Winnipeg Proggers DIZZY MYSTICS Announce Ontario Tour Dates

New Single “Diamond Duller”

Debut Album “The Wanderlost” Out 2019

L-R: Jeff Laird (Drums), Kyle Halldorson (Vocals, Guitar, Mandolin), Alexandre Joyal (Guitar), Aaron Bacon (Bass)
Photo Credit: Lindsey Sturgeon

Dizzy Mystics, a psychedelic progressive rock band from Winnipeg, Canada, will be dishing out their tunes across Ontario this coming December in support of their latest singles and planned 2019 debut album “The Wanderlost”. The tour will kick off in Selkirk, MB on Nov 30th and see the band trek a week through central Ontario wrapping up the fun in Sudbury on December 8th.

The band comments:

“We are over the moon to make our first journey through the Canadian Shield, and “Enter Ontario”! She’s a big beautiful province and her music scene is a vast ocean, but we aim to make waves.”

Dizzy Mystics “Enter Ontario Tour”
Nov 30 – The Merch – Selkirk, MB – info
Dec 1 – Black Pirates Pub – Thunder Bay, ON – info 
Dec 4 – The Doors Pub – Hamilton, ON – info
Dec 5 – Bovine – Toronto, ON – info
Dec 6 – TBA – London, ON – info
Dec 7 – Jimmy Jazz – Guelph, ON – info
Dec 8 – The Asylum – Sudbury, ON – info

Earlier this year the band served up their third single “Diamond Duller”, the most hard hitting and jarring of the songs off the band’s upcoming 2019 debut album “The Wanderlost”. Still retaining their colourful medley, the single expands further into their depths of psychedelic melody, pocket grooves, crushing intensity, mind bending passages, and catchy vocals. 

The band explains:

“It’s a heavy track with a theme around the classic case of the grass being greener and taking things for granted. With a metal base, there are pronounced elements of melodic hard rock and funk.  Full of cryptic imagery and metaphors, super jazzy bass lines and progressive guitar riffs this track is sure to be a favourite for fans of Mastodon, Led Zeppelin and The Mars Volta.”

Listen to their current singles at the following links:

Diamond Duller –
The Frequent See, Consistent Seas –
Letter – 

DIZZY MYSTICS forthcoming debut full length “The Wanderlost” could be loosely based on the concept of being lost in oneself; sonically traversing through a plethora of genres and elements including hard and progressive rock, metal and folk, jazz fusion and grunge. The album was self recorded; mixed by John Paul Peters (Private Ear Recording, Winnipeg); mastered by Ed Brooks (Resonant Mastering, Seattle) and the album artwork was crafted by Ben Duncan.

Track Listing:
1. Letter (4:42)
2. Shindigjig (4:43)
3. Fallasophy (5:02)
4. The Frequent See, Consistent Seas (2:50)
5. The Anti-Dream (5:09)
6. The Scythe Pendulum Swing (7:33)
7. Diamond Duller (4:56)
8. Jaunter (5:26)
9. Rester (Analog Chameleon) (5:01)
10. Wanderlost (11:09)
Album Length: 56:36

Recording Line Up:
Kyle Halldorson (all vocals, guitars, bass, mandolin, assorted percussion, lyrics, music, songwriter)
Aaron Edgar (all drums)
Gerrit Delaquis, Kelsey Halldorson, Paula DaCosta (guest vocals on track 07-Diamond Duller)

Live Band Line Up:
Kyle Halldorson (lead vocal, guitars, mandolin)
Alexandre Joyal (guitar, backup vocal)
Aaron Bacon (bass, backup vocal)
Jeff Laird (drums, backup vocal)

For more info: 


Dizzy Mystics Soup for the Rocker’s Soul;
2 cups Psychedelic
2 cups Progressive
1 cup Hearty 70’s Metal
3 tbsp. Jazz
3 tbsp. Funk
2 tbsp. Folk
1 tbsp. Soul
A pinch of Celtic Pepper is optional

(Measurements of each ingredient are subject to change for each batch made)

As the recipe implies, rock music is the spoon that stirs the soup, and no genre (or spice) is out of the question for Dizzy Mystics. Climbing out the stock pot in 2015, Dizzy Mystics are a psychedelic rock band based out of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. One can expect a dynamically diverse, tastefully complex, and energetic dose of adventurous hard rock with feet moving rhythmic swagger, and stargazing melodies.

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