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“Throwdown Thursdays”

This weeks edition of “Throwdown” gives us an up and coming Canadian band with a fresh idea…make a song a week and in a year, well you can see what sticks.

Steve Cruickshank and Joel Buxton make up Brunswick Project who’s sometimes poppy sometimes hipsterish, sometimes Beck infused Radiohead sounding tracks are worth finding out what sticks later. -MzK

“Daylight Savings”- Brunswick Project

P.S. If you are looking for that Radiohead sound check out this track!!!-MzK

https://soundcloud.com/brunswicktunes/know-harm

Know Harm (week 6/52) - The Urbane Life by Marika


Every week, Steve Cruickshank and Joel Buxton meet in Joel’s shitty kitchen in Toronto, unplug the fridge, take a slug of whiskey, and create a song. For 52 weeks. Or until somebody dies.

Every eight weeks, Brunswick Project tracks are released as an album in high fidelity audio with accompanying chord charts and lyrics PDF on their Bandcamp page.

At the end of the year, an IndieGoGo project will fund a studio recording and professional mastering of the most popular ten tracks, as well as a bitchin’ launch party. - Copasetix Music Blog


Oh the things musicians do… While browsing reddit the other day, I came across the most peculiar post titled “Every week I meet in my dirty shitty kitchen with my friend Steve and we record a new song (And slug whiskey). We are doing it for 52 weeks and are at week 13. Feedback, good or bad would be appreciated.

Here is my favourite track we’ve made so far, rest on our soundcloud.“. After listening to the song they provided I was so amazed at the quality that I decided to dig deeper. I listened to some of their older ones and my interest continued to rise. At this time I felt compelled to drop a comment asking these guys if they would like to be featured on Radio Rebel and to see if they would allow me to follow their progress via our blog. And of course after witnessing how awesome Radio Rebel is, they agreed.

So now what? Well every week, when they release a new song, I will update the blog on their progress. I will also add every song that is released to the rotation so everyone can hear it.

You can get more information about these guys at their band page radiorebel.net/brunswickproject - Radio Rebel


Discography

Reverse-Chronologically:

Single - It's Christmastime Again (Brunswick XMAS)

LP - BRUNSWICK PROJECT BETA (8 tracks, Week 10-17)

Single - Tragic (BP Beta)

Single - You Call My People (BP Beta)

Single - Pyramid Song (Radiohead cover)
VIDEO: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BjpLNiWi1MM

LP BRUNSWICK PROJECT ALPHA - (8 tracks, Week 1-8)

Single - Bed Bug Bash (BP Alpha)

Single - Kid with Gun (BP Alpha)

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Brunswick Project: 52 Songs in 52 Weeks

Every week, Steve Cruickshank and Joel Buxton meet in Joel's shitty kitchen, unplug the fridge, slug whiskey, and make a song. For 52 weeks. Or until somebody dies.

Steve and Joel began collaborating as part of the Toronto indie rock band "Apple Pi," and other music projects such as "Party Album." They quickly grew to realize that they were perfectly suited to create music together.

When Apple Pi split to the wind, Joel and Steve decided to apply the model of Joel's sketch troupe "The Sketchersons," who produce a new hour-long comedy show every week to their music.

At almost the halfway point, Brunswick Project is going strong, earning positive reviews online and performing at numerous Toronto venues.

At the end of the project, the eight most popular tracks will be collected in a professionally mixed album to be released on iTunes and Band Camp.

STEVE
Steve Cruickshank is an award-winning musician and songwriter. He has performed as frontman for indie rock bands "Apple Pi," and "The Party Album." "The Brunswick Project" is the latest in a long line of self-produced music albums for Steve.

JOEL
Joel Buxton is a comedy writer for Bite TV digital, a member of the award-winning sketch troupe "The Sketchersons," and a stand-up comedian. He also wrote the cult web-comic series "Awesome Marcus Ninja," and articles for satirical magazine "The Beaverton."