Purveyors of: Plaintive yelps and looming - but stoppable - sonic glaciers. File next to: The Mouthbreathers, Magik Markers (you’re welcome, Matt) Playing: Thursday April 24 at Tattoo Queen West as part of the NICE festivities.
Ought are a Montreal-based four piece and are the newest additions to consistently wonderful label Constellation Records. The young band’s sound has been compared to legends Cap’n Jazz and even — gasp — Talking Heads. Their debut release More Than Any Other Day will be released upon an ill-prepared populace on April 29th. Dean Williams caught up with all four members and they discussed some heavy shit, brah.
Purveyors: Heartfelt electro indie pop that is absurdly likeable File next to: The Postal Service, Tanlines, the Hidden Cameras Playing: Thursday April 24 at Tattoo Queen West for WL 596 a.k.a. NICE.
Toronto twosome Most People (ne: Brandon Gibson-DeGroote and Paul McEachern) have been gigging steadily around the GTA for a few years now, charming audiences with their slightly off-kilter electronic pop variation. There is slew of new music on the horizon from these Wavelength vets as they've decided to embrace the (slight) comeback of the cassette for a new hand-crafted EP series.
Wavelength is very proud to feature the world premiere of the first in the series, Stay Forever Here in The Night, right here on the Wavelog. We caught up with pair recently for a chat on formats, formulas and the advantages of working in small, small group.