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JUNE NEWSLETTER

Hello lovers and other strangers,

We’ve got some fantastic things to tell you about. First off, there are some great shows this week that you’ll wanna be at.

What: Morlove CD Release party with The DoneFors
Date: Thursday, June 24th
Venue: The Rivoli, 332 Queen Street West, Toronto, ON, (416) 977-5082 (www.rivoli.ca)
Details: MorLove come to Toronto from the West Coast right before the mayhem of G20 to release their very beautiful and addictive album All of My Lakes Lay Frozen Over with a live show – and we’ll be the honoured locals opening the night. You can check out the whole album at www.morlove.ca – and you’ll want to. It’s been on repeat in our homes for the last few months. Truly a special piece of art/music.
Time: 9pm – 12pm
Tickets: PWYC, suggested $10
Facebook event: http://www.facebook.com/#!/event.php?eid=129477030409546


What: The DoneFors in Newmarket
Date: Saturday, June 26th
Venue: The Grey Goat, 74 Main Street, Newmarket, (905) 895-7902
Details: All DoneFors, All night long!Time: 9:30pm – 1pmTickets: Free

Currently we’re writing new songs which will appear on our next album to be recorded this fall under the guidance of João Carvalho as producer and Michael Phillip Wojewoda in the mixing chair. We’re so thrilled about this project and can’t wait for all of the magic to begin. A new website coming very soon will hold more details on how YOU can get involved, too!Much love and thanks for your continued support. Until the next time.ponies,janine, paul, liam and brian


MORLOVE:

“British Columbia-based duo Morlove create intricate, acoustic folk songs, but on All of My Lakes Lay Frozen Over, their sound is touched by engaging, unexpected pop nuances as well. Vocalists and multi-instrumentalists Emily Brown and Corwin Fox complement each other well, brushing gently against each other as writers and tastefully restrained singers. Along with near-lullabies like the title track, there are neatly arranged tunes like “Falcon” and “Relative Chemistries,” which are propelled by interesting rhythms, strings and floating horns. The lyricism is evocative yet mysterious, presented in high-range voices that are practically angelic. There are jazz and post-rock leanings within things like “Old Perfume,” and “When You Come Down” has the frontier shuffle of Calexico coursing through it. All told, there’s a unique depth to Morlove’s debut record, which sidles up to the edge of the unknown abyss, with its palm safely grasping the handrail.”

– Exclaim! Magazine