Monday, 27 February 2012


Today I released this:

Yes, I could have easily done a more well known Beatles track, but I didn't.  Did I record any more Fab 4 songs?  I guess we'll see.

Friday, 24 February 2012


SUPPORT EP is finally out!  People residing in Winnipeg can pick up their copy @  War On MusicMusic Trader & Into The Music.  AND to mark the occasion, BWSG released our 1st music video; the album opener I Wanna Be.

I was hoping to get another Jordsy release and video out before the end of the month but BWSG has been taken a lot of my time as of late.  We'll see what March brings.

I was stoked to see RAR!  make an appearance on the totally awesome Music Crush Girl blog today.  NYC baby  ;)

But for now, I give you the Say Hey Man Band:

Tuesday, 21 February 2012


I very recently re-designed the logo:

As you may know, we release all the music we record, so on that note here's a brand new demo just recorded last week:

More BWSG news to come very very soon.

Thursday, 16 February 2012

Support For Support EP

The latest review of Burnt Witch Survivors Group's SUPPORT EP comes from Steve Heretik, host of MAYHEM! on CHRY 105.5FM in Toronto. Be sure to tune in every Wednesday from 8pm-9pm for your dose of punk, ska, hardcore, psychobilly and more. 


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Wednesday, 15 February 2012

CKUW Fundrive 2012

I was just at the local campus station here in Winnipeg to lend my support to the 2012 fundrive!  Here are the songs I preformed on the Completely Asinine Radio Program hosted by Chris Friesen.

Thursday, 9 February 2012

...And Another Thing!

UPTOWN Magazine Review (LOCAL HEROES Feature):
Burnt Witch Survivors Group
Support EP
(Sweet Knuckle Records) 
Turning things up to 11 and never letting up for a breath, this debut EP is peaking and distorted and I fucking love it. Opener I Wanna Be is a shaky rocker, while the vocals on Party With Ghosts are so distorted that, even if they weren’t screamed and slurred, you still couldn’t understand them (and yes, that’s a good thing). Things slow down on the five-and-a-half-minute Gamora, but slow doesn’t mean quiet. This is definitely a trio of post-Mudhoney rockers that actually gets it. It’s a good thing it’s only 22 minutes long, because civilization wouldn’t survive if it were any longer.
– Nicholas Friesen


I Wanna Be Safe In Sound