For the etudiants among us, Underground Sounds welcomes you to the city, to school and especially, to discover the greater communities you may one day contribute to. Now…
Tune in Monday soirees for your local dose of yams, jams and hams as your host Nick Schofield guides you through the inner-city soundscapes, from electronic to indie to wtf-else.
Tonight, as always, we hit the airwaves relentlessly from 8-10pm, with special in-studio performances and interviews courtesy of Neil Holyoak and Boundary. Tune in, kids.
Written by Courtney Paolicchi
On their third album, PS I Love You have created their own unique style of modernized rock in For Those Who Stay. While vocalist Paul Saulnier has a coarseness to his voice, the band chooses to downplay the vocals in favour of the instrumental parts, especially guitar. This pays off greatly in offsetting Saulnier’s high voice, balancing out the songs. The lyrics are understated in a way that compliments the music’s composition, though inhibits the narrative of the songs. The calculated discord of For Those Who Stay marks the band’s place as a forerunner of modern rock.