Johnny Mumbles likes collecting things like LG Chocolate flip phones, burnt out lighters, VHS tapes and Wu-Tang memorabilia. Oh, and weed, lots of weed in his menagerie of mystical marijuana mutations. He can’t recall why he collects all the stuff but he’s sure he has a sticky note or two explaining the reasons for his trove of lost treasures.
Silver Synthetic is a self-described straight-up rock and roll band based in New Orleans. Their laissez-faire, effortless sound transcends categorization, blending elements of surf and glam rock, folk, some Laurel Canyon haze with country licks and a no-bullshit attitude. Originally recorded in 2019, the band finally released Silver Synthetic this April after delays caused by the pandemic. Fortunately for us, it arrives just in time to be the soundtrack to our summer of renewal.
What once seemed like wishful thinking has evolved into a flourishing industry in Canada. But succeeding as a cannabis entrepreneur in the retail sector comes with its challenges, from negotiating the ever-changing landscape to identifying opportunities, driving growth and building trust with consumers.