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+ Donato Wharton - Body Isolations
+ Svalastog - Woodwork
+ Tim Hecker - Harmony In Ultraviolet
+ Rosy Parlane - Jessamine
+ Jarvis Cocker - The Jarvis Cocker Record
+ Múm - Peel Session
+ Deloris - Ten Lives
+ Minimum Chips - Lady Grey
+ Badly Drawn Boy - Born In The U.K.
+ The Hold Steady - Boys And Girls Together
+ The Blood Brothers - Young Machetes
+ The Places - Songs For Creeps
+ Camille - Le Fil
+ Wolf Eyes - Human Animal
+ Christina Carter - Electrice
+ The Decemberists - The Crane Wife
+ Junior Boys - So This Is Goodbye
+ Various Artists - Musics In The Margin
+ Rafael Toral - Space
+ Bob Dylan - Modern Times
+ Excepter - Alternation
+ Chris Thile - How To Grow A Woman From The Ground
+ Brad Mehldau - Live in Japan
+ M Ward - Post-War
+ Various Artists - Touch 25
+ The Mountain Goats - Get Lonely
+ The White Birch - Come Up For Air
+ Camera Obscura - Let's Get Out of This Country
+ Coachwhips - Double Death
+ Various Artists - Tibetan And Bhutanese Instrumental And Folk Music, Volume 2
+ Giuseppe Ielasi - Giuseppe Ielasi
+ Cex - Actual Fucking
+ Sufjan Stevens - The Avalanche
+ Leafcutter John - The Forest And The Sea
+ Carla Bozulich - Evangelista
+ Barbara Morgenstern - The Grass Is Always Greener
+ Robin Guthrie - Continental
+ Peaches - Impeach My Bush
+ Oakley Hall - Second Guessing
+ Klee - Honeysuckle
+ The Court & Spark - Hearts
+ TV On The Radio - Return To Cookie Mountain
+ Awesome Color - Awesome Color
+ Jenny Wilson - Love And Youth
+ Asobi Seksu - Citrus
+ Marsen Jules - Les Fleurs
+ The Moore Brothers - Murdered By The Moore Brothers
+ Regina Spektor - Begin To Hope
+ The 1900s - Plume Delivery EP
+ Alejandro Escovedo - The Boxing Mirror
+ Function - The Secret Miracle Fountain
+ Sonic Youth - Rather Ripped
+ Loscil - Plume
+ Boris - Pink
+ Deadboy And The Elephantmen - We Are Night Sky
+ Glissandro 70 - Glissandro 70
+ Calexico - Garden Ruin (Review #2)
+ Calexico - Garden Ruin (Review #1)
+ The Flaming Lips - At War With The Mystics
+ The Glass Family - Sleep Inside This Wheel
+ Various Artists - Songs For Sixty Five Roses
+ The Fiery Furnaces - Bitter Tea
+ Motorpsycho - Black Hole/Blank Canvas
+ The Red Krayola - Introduction
+ Metal Hearts - Socialize
+ American Princes - Less And Less
+ Sondre Lerche And The Faces Down Quartet - Duper Sessions
+ Supersilent - 7
+ Band Of Horses - Everything All The Time
+ Dudley Perkins - Expressions
+ Growing - Color Wheel
+ Red Carpet - The Noise Of Red Carpet
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+ Espers - II
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In Montréal's suddenly-hyped music scene, tangible musical links b'tween the Québeçois post-rockers of yore (Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Do Make Say Think, Hangedup) and the way-popular post-rockers/punkers of the ought-five (The Arcade Fire, Wolf Parade) have been scarce. The closest the Old Zero Kanada has come to conjoining with the celebrated New Guard of the Great Canadian Rock Renaissance has been in Valley of the Giants, where Broken Social Scenesters and members of the army of Godspeed! bunkered down in a country house and dangled some of those willowy guitar-lines out over a dry desert soundtrack — even if that was, in the bigger picture, more a meeting in the wilderness b'tween Toronto and Montréal. Yet, in all their symphonic tinkling and postmodernist, instrumentalist klang, Bell Orchestre land smack in b'tween the previously-disparate camps, led by Arcade Fire carrot-top Richard Reed Napoleon Perry, and featuring his AF homie Sarah Neufeld, and seemingly being largely inspired by the dynamic dynamics fore'er crescendo'd by the Constellation famile. Making an honest woman out of their moniker, the band do feature bells, though they're more of the tinkling than the tolling type; and the Orchestre also do plenty of tuned percussion, percussion, strings, and guitar-strings. Their record runs through a range of instrumentalist archetypes and quietly surprising turns-for-the-worse, from electrified screech to tape-op minimalism, through pastoralism and soundscapery, to numbers where they knock out all manner of feigned sturm und drang. It's a fairly fine example of considered/conceited art-school score-writing/settling, but if it gains any acclaim outside of the regular no-singing ghettos it'll be b'cause of the Certified-Gold! rockband dayjobs Perry and Neufeld do outside of the Orchestre.


by Anthony Carew




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