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Two Oceans - Weaves - Weaves (CD, Album)


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  1. May 31,  · Weaves take a half ton of risks on their self-titled debut LP, but savvy listeners will expect nothing less from this colourful Canadian quartet. They smashed a hole in the wall of Toronto's DIY scene in with an EP of sweet'n'sour pop-rock gems, and .
  2. Oct 04,  · After one EP and two albums, it hasn’t gotten any easier to describe how Weaves sound. The Toronto quartet stand out on their Canadian, American .
  3. Jun 08,  · Weaves is a key figure on small but beloved Toronto-based label Buzz Records, and their unpredictably spasmodic yet undeniably pop-friendly songs have gathered them an intense worldwide fanbase, one that’s especially staggering for a band with only a .
  4. Find the video and reviews of the song TWO OCEANS by Weaves. Click here now to find out why others like this song!
  5. May 01,  · Artist: Weaves Album: Weaves Released: Style: Indie Pop Format: MP3 Kbps Size: 89 Mb. Tracklist: 01 – Tick 02 – Birds & Bees 03 – Candy 04 – Shithole 05 – Eagle 06 – Two Oceans 07 – Human 08 – Coo Coo 09 – Sentence 10 – One More 11 – Stress DOWNLOAD LINKS: RAPIDGATOR: DOWNLOAD HITFILE: DOWNLOAD.
  6. Weaves has a nice guitar tone, a few highlights and is overall a easy, fun listen, but it feels like it has no personality of its own and is very comfortable aping a bunch of different records that came out over the last decade. Good enough for an EP, but struggles to keep interest over 40 minutes.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Neon Pink Vinyl release of Weaves on Discogs. Label: Memphis Industries - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Neon Pink • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Experimental, Punk, Pop Rock/5(7).
  8. Weaves is the self-titled debut album by Weaves, released on June 17th, via Buzz Records.
  9. If you think that mixing synth-pop with lo-fi indie will no doubt result in a bad experience, perhaps you’ve never heard the music of Weaves. Hailing from Toronto, the band, founded in and driven by the creative force of Jasmyn Burke and Morgan Waters, worked on their debut album over the last two years from voice memos recorded on Burke.