Monthly Archives: September 2010

You’re my question, you’re my proof

Love him or hate him. Kanye is here to stay. His upcoming album has been one of the my most anticipated albums of the year. Today, the most anticipated track for me leaked. As the story goes, Kanye flew out … Continue reading

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Top 5 – Albums to Fall Asleep To

The Top 5 has returned! Us blogsters were trying to make this a biweekly thing here at Bolster. Well you can see how well that has gone. But this is one of favourite parts of the blog and with Kristyn’s … Continue reading

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The xx win the Barclaycard Mercury Music Prize 2010

As we haven’t loved this album enough at Bolster Your Holster, let’s write about it one more time. The xx are the winners of the 2010 Barclaycard Mercury Prize (formerly the Mercury Music Prize), an award which recognizes the best … Continue reading

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Plex – Mindracing

I just found this video off of Josh Classen’s twitter feed. Plex is an emcee from Edmonton, now in Toronto, check out his myspace page for a bio, additional songs and videos and tonnes more information. He has a new … Continue reading

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I was afraid, I’d eat your brains

Zombies. The National. Zombies. The National. I’m not saying they are my two favourite things, but they’re darn close. So while The National’s new song “Conversation 16” off of High Violet is not really about Zombies, but I like to … Continue reading

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a very belated gush over the new arcade fire

Well looks like we have a theme today, as Kris just posted something on this band as well. It really isn’t that surprising considering we  (and every other person I enjoy) are talking about the Arcade Fire.  This morning, as … Continue reading

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Arcade Fire’s “We Used To Wait” – An Interactive Experience

How am I supposed to describe this to you? It’s something different, yet not too far off from any music video you can watch on TV or the Internet these days. But a little bit of creativity and interactivity can … Continue reading

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