Alberta Music LiveStock Episode #7 with Provincial Archive and Jung People
by on October 10, 2014 in Alberta Music Entertainment Live Music

THE PROVINCIAL ARCHIVE ( Edmonton | The Provincial Archive is a folk-informed indie-pop quartet who have been been honing their craft in dark northern Canadian winters over the last five years. In this time they have independently released two recordings, toured the country and travelled the world at the beckoning of their talent. While The Provincial Archive would not deny influence from indie-folk and pop icons, the band’s development shows an evergreen dedication to their art. What started as an intimate voice-in-your-ear has evolved into the melodic and artistic indie-pop that they perform on tours and at festivals across Canada and around the world.

  • Daisy Garden (0:00)
  • Common Cards (3:36)
  • On the Literate (7:20)
  • Weight and Sea (11:27)

JUNG PEOPLE ( CALGARY | Jung People is a post-rock group from Calgary, AB. Known for their dynamic blend of drowsy ambience, complex timings and fulminant guitar. Founded in 2010 by childhood friends Bryan Buss and Jordan Bassi after many punk-rock and metal bands.

Tracks: His Shining Fur is Said to Fill the Sky, Trees and Sea with Light, Releasing Fears of the Colour Blue, Born in the Lampblack (15:07)

Livestock Online is an online concert series that showcases Alberta music members in an intimate and stripped-down setting. The series is professionally filmed & recorded at Naked Cafe in Alberta Music’s office building, located in downtown Edmonton. This project supports a variety of genres and a wide range of experience, from emerging talent to artists already starting to develop a market internationally.

Filmed at the Naked Cafe in Edmonton Alberta
Produced and Recorded by Jesse Northey and Alberta Music
Thanks to Bob at Naked Cafe, Kirby at Ramparts Entertainment, and Keshia Bundred.

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