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To our faithful listeners,

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We're back! We're posting songs from our new EP "If Time is Not Linear, Why Can't I Forget the Past?"

Keep up with us for more free downloads :)
posted 4 months ago
Part song, part experimental tech-art piece, Toronto’s cinematic indie-pop/rock duo W I N C H E S T E R reveal their debut single Last Day of the Year taken from their forthcoming EP, “If Time is Not Linear Why Can’t I Forget the Past?”. The high-tech visual and audio experience is the product of the unbridled collision of the pair’s backgrounds in architecture, classical music, coding, visual art, DJing, and design. Together, Canadian artists Lauren Austin and Montgomery de Luna forge an atmospheric sonic pallette brought to life by an equally hybrid video art piece that blurs the line between computation, projection mapping, photography, and still life.

A refreshing, genre-bending composition of dark-alley dance beats, pop hooks, luscious synths, and ferocious guitars, songs from the W I N C H E S T E R debut have been described as, “epic tracks” by Velvet Rope Magazine’s editor Care Finch, stating, “this is certainly a band that I can get into”. Despite only releasing their first single now, their informal demos have already garnered the attention of Velvet Rope, the Indie Rock Playlist, ongeKunsteld, 88.3 CJIQ’s Indie Rock Invasion Show, Bells Brigade, Coast2Coast Mixtapes... (+) expand
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fuzzyorangebug (level 37) wrote:
It's been a long time. Welcome back! I am sure you will find a wider audience for your tunes now. The site has returned to a bit of its former glory.
4 months ago