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Volume 1: special edition

We’re very proud to offer a very special edition repress of our first album “Volume I.”

This release is limited to 600 copies and is signed by Olga and Jace on the inner LP sleeve and numbered on the jacket. This deluxe package is double gatefold and has been hit with a UV gloss. Once these are gone, they are gone, so get yours now while quantities still last.

You can get it on our store.
It is also available in Montreal at Phonopolis and L’Oblique.

 

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New EP: You Lived In the City

We wrote music for Welcome to Pine Point, a multimedia documentary that combines video footage, artwork, photographs and music on a web interface.

The songs we contributed will be available via 12″ EP on september 22. It will be available at our upcoming tour dates and by mail order from JagJaguwar.

More info in the Music section

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New US/Canada tour with Malajube, Soft Province

We are going back on the road this fall with Malajube and The Soft Province.
Check the tour section for all the info.

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Sympathy for Delicious soundtrack

We wrote music for Sympathy for Delicious, Mark Ruffalo’s directorial debut. It will be released on June 7th on Lakeshore records.

http://sympathyfordelicious.com
http://www.facebook.com/SympathyforDelicious

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The Soft Province

The debut album from Jace’s side project, THE SOFT PROVINCE, is out today!

It was recorded partially by Jace at Breakglass Studios in Montreal, and partially by Mike over a period of two years in Regina, Canada. In August of 2008, Mike flew to Montreal armed only with a 12-string Fender Coronado and over thirty different recordings of song ideas and loose structures. Jace helped to organize, edit and arrange the album, adding extra instrumentation and finally, vocals. In November 2008, they mixed the album at Breakglass. The final product digs into the duo’s love of layering sounds and instruments, and using the studio as a way to achieve it.

Drawing on Mike and Jace’s love of the pop song and long repetitive drones, the album spans the distance between the concise pop song structure of Francoise Hardy and the psychedelic organ drones of Broadcast. Guests include Jace’s wife and Besnard Lakes band mate, Olga Goreas, Max Henry (Suuns, Young Galaxy) and Jonathan Cummins’ 1965 Fender Jazzmaster.

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You can buy the CD on the online store, or a digital copy on iTunes.

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