Fri 11 December 2020
Listening Party this Friday
To celebrate the release of the Stick It To 'Em Vol. 2 compilation, Glue Gun Records will be holding a very special live stream listening party via their YouTube channel this Friday 11th December.
The compilation features a diverse range of artists, some of whom you'll already be familiar with such as World News and Kaleidoscope Horse.
The pre-show kicks off at 7.30PM EST, with the main show commencing at 8PM.
Dec 01, 2020
Safe Sounds interview Glue Gun Records in ULTRA ISSUE 3
Safe Sounds cofounders Bill Cutbill and Idious Carrie sat down with Jesse Alarcon and Brent O'Toole of Glue Gun Records recently to discuss their upcoming compilation tape - Stick It To 'Em Vol. 2.
The release, due to arrive Friday 4th December 2020, will feature unheard material from World News and other artists including Martian Crisis Unit, FORMING, Animal Party and more! Kaleidoscope Horse have debuted a video to celebrate the pre-order, which can be watched above.
The interview is available to read in full now via ULTRA Magazine.
Pre-order a cassette here.
Oct 01, 2020
Ultra Mag Issue 1 Has Landed
Well isn't this fantastic?! Ultra Mag, a brand new zine covering Toronto's creative scenes has just arrived with its first issue. Safe Sounds has a monthly column we'll be using to bring you all things safe and sound!
In this issue, we cover Loji's debut EP 'Gather' with a spotlight on our session with Kaleidoscope Horse. Bill Cutbill also conducts an interview with Sleepy Demons following the release of their latest EP.
Read the first issue now for free via desktop, and enjoy your local fill of culture and life!
Jul 09, 2020
Kaleidoscope Horse Lounge Live Session
Kaleidoscope Horse — the androgynous psychedelic art-rock band from Toronto, Canada — filmed a live session in the Safe Sounds lounge. First aired as part of Markham Music Festival 2020, it is now available to watch in full via our YouTube channel.
Idious Carrie (vocals, electric guitar, upright piano) and Janis Dolphin (vocals, electric guitar) performed new tracks Long Fever and Velvet, also delving into the world of the unknown with a beautiful but spooky improvised jam.