Monthly Archives: November 2010

Top 5 Moments Since Bolster’s Inception…

Hey all, here is our Top 5 musical moments since we started the blog. Kristyn Unlike my bolster buddies, I hate lists. My excuse is that I like to remain in the moment and not spend time reflecting on the … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday… to us!

It may be a week late, but we’ve made it to a year. Bolster Your Holster is officially one year old and though we may have neglected it once in awhile, people are still reading our random thoughts on music … Continue reading

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It Takes an Ocean Not to Break – High Violet Expanded Edition

Next Tuesday sees the re-release of one of the best albums of the year, High Violet, by The National. The National usually follow up their studio albums with a re-release or an EP filled with new and live tracks. For … Continue reading

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The Ultimate pick you up!

So it was a great weekend and you are still exhausted and looking for that great pick me up.  After 3 cups of coffee or whatever choice beverage you use, you still just wanna pass out on your keyboard.  Well … Continue reading

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I want to be wanted for more than just my light

It has been a hectic few months for me. Getting married does that. But that doesn’t mean there isn’t time for music. I fit it in wherever I can. In the last month I have seen over 30 artists perform. … Continue reading

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Shakira covers The xx

Here at Bolster we have had a few bands that dominate our posts. If you’ve been reading the blog over the past year you’ll know that The xx is one of our favourite bands and that we like to write … Continue reading

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Freezing Man (it’s like burning man but substantially colder and with less hippies)

Today, due to the wonders of social networking, I found out that Edmonton has a new festival taking place in the heart of Winter. Freezing Man Festival 2011 is the first of what could be an annual celebration of dance, … Continue reading

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