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Dylan Khotin-Foote’s assignment was simple: pull together anything under the sun. And like the shining student of orbital electronic that he is, he turned in a report entitled Tears of the World At Large Bottled and Sold at Super Markets, documenting 8 choice items on a trip through atmospheric manufacturing.

Stroll the aisles of its tracklist, on your way to the checkout.

(Kumon Plaza / Happy Trendy)

Friend Kumon Plaza has been schooling me in the fruitful sounds of Canada’s great frontier.  A recent lesson took us through the Maritimes, revealing ‘sophisticated slacker rock’ in pristine form. Halifax’s Cousins grind down bluesy howl and greasy riff to an intoxicating dust. Breath at will.

Cousins | Nans
Cousins | Throwing Rocks

Taken from DUZ/CUZ, a split tape with new-waving sister ensemble, DUZHEKNEW. There’s also a bandcamp.