|Cultural origins||Mid-1990s, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia|
Dartmouth Rock is a loosely defined subgenre of indie rock that began in the Mid-1990s in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. With hazy origins, major influences on the Dartmouth sound are attributed to the works of Myles Goodwin of April Wine, as well as the great Matt Minglewood. Modern examples of the genre include Joel Plaskett, Matt Mays, Adam Baldwin, and most recently The Cormorants.
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- Williams, Matt (2015-03-16). ""Duke of Dartmouth" Joel Plaskett Takes a Look Back at His P.A.S.T." Noisey. Retrieved 2017-05-23.
- Conner, Shawn (2007-01-25). "Matt Mays risks his sanity to tell the story of a dude on a quest". The Georgia Straight. Retrieved 2017-05-23.
- Woodford, Zane (2016-06-22). "'Call it Rehtaeh:' Dartmouth musician's new album includes song for Rehtaeh Parsons". Metro News. Retrieved 2017-05-23.
- Hines, Colin (2017-05-20). "The Cormorants Live - Apple Blossom Weekend". Dartfornia. Retrieved 2017-05-23.
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