Dropout Quarantine Songs #33 – Duncan Ivany And The North Coast Band & Alex Southey
Duncan Ivany & The North Coast Band formed in November 2018, with a mission to combine East Coast kitchen party music, with Western Folk music vibes to create a sound unique to The Northern Coast of Ontario that also inspires music lovers all over the world. While living and recording in a cabin in the hills of Erin, Ontario, brothers Connor and Duncan Ivany have been pursuing full-time careers in organic farming and conservation, both with a strong passion for the environment. They have been creating, recording and performing Indie-folk-rock music which has been inspired by the likes of: Bahamas, Bruce Springsteen, Zac Brown Band and Blue Rodeo.
Alex Southey is a Toronto based indie-folk musician. His lyrics focus on themes of Canadian identity, romance, depression, and the small aspects of life that make it so compelling. He has released two EPs (“December 1st” and “Winter Sweater Demos”, respectively) and two full length LPs, Christmastown, and You’re Not Just A Body to Me (released early 2020). He is currently working on a third LP, tentatively entitled, …And the Country Stirred.
To find more of his music visit https://www.alexsouthey.com/