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Ohmno
2016-Current
Drone pop superstars; Jazzmaster triple-threat.



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Keratoid
2014-Current
Shoecore hydra, less one head.



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LIPP
2011-2013
Shoecore hydra.



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Peeder
2010-2012
Irreverent noise-blues.



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Pacific Trash Vortex
2008-2010
Poppified noise/drone rockers with shoegaze leanings.



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WeLove
2005-2008
Pushing their Rocktronic sound out to anyone with ears, WeLove likes to keep things greasy and bouncing.



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Crown
2002-2003
Jangley garage rockers with a love of groove delivering layers of melodic niuance, heavy rythmns and a touch of trash.



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The Corporation
2000-2007
An outspoken punk rock reggae trio from Scarborough. Spitting teeth and power chords fueled by socio-political indignation.




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Slowhand & Gomer
2001; 2003
Suburban slowjam blues.




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Elektravision
1998-2001
A band with no rhyme, reason or direction; a loose free-for-all rat king with no 2 songs in the same genre.

Also known for a time as Freddie Miller, Frequency Modulation or just FM, Elektravision started out as four highschool buds who had nothing better to do during winter break other than to act upon their mutual love of Tom Petty, Lou Reed and Tom Verlaine. The group was composed of Max Edward on lead guitar, Cameron Pulley on rhythm guitar and vocals on the songs that had any, Mark (MDogg) McDonald on bass and backing vocals, and Granny on drums and backing vocals.

Max was already an accomplished hobby recordist, and in the winter of 1998, Elektravision pooled their resources to rent an 8 track cassette recorder and some microphones to record some songs in his basement. Going Home and Saigon were released on the Associate Records Grand Openning compilation CD, which also contained Theme from Matt Blair Five (by the Matt Blair Five) which was recorded in the same weekend session by Max. Cardio-Pulminary Spasm was also recorded at this session but never released. It was during one of the late nights of this session that Max nicknamed Granny as Slowhand due to his unresponsiveness to verbal interaction, juxtaposed by his timely playing.

Though many live recordings of varying, and often questionable, quality do exist (from various house party shows and jam sessions) the only other formal recordings made by Elektravision were over March Break 1999 in Granny's basement, this time on a laptop and not a rented 8 track. The vocals were not laid down on the day of the session; they were overdubed the next weekend by MDogg and Granny, when nobody else was paying attention.


Going Home
Saigon
Cardio-pulminary Spasm
Theme from Matt Blair Five
Melting Hand
Olde Tyme Ballade

| MP3 | 160kbps | 3.59MB | 3:08 |
| MP3 | 160kbps | 2.90MB | 2:32 |
| MP3 | 160kbps | 1.14MB | 1:00 |
| MP3 | 160kbps | 5.04MB | 4:24 |
| MP3 | 160kbps | 4.34MB | 3:47 |
| MP3 | 160kbps | 4.22MB | 3:41 |



All Songs written, performmed and produced by Elektravision
Except Theme from Matt Blair Five, written and performmed by The Matt Blair Five
Going Home features vocals by Kate McGee
Melting Hand features keyboards by Gomer Pyle
Cardio-pulminary Spasm features the laughter of Jordana Ross
Recorded and mixed by Max Edward, assisted by Granny Gremlin






The Slowhand Project
1997-2004
Granny's original solo project, once described as "Etheral, with deadly noir elements."



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