Torontonian by way of Barcelona, J Mann’s third release Ten Animals creates ambience and romance, contrasting themes of partnership, competition and social commentary through scenic forest folk tunes and audible season changes. It’s washy watercolour pallette is perfect for a late June afternoon. Get in the loop!
Just in time for Ontario’s chilly fall weather, escape to a warmer place with Sarnia indie surf dreampop Electric Wave’s The Human Condition. They may be young, but their second release has a lot going for it, especially if you’d like to hear Sugar Ray on Valium and have ever wondered what a watercolour painting would sound like. Dylan talks about the horrors of radio music cycles at his new job, and Jess discovers where shoegaze came from. PWYC at http://electricwaves.bandcamp.com/ Get in the loop!!!