Apr 032016

Friends in Ontario: For a limited time, Simone Denny’s new CD ‘The Stereo Dynamite Sessions Vol. 1’ is available at all Sunrise Records stores as part of their ‘Most Wanted’ campaign. More details available at: www.sunriserecords.com


 Posted by at 4:10 pm
Jan 082016

993889_1002337139810183_2820008180565997456_nSimone Denny’s FIRST full live show in support of her debut solo album ‘The Stereo Dynamite Sessions Vol. 1’ has just been announced!

Simone Denny will be supporting the fantastic Soul Motivators:
Sat. Feb. 20
Horseshoe Tavern
19+ / Doors at 9 pm.

Tix are: $15. advance / $20. at the door.

Additional show information available on the official Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1569840886641440/

 Posted by at 4:39 pm
Oct 162015

Simone Denny Postcard layout

At long, LONG last, Simone Denny’s debut solo album ‘The Stereo Dynamite Sessions Vol. 1‘ has finally arrived in Canada!

The album is currently available at all Canadian digital stores (iTunes, etc), and is available at all Canadian streaming services including Spotify. (*CDs will be in stores Oct. 30)

Buy now on iTunes link: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/album/stereo-dynamite-sessions-vol./id1044882944?app=music&ign-mpt=uo%3D4

 Posted by at 5:20 pm
Aug 132015

IT’S DONE! After 3 long years in the making… Simone Denny’s ’The Stereo Dynamite Sessions Vol. 1’ album will finally be released in Canada on October 16, 2015!

In the meantime… Here’s a little taste of a new song called ‘Shelter In My Arms’.

More new music, video clips, and album release information coming soon!

 Posted by at 3:56 pm
Jul 072015






Podcast #006: The vinyl episode! Stereo Dynamite’s Adam Sewell speaks with Paul Miller, President of SAMO Media – one of North America’s premier brokers for vinyl album manufacturing, CDs, and album jackets.

Paul clearly loves what he does for a living; and the conversation centres around topics such as vinyl collecting, Record Store Day, running a vinyl pressing plant, and exposing some myths about the recent hype surrounding vinyl sales. Oh… and Paul’s recent obsessions with obscure German print presses.

Paul and SAMO are a MASSIVE piece of the North American music world – literally a key link in the chain between the artists, fans, retail, and merch tables. His insights and wisdom would definitely be a big help to anyone looking to release their own vinyl album in 2015.

This was a really great conversation – and we hope that you enjoy Podcast #006 with Paul Miller!

About SAMO Media:
Established in 2002, SAMO media has made a name for themselves as North America’s most dependable and competitive source for vinyl, print and CD products. Made up of musicians, record label owners and music fans, our objective is to be a valuable part of the community they rew up in.

With their decade-plus experience in pressing music media, they’ve mastered the art and science of pricing, communication, scheduling and coordination. They also place additional emphasis on often overlooked but critical areas of the process with their dedicated art and freight departments. This attention to detail helps make sure your project goes as smoothly as possible with the best quality and cost in mind.

Find Paul Miller and SAMO Media online at:

Stereo Dynamite online:
HQ: www.StereoDynamite.com
Twitter: @stereodynamite
Instagram: @stereodynamite

Contact: info@stereodynamite.com

Music: The von Drats ‘Phantom Chop’ taken from the album ‘Dratsylvania’ available now worldwide on iTunes, from Stereo Dynamite Recordings.


Apr 152015




Podcast #005! In this unplanned, spur of the moment, and rather informal episode, Stereo Dynamite’s Adam Sewell talks with Trailer Park Boys’ Lucy DeCoutere during her recent trip to Toronto.

Lucy was in town to judge a short film festival, and to open a gallery exhibit of her Instagram photos. (Yes kids… you read that correctly.) The gallery exhibit of her work runs until May 1, 2015 at Giclee Boutique (845 College St. W. Toronto).

Gallery information available at: http://www.qsqinc.com/index.html

During this podcast, Lucy discusses some of the changes with Trailer Park Boys now that the show has moved from Showcase to Netflix; the tug-at-your-heartstrings reasons behind her photo exhibit; her decision(s) to join the Canadian military; and lastly the ongoing situation with former CBC Radio host Jian Ghomeshi – which recently put Lucy into the international spotlight.

Lucy is an incredibly warm, talented, and funny lady who never fails to brighten up any room that she walks into. We are thrilled to have had her on the podcast, and want to thank her for being so candid about her experiences as of late.

We hope that you enjoy the Stereo Dynamite Podcast #005 with the truly, truly awesome Lucy DeCoutere.

Find Lucy DeCoutere online at:

Stereo Dynamite online:
HQ: www.StereoDynamite.com
Twitter: @stereodynamite
Instagram: @stereodynamite

Contact: info@stereodynamite.com

Music: The von Drats ‘Phantom Chop’ taken from the album ‘Dratsylvania’ available now worldwide on iTunes, from Stereo Dynamite Recordings.

Mar 312015

From Simone Denny‘s Instagram account: https://instagram.com/simonedenny/
Annnnnd that’s a wrrrrraaaaaappp this album is DONE!! Woooot! #stereodynamite @stereodynamite @jon_drew #saturdaynight #studio #vocals #shamelessselfiestick #jokes #soul #retrorock #retrosoul #retro #9hoursstudiosession #canadianmusic #toronto #simonedenny
Pictured L to R: Jon Drew (Production / mixing), Simone Denny, and Stereo Dynamite’s Adam Sewell (Producer).

Mar 302015






Podcast #004! In this episode, Stereo Dynamite’s Adam Sewell talks with one of the most outspoken, and controversial voices in the Canadian music industry: Mammoth Cave Recording Co.’s Paul Lawton.

Paul and his partners at Mammoth Cave have recently decided to shut down the label, which has over the years released fantastic albums by artists ranging from Shadowy Men On A Shadowy Planet, and Simply Saucer, to B.A. Johnston, Strange Attractor, and one of Paul’s own groups Ketamines.

The majority of this podcast explores Paul’s history within the Western Canadian music industry, the day-to-day workings of running a Canadian indie label like Mammoth Cave; and the myriad of experiences that have ultimately led to the label’s demise.

However… the last part of the podcast comes around to some topics that Paul is extremely passionate about, including: Gov’t funding for Canadian musicians, and creating a level playing field for all involved. (*Paul is widely known in Canada as the author of the ‘Slagging Off’ blog, and the notorious 2013 ’The Trouble With FACTOR’ post – which quickly thrust him into the national spotlight, earning him the dubious title from the CBC of ’The most hated man in the Canadian music industry’.)

For anyone interested in learning more about Paul’s insights and commentary on these topics, we highly recommend reading the following:

BLOG TO ‘Are Toronto’s indie record labels in trouble?

SLAGGING OFF (Paul’s music industry blog)


‘FACTOR 2014’

We hope that you enjoy the Stereo Dynamite Podcast #004 with the incredibly friendly, and insightful Paul Lawton.

Find Paul Lawton online at:

Stereo Dynamite online:
HQ: www.StereoDynamite.com
Twitter: @stereodynamite
Instagram: @stereodynamite

Contact: info@stereodynamite.com