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The Provincial Archive
OriginEdmonton, Alberta, Canada
GenresAlternative rock, indie rock, folk rock, indie pop
Years active2009 (2009)–present
LabelsConsonant Records, Black Box Music, Bedrooms and Basements
MembersCraig Schram
Stephen Tchir
Bramwell Park
Past membersDave Meagher
Ryan Podlubny
Nathan Burge

The Provincial Archive are a Canadian indie band. Their releases have spanned genres from indie folk[1] to alt rock.[2] Their music has been compared to R.E.M. and The Shins[3] and; early Weezer and Elliott Smith.[2]

The band released its debut album, Nameless Places, in 2009 locally in the band's hometown, Edmonton, Alberta.

Their second album, Maybe We Could Be Holy, followed in 2010. The band supported Maybe We Could Be Holy in part with a cross-Canada tour which included performances in the provincial archive buildings of eight of the ten Canadian provinces.[4]

The band's third album, It's All Shaken Wonder, was released in Germany in May 2014[5] and in North America on August 19, 2014[6] on the Black Box Music label. On June 10, 2014, a four song EP Hide Like A Secret was released via iTunes, along with a music video for the first track Daisy Garden.[6] It's All Shaken Wonder was awarded the Edmonton Music Prize on December 1, 2014.[7] All work up to and including this release was self-produced by the band, and the band's primary songwriter, Craig Schram. Following this release, the project was downsized to a trio with the departure of members Ryan Podlubny in 2014, and Nathan Burge in 2015. Podlubny was replaced by Stephen Tchir, a long-time musical collaborator with both Park and Schram .

The band's fourth, self-titled, effort will be release in November 2015.[2] The release was produced by Nik Kozub of the band Shout Out Out Out Out, and was recorded live-off-the-floor as a trio. The release has drawn early comparisons to 90s alt rock,[2] and represents a departure from the band's folk and pop influenced beginnings.


  • 1 Band Members
  • 2 Discography
  • 3 Music Videos
  • 4 References
  • 5 External links

Band Members

  • Craig Schram
  • Bramwell Park
  • Stephen Tchir
  • Ryan Podlubny (Former)
  • Nathan Burge (Former)
  • David Meagher (Former)

Based in Edmonton, Alberta, the band was formed by Craig Schram, Nathan Burge and Ryan Podlubny following the demise of earlier musical projects.[8] The band subsequently enlisted drummer Dave Meagher, who was with the band briefly before being replaced by Bramwell Park. The project was downsized to a trio with the departure of Ryan Podlubny in 2014 and Nathan Burge in 2015. Podlubny was replaced by Stephen Tchir, a long-time musical collaborator with both Park and Schram. All of the band's current and former members are multi-instrumentalists.[1]


  • Nameless Places (2009)
  • Maybe We Could Be Holy (2010)
  • Hide Like A Secret (EP) (2014)
  • It's All Shaken Wonder (2014)
  • The Provincial Archive (2015)

Music Videos

  • Common Cards (2013)
  • Daisy Garden (2014)
  • The Market (2014)


  1. ^ a b "NXNE 2012: The Provincial Archive". NOW, June 14, 2012.
  2. ^ a b c d "The Provincial Archive Unveil New EP, Premiere 'Bad Connection'". Retrieved 2015-11-16. 
  3. ^ "Premiere: The Provincial Archive - Daisy Garden". Clash Magazine, May 20, 2014.
  4. ^ "Edmonton's Provincial Archive to Tour Provincial Archives Across Canada". Exclaim!, April 15, 2011.
  5. ^ "Shhh ... 'Secret' tunes from The Provincial Archive". Edmonton Journal, May 23, 2014.
  6. ^ a b "The Provincial Archive Reveal 'It's All Shaken Wonder' LP, Share New Video". Exclaim!, June 10, 2014.
  7. ^ "Edmonton Music Prize goes to Provincial Archive ". "Edmonton Journal", December 1, 2014.
  8. ^ "No artifacts: Provincial Archive's latest blends folk with urban sensibility". Vue Weekly, September 7, 2010.

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