Watch the video for Dreams of Flying from our new album, Night Owls, out now. Video edited by Greg Gillespie. Footage courtesy of NASA and Everyday Airline Pilot.
(photo: Springsteen & Andrew) If you’ve heard the incredible Wurlitzer, Rhodes and organ solos on “Dreams Of Flying” from our Night Owls album, they are performed by Andrew Arida who sadly passed away shortly after our recording session. I’d like to share a few of my memories of him. I got to know Andrew when I sat in for a year on drums with atmospheric … Continue reading Remembering Andrew Arida
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Watch the video for Hurricane Hazel from our new album, Night Owls, out now. Video by Greg Gillespie.
As teenagers, we spent our summers loitering outside the art gallery in downtown Vancouver. Sean, one of my friends from the group was, and still is, a voracious fan and collector of music and he force-fed me an endless supply. One day he lent me The Replacements’ 1985 album Tim (on cassette, ’cause it was the 80’s) to listen to on my Walkman for my … Continue reading New Track: Skyway
I’ve always been passionate about sharing music I love. So I recently launched a Spotify playlist titled Northern Affairs, which I’m updating every couple of weeks or so. Please check it out if it’s something you might enjoy.
I wasn’t always a fan of The Smiths. In fact, I despised them at first. My younger and cooler sister used to listen to trendy British bands like New Order, The House Of Love … and The (God-awful) Smiths. I couldn’t stand Morrissey’s melodramatic vocals and miserable-me lyrics. Then I became intrigued by Girlfriend In A Coma. I mean, really, who writes a song about … Continue reading Cover of The Smiths’ Panic
Created this Spotify playlist – Sadness + Beauty: Cinematic Music by North Atlantic Explorers.
It contains the entire North Atlantic Explorers catalog. Continue reading “Sadness + Beauty: Cinematic Music by North Atlantic Explorers (Spotify Playlist)”
Here’s our video for Into The Blue Sea filmed aboard an Iceland-bound container ship on the North Sea/North Atlantic Ocean. About the album “My Father Was A Sailor” Continue reading Video: Into The Blue Sea
Here’s the album trailer for My Father Was A Sailor filmed aboard an Icelandic cargo ship on the North Sea/North Atlantic Ocean & throughout Scotland by Greg Gillespie. My Father Was A Sailor is a collection of nautical-themed songs inspired by Glenn D’Cruze’s late father’s life at sea with the British Merchant Navy. Its highlights include a fourteen person choir singing multi-part harmonies, a horn … Continue reading “My Father Was A Sailor” Album Trailer