Before the inevitable backlash of us being so good looking arrives, here are some kind words that have been written recently…
Stuart Berman at The Grid wrote this nice review of our album:
Read Carla Gillis of Now Magazine’s 4 N review of Fresh Snow-I here:
Trevor Blumas at Weird Canada conjured up these kind words for the cassette edition of Fresh Snow I:
Natalie Zina Walschots @ Torontoist wrote this great review in her Sound Advice column:
Ben Rayner at The Toronto Star reviews our NXNE show here:
Fractured Air out of Ireland interviewed Tim about our new album!
Frank Yang @ chromewaves.net reviews our LP release show at The Boat in Toronto:
Excited to play with some of our favourite people in the world at this show. We will do it up nice for you. Promise.
THE WAVELENGTH ROADSHOW
Toronto’s legendary indie music series goes on tour!
June 15-29 across Ontario & Quebec
Featuring 2013 Wavelength Artist Incubator bands:
Projections by General Chaos Visuals
Mobile art installation by Alexandra MacKenzie
Saturday June 15
Toronto / NXNE Festival @ Creatures Creating Gallery w/ guests Os Tropies + Fin
Friday June 21
Ottawa / Arboretum + Ottawa Explosion Festival @ St. Alban’s Church w/ guests The Yips
Saturday June 22
Montreal / Suoni per il Popolo Festival @ Casa del Popolo w/ guests Big Brave
Thursday June 27
Guelph / Kazoo! Music Series @ Ed Video
Friday June 28
Hamilton @ Homegrown Hamilton w/ guests Sensei
Saturday June 29
London / Half A Dino Presents @ APK Live w/ guests Billy Christopher
Catch Toronto’s Wavelength Music Series on tour across Eastern Canada in June!
For the first time, the Wavelength “experience” will go out on the road in the “Wavelength Roadshow,” a series of showcases at like-minded festivals and concert series.
The live musical line-up will consist of up-and-coming Toronto area artists Del Bel, Fresh Snow and Most People – all three of whom are participants in Wavelength’s inaugural “Artist Incubator” pilot project, a collaborative showcase of artists identified by Wavelength series curators as the Toronto region’s most original and exciting musical exports. We’ll also have Wavelength’s trademark projections by General Chaos Visuals and a special immersive, mobile art installation by T.O.’s own Alexandra MacKenzie.
Spread the word and tell your friends not to miss this!!
PRE-ORDER IN THE COURT!!! I do believe the end is near! Fresh Snow I, our first record is up for pre-order now at the newly launched Reel Cod Records website. Below is the cover for the LP. It is being pressed on white vinyl and was mastered by James Plotkin for maximum dynamic range. You can turn it up loud and it will get even louder! We are pretty excited. Also, The cassette edition is in and ready to be had.
Some nice photos by Yosh Photography from our show the other night.
The amazing and talented Don Picton has made a great poster for us. available soon! Visit his website and feast your eyeballs on all the amazing stuff he makes. Friend Prices
A nice website from Ireland called Fractured Air wrote some kind words about us and made this excellent graphic…
Illustration: Craig Carry
We are excited to be playing the 2nd anniversary of Feast in the East with some really incredible bands. Kind of a Toronto dream show to tell you the truth.
We may fuck with our “formula” pretty hard on this one.
Friday, May 10th 2013
Feast In The East 2 Year Anniversary:
environs by Augustina Saygnavong
@ Polyhaus (388 Carlaw Ave)
9pm, $7 Adv (Circus Books & Music, The Film Buff, Grasshopper Records, Soundscapes), All Ages
Free dinner by Basil AlZeri with adv. ticket
When you move into a new neighborhood do you have to register as an audiophile?
Are you sick of the cold, harsh, and impersonal quality of vinyl records? The cassette edition of our album, which features a bonus track, alternate mix/master, and a variation on the artwork looks like this! White vinyl edition to come! Both on Reel Cod Records!
A blind man edited hours of footage of dance aerobics and psychedelic lights and set it to our song Saturation Complete. This was the result: