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The Brunswick project is releasing a song every week for a year. They are already half way through. That’s pretty amazing.
“…they’ve released what’s roughly equivalent to two studio albums, way faster than most labels release one, and because it all sounds GOOD!
Overall The Brunswick Project is a great idea with a great execution, complete with the super catchy lyrics that sound like they belong in a Juno sequel soundtrack.
They’ve managed to cram a massive variety of sound in each week and for that I applaud them. Upbeat numbers like week one are tempered and balanced by more mellow tracks like week 14. there’s probably at least one track you’ll like out of the bunch.”
“The Brunswick Project is attempting to set a record 52 songs in 52 weeks. Here we are in week 25, and they are still alive. Weekly drinking whiskey and recording in their home studio/kitchen is their formula for success.
I am sure they are on their way to the top of the Toronto Music scene soon. Their sound is reminiscent of Cake with a touch of tender grunge. My favorites didn’t rank in the charts, but their sleeper hit Transporter Psychosis is consistently a top 10 performer. Check out The Brunswick Project soon.”
“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.”
“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
“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.”