With New Mistakes, Terra Lightfoot offers up something rare: the kind of genuine document that can only come from a road-tested breed of songwriter and performer. Shot through with the guitarist-vocalist’s powerful, bluesy soul, vivid lyrics and ferocious six-string virtuosity, it’s an unforgettable outing. The steeltown native’s third studio record distills her masterful talent to its electrifying essence.
"I think every artist owes it to themselves to continue to grow and explore new ground, while still holding onto the thing that made them want to play in the first place. This record does that for me — it's exciting and honest."
On the heels of the critical success of her sophomore album, Every Time My Mind Runs Wild, Terra Lightfoot teamed up with the National Academy Orchestra of Canada and legendary conductor Boris Brott to showcase that album’s songs in bold, dramatic orchestral arrangements. Performed live with select members of the NAO and special guest John-Angus MacDonald of The Trews, the set is immortalized in this special release from the celebrated roots rocker.
"Whereas many nu-gazers sound like they want to pretend that it's still 1991, Kestrels don't try to rewrite history. Their songs sound like shoegaze should in 2016: huge, anthemic choruses and sticky pop melodies surfing tidal waves of pedal-driven noise and crashing rhythms." – Noisey
"Hamilton's SIANspheric hit back huge with their trippy take on indie drone… what comes next is bound to be pretty spectacular” – BlogTO
“The waves of gentle turbulence and ethereal beauty are still as hypnotic and cavalier as they were on the first listen. A stoner classic.” – Chart Attack (#40, Top 50 Canadian Albums of All Time). The legendary 1995 debut, available on vinyl for the first time ever.
"With "You Own Your Bones," the first sight of the bigger, badder WTCHS, the cave punks have outgrown their lair and venture out into the night now a lumbering post-rock monster" – Chart Attack