Northcote is the stage name for the solo project of singer-songwriter Matt Goud. He’s based in Victoria now, but I believe he does have roots in Saskatchewan. With an EP and one full-length to his credit, Northcote recently released a second self-titled full-length. Tonight, he’s in town to play a show at the Exchange with two support acts: the Matinee and the Crackling.
To give you a sense of what Northcote is like, here’s his video for his 2012 song “Free Tonight”:
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