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Ep. 122: 2012-04-08 – Indie Love

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Featured Artist: PONY GIRL

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Editor Picks:

New Release: MODERN SUPERSTITIONS – School Days / Way I Want 7″

May 31, 2012

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Female-fronted Toronto-based garage-rock outfit MODERN SUPERSTITIONS have been busy as of late. Though the quartet put out their self-titled debut EP back in the fall of 2010, earlier this week they released their latest 7″ offering, School Days / Way I Want, via Last Gang Records.

School Days has some fun muffled bass riffing and mid-tone-heavy clean guitar work that play off well alongside frontwoman Nyssa Rosaleen’s vocals, while Way I Want is a little more laid back in comparison, though it could seemingly still incite some crowd-chanting during the choruses at a live show – check them out in the embed below.

The band may be spending all the free time prepping for a NXNE showcase on June 16th, but the official Toronto release show for their new 7″ goes down tonight at The Garrison where MODERN SUPERSTITIONS hit the stage alongside friends CHANG-A-LANG and MICHAEL RAULT – come out and enjoy the fun rock!

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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