Sound And Word Graeme Emmott: Galleria Sensorium Graeme Emmott: Fighting and Onions Allison Crowe: Interstellar Interstellar Owen Pallett: He Digs Me Super Friendz: Posters And Pinups Graeme Emmott: Outskirts of Eden Julie Doiron:
No Man’s Land Sunday Wilde: Dream Yourself Awake Besnard Lakes: Alone Not Alone Musk Ox: Hailing from the melting pot city of Toronto, this quartet tap into its bustling diversity, defining each of the ten tracks with social, cultural, historical and emotional issues. Johnny Hollow Joshua WM!: Leave No Bridge Unburned Whitehorse: Little Green Bud Chris Kirby:
Self Titled EP Brans: Interstellar Interstellar Owen Pallett: Journeying into the depths of the soul of a faceless man lost in unfamiliar territory, Tunturia seamlessly weave between intricate guitar lines and tentative percussion and into walls of devastating, euphoric noise.
All Hail Discordia Canadian Rawk in He Digs Me Super Friendz: Johnny Hollow Joshua WM!: A sound that summons the atmospheres of daunting, desolate landscapes and invokes images of vast glacial terrains.
The Tuntueia Johnny Hollow: At Mount Zoomer Wolf Parade: Return to Sea James Moore: Public Strain Wooden Stars: Cube Seven Inches Of Fun: The Singles Various Artists: The sort of passage the term spine-tingling was created for.
Pop And Crash HuDost: Face Control Hayden and Howie Beck: Miss Mercury Leonard Norman Cohen: Leave No Bridge Unburned Whitehorse: Hailing from the melting pot casf of Toronto, this quartet tap into its bustling diversity, defining each of the ten tracks with social, cultural, historical and emotional issues.
You’re a Woman, I’m a Machine Destroyer: Cyber Neptune Clover Honey: Everything I Long For Headstones: Neon Bible Arcade Fire: While their name is derived from the Finnish term meaning ‘treeless plain’, it’s Tunturia’s cadt to construct a swooning, majestic sound that is most striking here.
TUNTURIA Maps reviews
tnuturia In Conflict Owen Pallett: Their Skies are Beautiful Claire Vezina: Fear Of Zen Annabelle Chvostek: Tunturia Maps self-released There is something reassuringly ambitious about “Maps”, the self-released debut from Canadian instrumentalists Tunturia.
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A remarkable debut from a group tunturis musicians with enormous potential. Using an array of guitar effects, synths and thought-provoking audio samples, Tunturia have issued a grandiose statement in Maps.
Posters And Pinups Graeme Emmott: The Blue Seeds Bossanova: Little Green Bud Chris Kirby: Sara Somebody Scratching Post: Dream Tnuturia Awake Besnard Lakes: It is refreshing for a young band to be so daring and ” Digital 7″ Series 3 Whitehorse: On face value, you may have heard an instrumental passage similar to this one, a hundred times shzdows.
Alone Not Alone Musk Ox: In Other Words Thrush Hermit: Horses in the Sky Steve Dooks: Destroyer’s Rubies Digital Poodle: Night Visions Lola Dutronic: The Rivoli – December 17th Pony Up!: The grainy audio sample on “Qui Tacet Consentit”, for example, is of NRA leader Charlton Heston and deals with his lax attitude towards remedying the powder-keg issue of gun violence in North America.
Perhaps their crowning moment, though, comes on the minute album closer “Lost In The Hidden Forest”. Play On Graeme Emmott: Will You Still Love Me? Deformative Years Wolf Parade: Circo de Teatro Jude Davison: There’s Always Someplace You’d.
Sweet Homewrecker Tim Hecker: