Measha announces Christmas album; signs with Warner Music Canada

Measha announces Christmas album; signs with Warner Music Canada

... Kelp is stoked to share WARNER MUSIC CANADA's press release.... IN A CELEBRATION OF CHRISTMAS Juno Award-winning Singer’s first holiday album to be released in the Fall   Tuesday, July 22, 2014 – form immediate release   Warner Music Canada is thrilled...

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Measha announces Christmas album; signs with Warner Music Canada

July 23, 2014

… Kelp is stoked to share WARNER MUSIC CANADA’s press release…. IN A CELEBRATION OF CHRISTMAS Juno Award-winning Singer’s first holiday album to be released in the Fall   Tuesday, July 22, 2014 – form immediate release   Warner Music Canada is thrilled to announce that they have...

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R.I.P The Flaps LAST SHOWS EVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

June 27, 2014

THE FLAPS are playing their last shows ever this weekend. We wish them the best after two stellar Kelp Records’ releases and 12 years of freak surf instrumental with that retro B-movie soundtrack feel. THE FLAPS will live on as these talented musicians continue to...

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The Pink Ghosts / Blankets! Now Streaming on Exclaim!

May 21, 2014

The Acorn’s The Pink Ghosts and Blankets! EP are now streaming on Exclaim.ca, along with a great review of the releases. You can listen online here. As a part of the Kelp 20 re-issue series, The Acorn’s albums are being pressed on pink and white marbled...

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ANDY SWAN’s “Ottawa” the next Kelp vinyl reissue!

May 6, 2014

We’re jus’plain chuffed to announce that yet another classic Kelp release is coming to vinyl for the very first time! Andy Swan’s Ottawa was his first album made in our fair city, holing up at Little Bullhorn with Jarrett Bartlett, John Higney (The Flaps), Rolf Klausener (The Acorn) and...

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Andrew Vincent’s “I Love the Modern Way” coming to LP!

May 1, 2014

As part of our Kelp 20 reissue series, we’re pleased to announce the first vinyl release of Andrew Vincent’s 2003 summer classic “I Love the Modern Way.” Modern Way was a memorable Ottawa album in the 00′s, and one can’t help but be transported back to the smoky basement of...

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