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When Rock Music meets Video Games

Many years ago, if you wanted to make a fortune from pop culture, picking up a guitar was a viable route.
It was a long and arduous journey, but music and cinema were the two methods by which one could get famous and make a living doing so. Media has changed, and as the years have evolved a new player has arrived on the leisure scene taking huge sums of money for those who are a success.

Double Experience announces Spring/Summer 2017 Canada & US Live Dates

Ottawa nerd-rockers Double Experience will be hitting the road for show dates in Canada and USA along with performances at Canadian Music Week, Cornwall & Area Pop Event (CAPE), Nerdstock, the 1st ultimate geek concert during Montreal Comicon, and Tampa Bay, FL's Guardian Con, the official Destiny and Destiny community convention.

Canada & US Live Dates 2017:
4/07 - Fredericton, NB @ Capital Complex w/ Like a Motorcycle
4/08 - Halifax, NS @ The Pavilion
4/19 - Toronto, ON (Canadian Music Week)
4/20 - Toronto, ON (Canadian Music Week)
4/21 - Toronto, ON (Canadian Music Week)
4/22 - Cornwall, ON @ CAPE2017 After Party

Double Experience to release “Unsaved Progress” on April 8th 2016

This spring, Canadian neo-rock nerds Double Experience are coming back with their third album entitled “Unsaved Progress”. The Ottawa-based trio are taking the next step from their previous album – initially released exclusively on collectible trading cards – by utilizing classic video-game inspired artwork and packaging.

Says vocalist Ian Nichols: “Imagine an old Sega game with an audio disc inside instead. Actually, if I had been raised on a video game this exciting with a soundtrack that sounded like this, I probably would have turned out a lot cooler than I am now”.