Category Archives: Grayowl Reviews

Review – “Catalyst” – Artifiseer

reviewed by Michael Thomas The evolution of Artifiseer has been more than apparent as Ian Livingstone releases more and more recordings. But his recordings up until now have often come with a preface—they’re filled with songs Livingstone decided not to … Continue reading

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Review – Arecibo – ART THIEF

review by Chris Matei Arecibo, by Vancouverites ART THIEF, shares its name with one of the world’s largest radio telescopes: a massive white eye staring out of the middle of a Puerto Rican jungle at the ionosphere and the vastness … Continue reading

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Review – “Sludge” – Fantasy Creeps

reviewed by Jack Derricourt Here come the fantasy creeps They’re all around you . . . -Uncle Bob The sludge is strong with this one: Fantasy Creeps, forged in Victoria, BC, and given breath by way of the internet wizards. … Continue reading

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Review – “Sunstroke” – Copilots

reviewed by Michael Thomas After a long slumber, Copilots have dusted off their aircraft and retooled for an entirely new journey. And they’ve got a sixth co-pilot making sure their flight takes off okay. That is Jesse Zubot, who produced … Continue reading

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Review – “Arcticalia” – Andrew Sisk

reviewed by Laura Stanley  I’m hypocritical, apathetic when it’s cold outside. The darkest winter, I feel political. – Andrew Sisk Andrew Sisk’s Arcticalia is made up of nine individual protests whose topics range anywhere from corruption, change, love. Instrumentally, throughout … Continue reading

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Review – “The Great Escape” – Devarrow

review by Chris Matei At a moment in musical history when cheery folk-alternative balladeers are increasingly veering in more experimental and modern directions (see the avant-garde balletic futurism of Patrick Watson’s latest Love Songs for Robots or the darker, exploratory … Continue reading

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Review – “A Part of My Inheritance” – Heraclitus Akimbo

reviewed by Jack Derricourt the way upward and the way downward is one and the same – Heraclitus The world is an echo box, filled with friends and rivals. At least, that’s how it seems to be, filtered through the sounds … Continue reading

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