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We Are Still

by Cordcalling

"We are Still" is a bold throwback to "old-school" musical recording. Reclaiming the natural, warm atmosphere of sound art, the album has recieved positive reviews from media and fans and has made it onto Canadian college radio top 3 charts.
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Cordcalling, husband-and-wife art rock duo based in London, ON, is "doing more with less" (Jason Schneider of Kitchener ON's The Record). "Marching to the beat of their own drum," this raw, creative duo are releasing their latest album, "We are Still," which is a bold throwback to "old-school" musical recording, mixing, and Mastering. Recording onto magnetic tape and mixing with analog gear is somewhat of a lost art form, so they worked with experienced engineers Matt Grady and Kyle Ashbourne of London, ON’s award-winning EMAC Studios, who had the expertise and the equipment necessary to carry out their unique vision. EMAC Studio’s head engineer, Matt Grady, expressed his excitement about working on this unconventional album: he remarked that the project forced him (in a good way) to use the most analog gear that he has ever used on an LP. The duo was so committed to their organic mission that they found one of the only studios that Masters albums using analog equipment, Los Angeles’ Capsule Labs, and pressed their songs onto vinyl. “We are Still” stands out amidst a digitally saturated market, reclaiming the natural, warm atmosphere of sound art that stands the test of time. The LP has already caught the interest of local media, including London’s SCENE Magazine, Our London, and The Londoner. John Sharpe at SCENE Magazine appraises the musical arrangements on “We are Still” as “hav[ing] evolved since [Cordcalling’s] latest release ‘Obsessed by the Light’”; he describes their newest album’s sound as the “same punk/rock/grunge sound with a lot more polish.” “We are Still is available on vinyl, CD, and digital formats. Released in April, 2017, the album has already made it to the top 3 charts on Canadian college radio and is booked for a "Beyond Mainstream" feature on K106.3 FM.

“We are Still” follows Cordcalling’s earlier dynamic full-length CD “Obsessed by the Light” and power-packed EP “When I Scream.” Cordcalling’s showcase at Canadian Music Week solidified their musical potential, where they shared the bill with such acclaimed acts as Sloan. Receiving airplay from London's Best Rock FM 96 and charting positions on Canadian college radio; press, such as The National Post and Canadian Musician Magazine; and performances at top venues, including Toronto’s The Horseshoe Tavern, further demonstrates the power and determination of this duo. Cordcalling’s success is evident in the support they have received from The London Music Awards, of which they are one of the most nominated bands and included among the live ceremony performers. They have also been nominated numerous years for Fan Favorite in the Jack Richardson London Music Awards. Cordcalling’s critics share the opinion that the musical outfit is unique and innovative. James Reaney remarks about Cordcalling's "compact, high-energy songs" that Cordcalling have "a style of their own" (London Free Press, London, ON). Chris Montanini of The Londoner (London, ON), agrees with that reflection and writes, "It's hard to pin down the grunge-esque rock duo Cordcalling". This view is also shared by Dave Clarke: "Cordcalling manages to mix punk, psych, grunge and Goth” (SCENE Magazine, London, ON).



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