There was nary a prevailing pattern to be found in the music that crossed our desks in September, but that’s fine by us, as we like to consider our coverage genre-agnostic. From the bummed-out fuzz bombs of Vancouver’s Weed to the electronic mope of Montreal’s Chevalier Avant Garde and a mind-blowing archival dig from Hamilton’s hallowed proto-punks Simply Saucer, last month had enough to keep our grippers’ mitts full and then some. Enjoy six standouts below, and click each link for the full post!
Weed – Deserve (Couple Skate, Vancouver, BC)
“For the newcomer, this record is a high-fidelity gateway into Weed’s sonic universe. For the aficionado, it’s a long-awaited long-play debut, one that gives the band the space and sound they deserve.” – Bryce Warnes