New Canadiana :: First Nations – Wand


Stewing in the northern isolation of Grand Prairie, First Nations’ popular brew sharply morphed into an ambitious platter of cross-provincial musicalia after lead singer Derek Janzen darted westward. Derek’s dark velvet vocals are layered over ambitious mountains of rural mystics and sprawling piano pop while a dense harmonium and brooding kick hold Wand‘s ritual to pace. The album is a highly imaginative journey through Alberta’s north, British Columbia’s vacant island, and Canada’s penchant for immortalizing creative brilliance on crisp discs of plastic-wrapped digital mirrors. This really should have come out of Calgary.

[audio:http://weirdcanada.com/binary/firstnations-bells.mp3|titles=First Nations – Cathedral Bells] First Nations – Cathedral Bells
[audio:http://weirdcanada.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/05-Skeletundra-II.mp3|titles=First Nations – Skeletundra II] First Nations – Skeletundra II




file under: british columbia, compact disc, New Canadiana.

birthed: 2011-02-23

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