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iM News: April Update / Bringing Back The Columns

iM back with a new basestation and new columns!

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Ep. 122: 2012-04-08 – Indie Love

iM: Episode #122 features 23 tracks including new music from JAPANDROIDS, PS I LOVE YOU, BANQUET, CHAMPION LOVER, and OLD ENGLISH.

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Column: [Listen Queer] THE CLIKS – Black Tie Elevator

iM’s Julia Stead explores the musical career of THE CLIKS’ Lucas Silveria and the band’s new 2013 release.

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Skyline: 02 – FACTS

iM catches up with the Vancouver synth-heavy rockers on the roof during their first visit to The Big Smoke.

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Featured Artist: PONY GIRL

Get to know iM’s October 2013 Featured Artist ahead of a stacked Toronto bill on October 24th.

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Upcoming Release: LITTLE CHORDS – Afterlife

March 15, 2012
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When we found out Vancouver-based electronic producer TEEN DAZE was starting an ambient-tinged indie-pop side project called LITTLE CHORDS, “excited” wasn’t quite enough of an adjective to justify the sensation we were feeling.

And yet, without any sort of EP or small teaser offering to precede it, the debut LP release from LITTLE CHORDS entitled Afterlife is set to drop as a digital download via Bandcamp on March 20th.

For the most part it’s lighter guitar-fronted ambient-pop fare with synth and percussion accompaniment amid some subtle uber-reverbed vocals.

Combined together, this all sorta screams 80s VANGELIS compositions, but it’s a heck of a lot happier – check it out in-full in the embed below. Start with “Saturday” and title track “Afterlife”… seriously… do it now…

Check out LITTLE CHORDS over on Facebook HERE, or hit up a few free downloads on Bandcamp HERE.

About The Author
Ryan Stephenson Price is the co-host/producer of THE iNDiE MACHiNE; music video/commercial/feature director, photographer, designer, and journalist through his self-run STRATASFEAR PRODUCTIONS. A classically-trained & self-taught musician, Ryan is eagerly anticipating the debut of his sci-fi rock project TRIDIA which he claims will finally see the light of day in 2013 - he has been saying this every year since 2004.
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