|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Brothers, Sisters||11||Audio||2003||Rewika Records|
|2||Brothers, Sisters.||11||Audio||2003-05-02||Rewika Records|
|3||Bayonet Point||3||Audio||1999||Montesano Records|
|4||This Is Dance Floor Numerology||11||Audio||2001-09-03||Rewika Records|
|6||Brothers, Sisters.||11||Audio||2003||Level Plane Records|
|7||These Songs Are Cursed||17||Audio||1999||Rewika Records|
|8||These Songs Are Cursed||17||Audio||1999||Rewika Records|
|9||Elements Of An Incomplete Map Pt. II||20||Audio||2003||Rewika Records|
|10||Brothers, Sisters.||11||Audio||2003||Level Plane Records|
|11||North Of America||8||Audio||1998||Not On Label|
|12||Elements Of An Incomplete Map||10||Audio||1998-06-12||Matlock Records|
North of America is a rock band from Nova Scotia that has recorded with Matlock Records in Canada and the American label Level Plane Records. Members of Halifax's State Champs and Truro's The Motes formed North of America in 1997. They have toured throughout North America and Europe, and members have been involved with other musical projects such as The Plan, The Holy Shroud, Instruments, Vkngs, The Got To Get Got, Ov Gramme, production for Buck 65, and composition of original music for the award winning CBC television show Street Cents.
The original line-up of the band consisted of Michael Catano, Mark Mullane, J. LaPointe, and Mark Colavecchia. LaPointe left the band after the recording of This is Dance Floor Numerology in 2001. LaPointe was replaced by Jim MacAlpine as of the 2003 Level Plane release, Brothers, Sisters.
North of America disbanded after releasing Brothers, Sisters. Current members now reside in Halifax and Vancouver. Since the breakup, the band has played a number of reunion shows, most recently in 2010,as well as embarking on a Canadian tour in 2005 with Ted Leo and the Pharmacists.
A collection of rarities and outtakes, 12345678910 was released in 2010 on cassette label Bart Records.