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  • Yardlets were formed in the winter of 2010 by Sam Goldberg Jr. and Jeff Edwards. The two long time friends started writing songs together as an experiment.
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  • Despite being born in California's Silicon Valley to an American dad and a French Canadian mom, twin sisters Kathleen and Chantal Ambridge grew up on the opposite coast, in the city of Montreal, the place they call home.
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  • The Dears, a critically acclaimed “orchestral-pop-noir-romantique” rock'n'roll band from Montréal, is the lifework of Murray A. Lightburn. His attunement to songwriting was shaped equally by nineties rock and a broad tableau of gospel, soul, and pop music.
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  • The doomy shoegaze band No Joy began in November 2009, when guitarist/vocalist Jasamine White-Gluz was living in Los Angeles and guitarist/vocalist Laura Lloyd was living in Montreal. The pair wrote songs as long-distance collaborators until White-Gluz moved to Montreal and they could play shows together.
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  • We Are Monroe have been playing shows that are causing a stir. Aside from a handful of festival plays this past summer, dive bars are the venue of choice for the Montreal quartet as they cut their teeth, making real fans the hard way, often times with blood, sweat and beers.
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  • Sharing a fondness for sophisticated soul and pop artists like the Smiths, New Order, and Marvin Gaye, vocalist Torquil Campbell and keyboardist Chris Seligman formed Stars in Toronto.
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  • "What would an ocean be without a monster lurking in the dark? It would be like sleep without dreams." - Werner Herzog
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