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Premiere: WTCHS - Black Actors

Hamilton's WTCHS is a nebulous beast. After forming in 2011, they did it up DIY proper, founding their own label called PERDU to release their two/three-minute bursts of angular, abrasive, grungy post-rock in line with the likes of Odonis Odonis and Das Rad. Several cassettes and 7-inches later, they signed with one of the biggest indie labels in Canadian history, Sonic Unyon, then promptly fell off the map.
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