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SACCADES (The KVB Solo Project) — S/T

August 2, 2017 Mike D 0

Last Friday, Nicholas Wood released his solo album under the moniker SACCADES, a self titled LP on Fuzz Club Records. The Berlin based musician is best known for making up one half of the synth/post

In Light Of — Little Treasures

December 22, 2016 Nick McGrail 0

The unique duo of Jason Greenberg and Sandy Johnston–together known as In Light Of, an up-and-coming post-rock project–composed their entire EP, Little Treasures, from separate parts of Canada by sharing their respective contributions with each

Novanta — Hello We’re Not Enemies

August 2, 2016 Alibi Pierce 3

Milan-based producer Manfredi Lamartina, AKA Novanta, spent some time in Iceland last year and walked away moved by his experience. “Iceland seems a little piece of paradise with breathtaking landscapes and a general feeling of

Review: Sounds of Sputnik — New Born

June 8, 2015 Alibi Pierce 2

In February of 2014 Ukraine was in the throes of revolution. The nation’s Russia-backed president was removed from office, an interim government was formed, and Ukraine’s 2004 constitution which granted fewer powers to the executive

Review: Tape Runs Out

April 28, 2015 Alibi Pierce 0

Hailing from Cambridge (the OG UK spot–not our own Massachusetts), Tape Runs Out is a five piece indie act with a new single out on Ear to Ear Records. Actually, let’s call it a double

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

Review: mobdividual

June 27, 2014 Alibi Pierce 0

As this cough will choke me, I implore you to have my body opened, so that I may not be buried alive. These are said to be among composer Frédéric Chopin’s final written words in

Review: SOUND|STUDIES

January 9, 2014 Alibi Pierce 3

They say emo is making a comeback, and I tend to believe it. In today’s world of hyper-information and free-for-all adaptation and modification, trends seemingly swing around and repeat more and more quickly. What once

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