A mix of new and old

Gay Nineties make an appearance on this week's playlist. Source: Riffyou.com
Gay Nineties make a (rather trendy) appearance on this week’s playlist. Source: Riffyou.com

Nothing fancy, today… just a good ol’-fashioned set list featuring a mix of new and older independent Canadian tunes.

We’ve got the latest by Arkells, Bankruptcy, Graft, July Talk, Lab Coast, Shotgun Jimmie, The Velveteins, and Weaves… and we’ll also have a bevy of tunes from the mid- to late-aughts by bands like The Got to Get Got, Grand Theft Bus, Huron, Kestrels, The Legendary Dirtbikers, and Maclean. Plus, we’ll throw in some tracks that aren’t quite brand new, but certainly aren’t old, either—by artists such as Adam Hanney & Co., Fine Times, Gay Nineties, Hey Rosetta, The Most Serene Republic, and Powers.

And, as always, we’ll have our Neil Young Song of the Week at 5:00.

Join Justin the Canuck today at 4:30 PM Central for This Great White North—your weekly source for the finest in Canadian independent music—broadcasting on 91.7 FM in Austin, TX and streaming online at KOOP.org.

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