By Chris Bryson
Roman Clarke is on to something. With the release of his debut EP, Looking For Mine, he’s fashioned a markedly signature sound. As one third of The Middle Coast, Clarke is no newcomer to the local scene. Looking For Mine feels fully formed, ready for the world to hear. Continue reading “Roman Clarke :: Looking For Mine”
Grand, lush, atmospheric, ethereal, and powerful. These are all words that were immediately brought into my mind when I had the good luck of being turned onto this band for the first time.
Continue reading “Teleharmonium :: The Mother Generator”
The newest EP from Winnipeg’s best post-punk band Surprise Party, Circle of Death, is a fusion of unlikely genres and effects. Each track boasts a distinct musical signature. The opening song “Come Down” features a very groovy and upbeat sound, with shimmering guitar riffs lodging themselves in your eardrums. Continue reading “Surprise Party :: Circle of Death EP”
Since their first records, the Besnard Lakes have walked a fine line between classic rock guitarwork and near-ambient soundscapes. Continue reading “The Besnard Lakes – Until in Excess, Imperceptible UFO”