Coming Back Down

One week. One week ago we left The Bathouse Studio after a month of recording songs for our upcoming album. We feel different. Well that’s not fair, I’m not sure how everyone is feeling, but I definitely feel different. Maybe I’m still coming down from the craziest January of my life, but we walked out of there with a new album recorded and our ambitions thoroughly stoked. There is still much to be done to the album, we need to finish up some vocals, then have it mixed and mastered and manufactured blah blah blah… but the lion’s share of the band’s work has been completed and we’re bursting with anticipation to share it with you. It’s like we have this real juicy secret, but we need to make sure we sort out the finer details before we spill the beans.  

In the meantime, we want to see your beautiful faces. After a month holed up together, secluded in a house in the dead of winter, we miss our friends. So while the details of the album are being sorted, we need to come out to your city and show you guys these new songs live. We’re working on booking shows into the Spring and Summer, so we will keep you updated on those as soon as they’re confirmed. 
If you want to see us ASAP, we’ll be joining Oh Geronimo in celebrating the release of their new album ‘The Sled’ with The Wilderness in Toronto and Kingston. These shows are going to be a blast, Oh Geronimo is about to blow your mind with their new tunes. Full details below.

- Jay

Friday, February 16th – The Horseshoe, Toronto, ON w/ Oh Geronimo, The Wilderness, and Greg Mashinter - More Info

Thursday, March 1st – The Brooklyn, Kingston, ON w/ The Wilderness, Oh Geronimo, and Rocket Sauce - More Info

The Best of 2017

It's that time of year again! Time for roasting chestnuts and open fires. Time for mulled wine and the iridescence of falling snow. Time for friends. Time for family. But most importantly... It's time for year end album lists! 2017 has been an incredible year for music, with so many fantastic albums being released. We agonized over our favourites, trying to distill our thoughts into list form. And lo and behold, we've done it! 

So, continuing on with our holiday tradition, we present to you now the Long Range Hustle List of 5 Top 5 Lists:

Mike Brogee
The Amulet - Circa Survive
2. Drunk - Thundercat
3. Paradoxica - Wide Eyes
4. Interalia - At The Drive-In
5. The Spark - Enter Shikari

Paul Brogee
Moh Lhean - WHY?
2. A Fever Dream - Everything Everything
3. Goths - The Mountain Goats
4. What Now - Sylvan Esso
5. Cry Cry Cry - Wolf Parade

AJ Fisico
A Fever Dream - Everything Everything
2. Introduce Yerself - Gord Downie
3. Hot Thoughts - Spoon
4. How Did We Get So Dark? - Royal Blood
5. Sleep Well Beast - The National

Jay Foster
Twin Solitude - Leif Vollebekk
2. Life After Youth - Land of Talk
3. A Fever Dream - Everything Everything
4. Moh Lhean - WHY?
5. Sleep Well Beast - The National

Ryan Pritchard
Paradoxica - Wide Eyes
2. Twin Solitude - Leif Vollebekk
3. Sleep Well Beast - The National
4. Relaxer - Alt J
5. Frost - August Burns Red

Stay tuned over the next few weeks as we take turns breaking down our thoughts and feelings of our favourite albums of the year. And if you want to hear a sampling of songs from these records, click here. Happy Holidays!



October Residency at The Dakota Tavern!

We are proud to announce our October residency at The Dakota Tavern in Toronto! Every Thursday evening in October we will have the pleasure of rocking out at The Dakota with some special guests that we will announce soon!
Here are the Facebook events so you can stay up to date as we announce more details. Advanced tickets on sale now!

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Poster hand painted by Wayne Reuben


New "Up & Up" Live Video Out Now!

Last month we played at the iconic Lee's Palace in Toronto. To mark the occasion we decided break out the fancy cameras and film the set. Whether you missed the show, or just want relive the night, you can watch our performance of "Up & Up" live from Lee's Palace on YouTube now!

Thanks so much to our friend Franny Plumridge for shooting and editing the video. You can check out her other work at

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