About Brian Charles Clarke
Brian has been writing about music on and off since 2011, first on his own blog, Reviews and Rhymes, long since abandoned, and then as a weekly columnist for the now defunct Bloody Underrated. His obsession with music began with an interest in Elvis Presley that was nurtured somewhat reluctantly by his grandfather. His love for rock 'n' roll eventually led to an interest in heavy metal and later, punk rock and rap. He's an avid supporter of Montreal's live music scene and leaves his house almost exclusively to attend shows.
Albums

Missioner – Self-titled

December 27, 2016 Brian Charles Clarke 0

5/10 Missioner‘s second and self-titled EP is composed of a mix of classic and contemporary sad-rock legends, Brand New and the Smiths. Although this stylistic configuration leads to a pleasant listening experience, there’s nothing particularly […]

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Mimoza H- Uproot

November 16, 2016 Brian Charles Clarke 0

5/10 Mimoza H‘s debut EP Uproot is bleak and powerful. It’s sonically centred around a mix of dense electronics and occasional classical-like arrangements that sound like a cross between Bjork, Chelsea Wolfe, and Florence and […]

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Prime Junk – Sunnyvale

October 23, 2016 Brian Charles Clarke 0

6.5/10 Prime Junk‘s latest EP Sunnyvale, follows in the footsteps of classic bands that blurred the lines between melody and dissonance. Their brand of noisy indie rock isn’t exactly innovative, but each track competently pays […]

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