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Plaster

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Hyness

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Black Suit Devil

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Yamantaka // Sonic Titan

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The Pack A.D.

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Chad VanGaalen

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Potengowski Anna Friederike

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Todd Rundgren

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Old 97's

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Needles//Pins

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Ohama

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Nicolas Horvath

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Hugo Wolf Quartet

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Heat

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Parallels

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Monica Chapman

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Alexis Baro & Pueblo Nuevo Jazz Project

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Jenny Wren and Her Borrowed Wings

Reviews for Worthy artists

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Beef Terminal

Crosscheck And Departure

MD MathesonÂ’s 4th Beef Terminal release is brought to you by Hamilton-based Worthy records (music for listening rather than profit). Crosscheck and Departure contains a mixed bag of 8 previously unreleased recordings from 1999-2000 as... read more...
By L Pounds
Jan 17, 2005

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Building Castles Out Of Matchsticks

Building Castles Out Of Matchsticks

Building castles out of matchsticks is a smorgasbord of lo-fi electronic styles bent out of shape into something pretty, poppy and memorable. Fuck the IDM. Drop the intelligent and get down with emotion. Building castles... read more...
By L Pounds
Oct 18, 2003

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Building Castles Out Of Matchsticks

It's Raining In My Bedroom

“and when I can I will build a castle that touches the clouds� This latest release (of numerous latest releases...) from Anne Sulikowski’s (Weird State in Between, Psychosomatic Climax Machine, Proximal:Distal) Building Castles Out of... read more...
By L Pounds
Jan 17, 2005

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The Lonely Flight

The Lonely Flight

The Lonely Flight is Hamilton, ON based keyboards - effects - manipulations - patchcord manipulations - micro tape manipulations - &post effects artist Scott Johnson. The Lonely Flight is ambient explorations, walls of sounds, layers... read more...
By L Pounds
Apr 25, 2004

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The Lonely Flight

Emotion.Flow

With Emotion.Flow, Hamilton-based sound artist Scott Johnson (Low Frequency Pilot, Weird State In Between) pushes his walled in ambient galaxy of swooshing sound to new dizzying and soothing heights. The music if faint, barely there... read more...
By L Pounds
Jan 17, 2005

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Phases

May '03

The Phases MAY'03 in one word could be described as atmospheric. The vibes on this record kick in tune with your inner pulse. The band's psych-improv jam style is similar to the sounds of such... read more...
By Leonna Crabbe
Jul 25, 2003

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Proximal:Distal

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This is a record (by a. sulikowski) of improvised electronic soundsheet pieces relative to therapeutic touch. Tenderness, tension, temperature, tone & texture are all explored textually through microtonal & ambient explorations. The tracks on this... read more...
By L Pounds
May 14, 2003

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The Readymades

Play their Hearts Out

Ottawa-based sound plunderphonists, the Readymades, scratch, blip, clip and contort popular love songs from the 50's to the present into completely unrecognizable brand new works of “plundered� audio art. Like many of the artists featured... read more...
By L Pounds
Aug 29, 2004

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Scottie's Cut And Paste Project

Phase 4: ScottieÂ’s Cut And Paste Project Vs. The American Propaganda M

There is something to be said about small victories that put glowing smiles on your face. Even though the real world may be a certain way, it is still perfectly legal to poke fun at,... read more...
By L Pounds
Jan 17, 2005

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The Devil In The Design

Ouput 2003

The Devil in the Design is Toronto based electronic sound artist Phil (gwyn) Ogison. Mr. Ogison has been dabbling in the electronics since 1966, toying around with draw organs, frequency generators and tape loops. In... read more...
By L Pounds
May 3, 2004

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The Devil In The Design

In The Vale Of The New Year

In The Vale of The New Year is one of those incredible records youÂ’ve never heard of. The Devil In The Design is Toronto-based artist Phil Ogison (A Pretty Sonic Splatter, Psychosomatic Sound Machine, Subduction... read more...
By L Pounds
Jan 17, 2005

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The Moral Universe Within

From Hammer To The Peg

There’s nothing I love more that ungodly popular music twisted and contorted into something so abstract & blissful sounding that it makes the hairs on J. Lo’s ass quiver “bloody muder!�. Voila!, the Moral Universe... read more...
By L Pounds
Jan 17, 2005

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Unravelled Brown Cassette Tape Lying On A Freeway

Unravelled Brown Cassette Tape Lying On A Freeway

Unravelling Brown Cassette Tape lying on a Freeway is one person: Chris Friesen. snarling from the depths of a friendly aggression is quiet, buzzy, clicky, lo-fi, hissy, fuzzy, layered in guitar, dancing, laughing, buzzy, moaning,... read more...
By L Pounds
Oct 18, 2003

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Weird State Inbetween

Harsh Winds. Many Flowers.

“No guitars were used in the creation of this music� If you were a member of the Weird State in Between and someone asked you, “what does your music sound like?�, the best response would... read more...
By L Pounds
Jan 17, 2005

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