Having just covered the 2015 SuperCrawl this weekend, writer Graham Caldwell had this to say: For those who aren’t familiar with the legend of…Read More
Part indie-rock preacher, part wonder-kind, Aucoin’s We’re All Dying To Live is a musical scrapbook compiling over 500 musicians, friends and fans from across Canada. We’re All Dying To Live is a testament to the metamorphic magic of music.
“The record is really about making big life decisions or at least about thinking about those decisions and how to live one’s life,” says Aucoin
Unlike his debut Personal Publication (2007), an EP that synchs to Dr. Seuss’ How The Grinch Stole Christmas, We’re All Dying To Live is a very public affair. From St. John’s, NL to Dawson City, YK, Rich invited everyone and anyone who wanted to be on the record. From multiple choirs to some of Canada’s finest musicians, we were all dying to sing.
Much like the makings of We’re All Dying To Live, Aucoin wants to be surrounded by everyone he knows and loves and everyone he has yet to know and love every night forevermore. Cash in your golden ticket to an all inclusive electro-pop dance explosion.
Rich Aucoin has long been recognized for ambitious records and the video elements that accompany his music. Aucoin has Announced today, his new video,…Read More
Subterranean highway alien hives, basement cult hideouts, and BMX bikes everywhere – just a few things every good kid’s adventure movie needs…and also the heart of Rich Aucoin’s new video for”Want To Believe”, premiered today. Produced by Jason Levangie, directed by Jason Eisner, and starring Aucoin as Detective Wolfe, the video packs an epic storyline into three short minutes of reckless imagination. “Rich’s track brought back memories of my youth,” says:Read More
Brooklyn’s Tomboy is back again with another cut from their forthcoming self-titled EP, sharing the single “Moths”. A “complex yet streamlined” track, “Moths” is the third single we hear from the duo’s debut pre-release, following earlier singles of “Roll:Read More
Rich Aucoin has premiered his sophomore album, Ephemeral today, streaming the record in full – a week prior to its release in stores September 9, on Young Enthusiastic Americans.Produced by Rich and his drummer, Joel Waddell and mixed by some:Read More
“This song is about the failures in all types of our relationships,” explains Rich. “Yelling in our sleep is a phrase to elicit the frustration we have when we lose these relationships and the nightmare that haunts us afterwards.”Read More
After three years of relentless world-wide touring (cross-Canadian shows, European festivals, even a beach party in Madagascar – he’s done it and you were there up front), Rich Aucoin returns with his second album, Ephemeral. With this album,Read More