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11.17.2014 | 35 days ago | Posted at 04:24 AM
By Evan Rytlewski
The heyday of the one-man experimental bedroom project is over. Interest in this stuff peaked several years ago, when a corp of bloggers (some of them writing for Pitchfork’s affiliate site Altered Zones) scoured the Internet, eager to share any unusual lo-fi oddities they came across. But eventually the supply began to dwarf the demand. Previously overzealous bloggers gradually stopped updating...
02.18.2014 | | Posted at 12:30 PM
By Evan Rytlewski
If we know one thing about Canopies it's that they don't work fast. It's been nearly three years since the Milwaukee psych-pop group released its head-turning self-titled EP, a kaleidoscopic swirl of modern sounds realized through vintage instruments, and they're only just now following it up with a new single. At least it was worth the wait: "Miss You Now" is an effusive synth-pop jam that's as c...

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