Has there been a better time for Canadian rock bands than the 1990s? Tyler Elynuik doesn’t think so. Elynuik’s name might not ring a bell, but if you’re a fan of bands like Age of Electric, the Headstones, I Mother Earth, The Odds, The Watchmen and others who had their biggest hits and drew their biggest crowds in that era, you likely know his efforts to preserve and promote the music in a different way.
There’s some good writing on the subject at GeekAndBeats.com, too.
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