Lead by Songwriter Chloé Soldevila, it is music to be blasted from car speakers and at parties, a communal experience intended to be shared, the kind of emotional catharsis that can pack a dance floor—sometimes even packing the stage as well. Creatively incorporating aspects that can vary from Dream pop, dance music and Krautrock, it is music that will stick with you, that will live inside your brain, that will become a part of you forever. Music that refuses to be ignored. Anemone is Chloé Soldevila, Miles Dupire-Gagnon, Gabriel Lambert, Zachary Irving and Samuel Gemme.
"Montreal’s Corridor take familiar elements but assemble and scramble them in a way you may not have heard before. There’s a twin-guitar interplay that recalls the late-’70s mutant new wave of XTC, The dB’s and The Feelies, with a sense of melody that shows a love of ‘60s psychedelia and sunshine pop. Putting a hometown twist on things, Corridor sing entirely en français. Don’t let that put you off though: the creativity and abundance of killer tunes found on their acid-baked 2017 album Supermercado breaks through the language barrier. Corridor are even better live, with a real joie de rock that knows no borders — guitars slash, harmonies soar, bodies a constant blur." Brooklyn Vegan
Cagework started as a bedroom project in the South West of England and it slowly got out of hand. So out of hand, in fact, that it became a band.
Taking inspiration from odd, lo-fi indie, post-hardcore and early emo, with smatterings of avant-garde folk, the band drew these somewhat disparate influences together to create an equally juxtaposed sound; dissonant, atonal and yet somehow hook-driven.
Coming into Autumn, amidst growing global anxiety and fidgetiness of their own, a release began to take shape. The band recorded six tracks to a length of just under 15 minutes in their makeshift basement studio.