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Old 12-30-2006, 01:21 PM   #16
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hmm...

they've certainly expanded, but i wouldn't really call them all that diverse.

would you?
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I really like the song from the video, thanks!

It's always great to hear some fresh, new music.
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Old 12-30-2006, 02:34 PM   #18
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hmm...

they've certainly expanded, but i wouldn't really call them all that diverse.

would you?
I think that the signed artists have been able to develop their own material enough to create more distinction within the collective (which had not happened at the time of my first critique). There is more difference between the introverted stylings of Stars and the mob-sized sounds of Broken Social Scene... while the acoustic soul of the label in Collett and Apostle of Hustle is branching out as well. The momentum generated by newer members like Phoenix, and the addition of pronounced solo careers from mainstays like Feist and Amy Milan will produce a more varied label. Overall, the "Canadian" genre is becoming a more elusive thing to underpin, which I think is of benefit to both the artists and the listeners... it eliminates the lameness of pre-conception and expectation.

If we could only do something about the CRTC...

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WOW im so shocked someone mentioned this band. ha.

I actually know people in the band.

anyway, I'm a fan of there music, glad to see others are as well.
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I'm in love with this band (as well as many of the other A&C artists). I saw them open for Metric earlier this year and I just loved their energy, enthusiasm, and unconventional-ness.

I'll be in TO in February; I'll definitely check out Criminal Records.
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