Beach Metro: Ten questions with local indie band Mamals | February 5, 2019

”Well. I am not sure about influences, but some of the artists that inspire us, both musically and lyrically are Elbow, Foy Vance and Pantera.” [Read the full interview]

CTV News: Meet the Toronto neighbourhood band Mamals | February 1, 2019.

A group of 20 neighbours from Toronto’s east end have come together to form a band. Known as Mamals, the group even released an eponymous EP in January. [Read full article]

CBC News: Toronto at 6:00 January 25, 2019

“A group of neighbours are living their music dreams” and enjoying some mimosas at the same time. Mamals get interviewed and premier a little bit of music for CBC News: Toronto at 6:00 Love of music brings east-end Toronto community together
January 20, 2019

“There’s no audition and everyone is welcome. That’s the pitch for a band that originated in the Pocket neighbourhood – south of the Danforth and tucked in between Jones and Greenwood avenues – that was borne out of the desire to inspire positivity in the community.” [Read full article.]

blogto: toronto neighbourhood just put ouT their own music album

Music and community are inextricably linked, and that’s especially true here in Toronto. One Toronto indie band, Mamals, has taken that philosophy to heart with a backing band of neighbours.[Read full article.]

BeachesMetro: Mamals band, with roots in Jones and Gerrard’s The Pocket, releases EP

Local indie band the Mamals, which has its roots among residents of The Pocket neighbourhood in the Jones Avenue and Gerrard Street area, has released its self-titled EP today (Friday, Jan. 25). [Read full article.]