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Your Hometown Sound

Major Minor's brand new blog zine. We want to become your hometown sound. A true community within the music community of Calgary. Featuring primarily interviews, reviews and listings, but also a variety of content; all hyper-focused on local events and contributed by Calgarians.

We hope to launch Hometown Sound C# in the very near future! For now here is a snippet. Are you interested in contributing? Get in touch with us:

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  • Mark Shields

Major Minor has been paused during the COVID-19 pandemic. We are taking this time to reconnect with our mission so that, when the time comes, we can relaunch with powerful purpose! Please continue to follow us on social media, and if you would like to share any thoughts you have don't hesitate to drop us a line!


We wish you all health and safety. Wear a mask, wash your hands, and stay in touch with all those you care about. We'll be back soon!

  • Mark Shields

This Saturday, March 7th, at the Forest Lawn Community Association...

  1. If you have a band, if you have mercy, you are invited, to come sell it at our BAND TEE GARAGE SALE!!!! Our goal is for this to be a gathering of as many local bands selling their merch as possible. Message or email Major Minor Music Project or Twinabt to reserve a table or show up with your merch. Everyone welcome. All ages. Plus we have a super incredible show starring GONE COSMIC, IRON TUSK, BRAIN BENT, FRANK MONA, SCHOOL OF ROCK -SOUTH showcase & more. Frank Mona will also be releasing there long awaited EP. This is going to one wicked time. There will be a food truck, and concession, and for 18+ a bar. Its $10, but free for children under 12, and free for bands selling merch.

  2. Sat March 7th 5pm Forest Lawn Community Centre.

  • Mark Shields

Major Minor is proud to partner with CJSW to present Rae Spoon at the Ironwood on March 15.


Rae Spoon and Kim Barlow are two seasoned musical nonconformists who have teamed up with newcomer Mohammad Sahraei for a Canada-wide tour in March 2020 that will take them from Yukon to Wakefield, Quebec combining folk, pop, electronic and several forms of traditional music.


Get your tickets now at eventbrite

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