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Upcoming Canadian Releases, Dec. 7, 2023: Bryan Adams, Lina Allemano & More

Artists releasing albums in a relatively quiet week also include Neil Young and Toronto post-punk band Breeze.

Lina Allemano

Lina Allemano

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December

8: Bryan Adams - Live At The Royal Albert Hall box set (BMG)

8: Lina Allemano - Canons ( LUMO Records)


8: Breeze - Sour Grapes (Hand Drawn Dracula)

8: Neil Young - Before and After (Reprise)

January

12: The Prairie States - Trouble Is (Willing Records / Universal Music)

19: Hot Garbage - Precious Dream (Mothland)

26: Felix Tellier Pouliot - Hometown Zero

February

1: NYSSA - Shake Me Where I’m Foolish (Six Shooter)

2: High Valley - Small Town Somethin’

2: Talia Schlanger - Grace For The Going (Latent Recordings)

2: Vera Sola - Peacemaker (City Slang)

9: Andrea Superstein - Oh Mother

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9: Eve Parker Finley - In The End

9: The Dead South - Chains & Stakes (Six Shooter)

9: Nick Schofield, - Ambient Ensemble (Backward Music)

9: Oh Caroline - Monochrome LP (Friends of Friends

16: Chromeo - Adult Contemporary

16: Steve Maddock -Jack Of All Trades

23: Stan Rogers - Stan Rogers - Songs of a Lifetime- vinyl box set (Borealis Records)

23: Fucked Up - The Chemistry of Common Life (15th Anniversary Edition Clear Orange 2LP) (Matador)

23: Corb Lund - El Viejo (New West)

23: Shaina Hayes - Kindergarten Heart (Bonsound)

March

22: Alexandra Lost -Smoke

April

12: Classified -Luke's View (HalfLife Records & Big Story Entertainment)

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Following the viral success of "Blame Brett" in 2023, The Beaches have made their late night TV debut, performing their naming-and-blaming single on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

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