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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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  • Montreal’s Elephant Stone was formed in 2009 by sitarist/bassist Rishi Dhir. As one of the most highly sought out sitar players...
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  • “Electronic Tribal Space Rock”, “Chilly-N-Synthy-Dark-Disco”, and “Shaded Retro Electro”, are just some of the ways reviewers have described
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  • What began as a fluke meeting between a Quebec-born guitarist/songwriter and an Australian singer has rapidly morphed into a tight-knit band of bandits.
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  • You can’t reinvent your voice any more than you can reinvent a wheel, but you can sure as hell make sure it’s not just rolling around in circles. Which is to say, this is Mat Joly like you’ve never heard him before...
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  • Montreal band Solids went to school with bands from the 90s, like Sonic Youth, Dinosaur Jr and Superchunk. Formed by Xavier Germain-Poitras (guitar) and Louis Guillemette (drums)...
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  • AroarA is the new duo from Montreal’s Andrew Whiteman (Broken Social Scene founding member, Apostle of Hustle) and Ariel Engle. They play amplified cigar box guitars and use a 404 sampler to trigger mellotrons and Black Sabbath bells.
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  • Their diligence about vocal harmonies and songwriting made them more akin to the singer-songwriter heyday of mid 1970s’ California than to Montreal's indie movement, and this is how they unintentionally set themselves apart. Their name was, and still is, Ladies of the Canyon.
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