March 28, 2020

Review: Black Cloud EP

April 7, 2015 Alibi Pierce 0

If it seems like every other review we’ve done lately covers an act from Winnipeg, you’re definitely tracking right. With acts like Living Hour and Vampires pumping out great lo-fi sounds inspired by some of

whirr: a reflection on shoegaze

September 17, 2014 Oskar Thompson 2

[embedyt]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dOYVjIKeSyA[/embedyt] the short: to be clear sway is whirr‘s best album to date. at least my favorite. it’s introspective it’s reflective. it’s self-loathing and obsessed (with noise distortion and reverb as sound… but-no-one-will-listen-to-us-play-one-chord-for-a-half-hour-so-we-better-write-songs obsessed). this

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