Lil bit of fresh press hit the web this morning. Check out what Indecent Xposure had to say about our show last month at Brasserie Beaubien.
“It all seemed rehearsed but each song, one after the other gave off the feel that it was never played quite exactly like this and you were the first person hearing it. It would have been an insult to call it fragile, because it was unbreakable, and equally an insult to call it tough because that wasn’t from where the sounds derived their power.”
Is gonna be a pretty good year, by my estimation.
Right now I’m holed up in a room with great big windows, filled to the brim with amplifiers, microphones, and various other implements of Noise.
By the end of the month, I plan to emerge with some solid proof of all these songs we’ve been carting back and forth across the country these last few years.
But before that, we’re hitting the stage!
The time for celebration of our third year of existence is upon us!
To get started, we’re hosting the Montréal Sessions this month on CKUT FM!
You can tune in every tuesday in November from 3 to 5 PM EST online at www.ckut.ca or at 90.3 FM in Montréal.
You can already listen to the first two episodes, Continue reading
Just wanted to let you know we’ll be performing as part of this year’s Pop Montréal festival.
We’re opening up an incredible bill on Friday September 21st up at Brasserie Beaubien.
We’ll be rocking out alongside:
Try Harder (of Kingston, ON. Featuring Paul Saulnier of PS I LOVE YOU).
Astral Gunk (of Sackville, NB. In the middle of a swing of amazing festival dates including Sappy Fest and HPX!)
Bad Vibrations (of Halifaix, NS. “My Plan was to Rock!”)
Check out the event on the Pop Website, and on FB!
Hope to see you there,
-D + C
I seem to have fallen off of blog planet this last month or so, and for that I apologize.
Just wanted to make sure the internet was kept abreast of upcoming crazy rock nonsense we’ve got on the go!
Next week, Wednesday August 8th, we’re throwing a loft party at our home/jam space, and we’d really like to see as many Montréal folks as possible there! Continue reading