Interview: Sea Oleena

(Photo: Arnold Frolics)

Last September, just before the release of her third album Shallow, Charlotte Loseth, the embodiment of the ever-growing and shifting, yet no less ethereal musical project known as Sea Oleena,  agreed to answer a handful of questions for Murmur, ranging from album talk, to plant talk.

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Listen: James Irwin – “Everything Passed Me By”

Written by Sarvenaz Amir-E.

There are memories hiding everywhere in the city. If they were all on paper, there would be piles and piles of them; stacked up on the corner of a street, in an alleyway, under a tree, or behind a wall.  Continue reading

Album Review: Alexia Avina – Kind Forest EP

Written by Sarvenaz Amir-E.

A gentle whisper wakes you from a restful slumber. It follows you into a sunlit kitchen, blends in with the whistling of a kettle, and whirls into your favourite mug, as soft morning light floods in through the windows. Continue reading

Playlist: MURMUR x SUONI per il POPOLO ’14

We’ve put together a playlist to go accompany Montreal’s fantastic month-long festival, Suoni per il Popolo

On it, you’ll find tracks by local artists including Each Other, Freelove Fenner and Nanimal alongside the mind-melting Perfect Pussy, Halifax-rockers Cousins and the serene Young Magic. Continue reading

Your guide to: Friday @ NXNE

Our recommendations for today at NXNE include an array of jizz-jazz-erful rock ballads and more experimental electronic music. Read on to see what shows we suggest you catch.

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Your guide to: Thursday @ NXNE

NXNE’s lineup tonight is so unreal that we couldn’t resist recommending you a couple extra shows to check out. Montreal artists are on heavy rotation tonight in Toronto at both the Pop Montreal and Passovah showcases – make sure to catch one of them! Continue reading

Your guide to: Wednesday @ NXNE

With hundreds of events in only a few days, it is overwhelming to decide what bands to see at NXNE. We’ve made it easier for you, and picked our top five for each day. Here are our picks for Wednesday, June 18th.

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