Hey Rosetta!, Cancer Bats, Rural Alberta Advantage Contribute Recipes to Magnetic Hill Folk Festival Cookbook

Hey Rosetta!, Cancer Bats, Rural Alberta Advantage Contribute Recipes to Magnetic Hill Folk Festival Cookbook
Grizzly Bear's Chris Taylor isn't the only indie musician documenting his culinary ideas in a cookbook. Moncton, NB's Magnetic Hill Folk Festival is putting together a cookbook as a fundraiser for its next event, and it has roped in a number of Canadian musicians to provide recipes.

The festival — which was formerly in Hillsborough, NB, where it was called the Bore Music Festival — takes place on June 26 and 27, while the book is expected to go into print in February and will be available in early March. The organizers hope to assemble around 100 recipes, and they've already got a lot of contributors.

The participants include Hey Rosetta!, Basia Bulat, the Rural Alberta Advantage, Do Make Say Think, Cancer Bats, Wax Mannequin, In-Flight Safety, Paper Lions, the Wooden Sky, KASHKA, Maylee Todd, AroarA, Folly & the Hunter, Petunia & the Vipers, Tom Fun Orchestra, Paper Beat Scissors, Nick Ferrio, Lindy Vopnfjord, the Mountains & the Trees, Emm Gryner, David Newberry, Coyote, Blonde Elvis and many more.

Books can be ordered on Indiegogo. They are also available in a combo with tickets, and businesses can purchase ads in the cookbook.