Key OG – The Choice

April 1, 2015 Dave Tone 0

9/10 Montreal’s talent pool has deepened. Meet Key OG: a group of six musicians, led by Etienne Miousse, that create soundscapes in many genres, gravitating around rythms that are deep as they are tight. Their […]


Videogram – Cobretti EP

March 23, 2015 Franca G. Mignacca 0

7/10 Nowadays, when watching a newly-released horror movie, we are likely to find plenty of slow, screeching pianos and violin chords. Back in the 80s however, in the heyday of horror slashers, action films, science […]


SIRR – Charge!

November 23, 2014 Jesse Gainer 0

Laboring at the fringes of the musical landscape can produce some truly amazing art and challenge our notion of what is considered music. However, for every stroke of experimental brilliance, there are thousands upon thousands […]


Los Echo – Bold Fire EP

November 21, 2014 Valerie 0

Kaitlin Thatcher and Connor MacFadyen, otherwise known as Los Echo, are self-described synth pop, hailing from Toronto and Ottawa, Ontario. I took on this review after hearing just a few notes from the title track. […]


The Easton Ellises – Nightwavs EP

October 25, 2014 Paul Orton 0

This album gets better and better the more you listen to it. A well crafted throwback to the 80’s that would give Chromeo a run for their money, Nightwavs, by Montreal-based dance rock band The Easton […]


Ana Barajas – Marea Munar EP

October 19, 2014 Franca G. Mignacca 0

Making experimental music is always a tad risky; your audience might be smaller, but the artist is given a medium to express themselves that is unique and comes from the heart. Colombian musician Ana Barajas explores […]


Hadi Adel – Monotask

September 24, 2014 Angie Radczenko 0

I’m going to try a different approach for this review on Montreal trip hop artist Hadi Adel… The demos consist simply of Side A and Side B, and flow in a steady stream, so going […]