Toronto's The Seams features members of Fake Palms, Elsa, and U.S. Girls, and make the kind of ringing guitar pop you would hear a lot on college radio in the '80s. The cover art to their debut album, Meet the Seams, features an illustration of the band wearing R.E.M. and Stone Roses t-shirts, another good indication of the kind of music they make.
Greys' Repulsion EP is out now on Carpark. It's three songs that are all pretty different: there's the catchy garage punk of "The Voyeur," the sludgy "I'd Hate To Be An Actor," and the snarky post-hardcore of "Nothing Means Anyth...
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