Sandcastle Theory
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Sandcastle Theory


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The best kept secret in music


"The Ontarion"

Sandcastle Theory creates a comfortable atmosphere, inviting patrons to their realm of expertise. - Charles Deal

"Internet radio station manager"

"I like your blurb "... isn't afraid to pay homage to great music of the past and remain contemporary and timeless" - true enough! - Elliot Randall

"Imprint Magazine"

I noticed right from the get-go that Sandcastle Theory had a certain charisma that I have never seen before. What struck me most was that this large base of energy boomed over the audience. They had this unique ability to sound better than most. - Andrea Kerswill

"Echo Magazine"

“Where do you end up when you take a seasoned musician, add a full band, throw in some catchy original songwriting, and turn him loose on the internet? For Sandcastle Theory, the answer is somewhere between indie rock and a commercial hard place. The journey thus far has been anything but predictable, and certainly one well worth the effort. - Declan Kelly

"New Rock Underground"

With soulful voices like honey and overall passionate presence, Sandcastle Theory can’t go wrong with these well produced tracks. Fans of Live, The Calling, Counting Crows and similar artists will like this! - Randy Haber

"Laptop Radio"

The harmonies are lush and the lead vocal is smooth and rough-edged at the same time, which is a nice thing. The song carries a mixed message of love and betrayal, which belies its laid-back country feel, much like "You're Lyin' Eyes." The cello and acoustic guitar thing has been done to death, but somehow it feels fresh, new and relaxing here. This is one of those rare treats on which sound like a song off a commercially released album, and I was glad to find it. - Geanine Towers

"The Guelph Mercury"

The result is an acoustic-based record in the radio-friendly vein of The Counting Crows and Matchbox 20. With flourishes of cello, Hammond organ, and piano the 12 songs reveal a sonic depth not often found on independent releases. - Eric Volmers


Sandcastle Theory - 2004


Feeling a bit camera shy


Sandcastle Theory is taking the Canadian music scene by storm. They have supported bands such as 54-40, Big Sugar, Bif Naked, Tuuli, Live on Release, The Rascalz, Scratching Post, Pocket Dwellers, Mudmen, and multiple Grammy award winner Speech from Arrested Development. Their music airs on over 150 Canadian radio channels, and CMT Canada, Youth TV and City TV Canada. The band is the brainchild of songwriter Kal Mollison, and is supported by the finest musicians in the city of Guelph, renowned for its contribution to the Canadian music scene.