Live Review On Cadence Mag »

But at their best, they deftly weave shimmering guitar lines with some honest-to-goodness organic synth tones, wrapped in songs that stay in your head long after you’ve heard them. They were easily the best act of the night. [Read The Full Review] Thanks Cadence!
Posted by: clay on November 29, 2011 @ 5:35 pm
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Huddle’s elusive fires. Album Review »

The album clashes and tightens. There’s rhythm and clarity, complexity and calmness, and eerie and majestic chords playing while the vocals shine like a full moon cast on a still lake. You can’t mistake the labour that was involved with the production of this album – you can tell this was no trivial creation and […]
Posted by: clay on @ 5:29 pm
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Off the Clock Presents: David Lucas! »

Or Handsome Dave as we like to refer to him. Our practices are a lot of fun, and they’re only getting easier and more fun with each passing week. It’s a very opinionated group (not just musically) but luckily we’re laughing far more than we’re disagreeing, so it works out. I think a sign of […]
Posted by: clay on @ 5:27 pm
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Cadence Mag Interview with Mark! »

An awesome in-depth interview with Mark (while he preps for the death of Clay in the Muskokas) by Asif Hameed for Cadence Mag. I’m kind of new to this world of music despite the fact that I’ve been playing music forever, and I’m just loving it – I’m really appreciative of being in a position […]
Posted by: clay on November 28, 2011 @ 7:42 pm
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All These Fires review! »

This album sounds like it should be the background track for a really long car commercial – it’s just that right mix of mellow and catchy that brings to mind the way landscapes flash by through the window. Full review here. Thanks Dessa Bayrock at The Cascade!
Posted by: clay on @ 7:37 pm
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