

Catlow and Small Sins on Whistler Soundtrack

Check out Whistler – The Soundtrack Vol. 1, featuring songs from the hit CTV original series Whistler. With tracks by Boompa artists Catlow and Small Sins, the Whistler soundtrack was…
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News — August 24th, 2006

Hylozoists play Harbourfront with Belle Orchestre

This Sunday if you happen to be in Toronto you should head down to the Harbourfront Festival for the music of mostly instruments. The mainstage acts will be vibraphone love-fest…
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News — August 24th, 2006

Chicos wrap up tour and hit YouTube

Run Chico Run are second to none in their interviewing skills — particularly when countering questions posed by the many entertainment weeklies of our fair country. We’d like to share…
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News — August 8th, 2006

Run Chico Run are taking it to the streets

Since the March release of Run Chico Run’s critically acclaimed sixth album, Slow Action, the Chicos have been touring constantly including two ‘cross Canada tours, one west-to-east coast USA tour…
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