is a Regina band that brings a unique and fresh sound to the music
scene. Flavors range from Heavy Alt-Rock to in your face aggression.
The catchy rhythmic crunch, the raw bass growl, and deep drum work
each add a cutting edge approach to every songs hooky
melody. Their style makes a point of staying in your head once the
songs are heard. Textures and warm tones are explored often. Other
songs deliver the straight up hard rock riffs crowds jump for. Riffs
loud and strong enough to blow right out of the speakers announcing
the presence of Indifference.
message is to the point. It is music people can relate to once they
hear it. Emotion, originality, hardships and triumphs, family, friends,
relationships-good and bad are expressed in the music. These boys
each have a story to tell and tell them in their own way. In some
lyrics, the singer uses his own Cree language to better express
his personal emotion.
In March 2001 at a show for the National Day against Racism, the
three crossed paths and put on a show with a surprising and lasting
impression. The band did other shows and ended up at Reginas
2001 Cultural Mosaic. This new powerful act drew in a significantly
large crowd and following after talk of a new act in town. The end
result was Indifference with Bill, Mike, and Dale.
rapid success has since exploded onto the mainstream and several
A-circuit stages in the span of one year. Credited largely to this
perfected new and unique blend of underground aggression and mainstream
energy. They are now planning to take this new sound to greater
heights. They are seeking the right representative who will help
their rising career explode on to the international stage.
has studied guitar for 13 years. He is self- taught from old tapes
and magazines. Influence ranges from the classic rock scene to Modern
Heavy Metal and Alt-Rock. He is well versed in most genres such
as Underground Punk, Death Metal, Folk, Blues, and independent college
rock. Ground- breaking bands taught him to define his new and unique
playing style. He fine-tuned his skills while customizing a raw
grinding tone with a lot of pure energy in previous bands before
forming Indifference. Local bands and the mainstream scene, past
and present, keep Dale open-minded. He always makes time for his
passion, music. He writes music from life as he hears
it. Call it a soundtrack to his life.
entered the music scene three years ago. Growing up in North Saskatchewan,
his first language was Cree. Bill knew his destiny when he met a
fellow who showed him a few tricks on guitar. He moved to Regina
to study and explore the punk scene. There, he expanded his playing
skills and song writing. Bill picked up the bass and lead vocals
after his first band broke up. He decided to press onward. He wrote
his own vocal melodies and a few guitar parts. He plays with a pure
passion that shows how he feels at the moment. This adds to his
stage presence the crowds immediately relate to. His influence ranges
from power pop punk to Alt/Rock bands with the mainstream edge.
(VINNIE) has been a percussionist since age five. He learned by
playing polkas as a kid. Over the years, he expanded his skill and
created his own personal style of playing from earlier bands. His
powerful drum work is always what gets your head moving in Indifference.
He plays with a lot of emotion and depth, while showing his own
unique snap and off beats. Mikes backing vocals are what complete
the fullness for this power trio on stage. His musical taste and
influence ranges from mainstream power pop, rock, punk, and lighter
has been recording their demo and promoting airplay on four FM radio
stations. They also created their own mini festival "Sound
Of New Ground". A festival for local independent bands showcasing
their material to large audiences.
Their stage presence and energy during large venue shows is attracting
a lot of hype as well as media coverage. Theyve received a
live recording by CBC Radio, followed later by a demo session at
CBC Radio Studios. A segment on APTNs Out of Focus, as well
as printed press.