Slow Down Molasses

Categories: Groups and Duos

Genres: Alternative, Rock

Contact

Tyson McShane
422 Avenue D South
Saskatoon, SK, S7M 1R4

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Description

Saskatoon’s Slow Down Molasses is a five-piece indie rock collective described as “the Broken Social Scene of the prairies” by Toronto’s Exclaim! Magazine. They take cues from the wide-open spaces of their home, crafting expansive, texture-heavy pop songs that are prone to breaking into storm squalls of drone, delay and feedback. 

 

 

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Discography

  • Burnt Black Cars

    Various Artists

    March 2016

    An indie-rock collective of Tyson McShane, Jeanette Stewart, Chris Morin, Levi Soulodre, and Aaron Scholz, the band has been described as “the Broken Social Scene of the prairies” by Exclaim! magazine. Taking cues from wide-open spaces of their home, they craft expansive, texture-heavy pop songs that break into storm squalls of drone, delay and feedback. Turning to producer Jace Lasek, they developed the dreamy vocal arrangements of previous album “Walk Into the Sea” and sharpened the songwriting into concise blasts of synth-driven melodies and full-on rock choruses. Produced by: SDM with Jace Lasek. Recorded at: The Avenue Recording Company, Saskatoon and Slow Century Recorders. More info: www.slowdownmolasses.com

  • 100% Sunshine

    Various Artists

    September 2016

    In past years SDM felt more like a loose collective than a band, with various friends and peers chipping in to help bring singer/guitarist Tyson McShane’s musical vision to life. That’s changed with 100% Sunshine, as the musicians who toured behind 2015’s Burnt Black Cars also play on the new record (McShane, Jordan Kurtz, Chris Morin, Aaron Scholz, Levi Soulodre and Jeanette Stewart). Produced by Chad Munson and mixed in Glasgow by Tony Doogan (known for his work with Mogwai and Belle & Sebastian), it channels the bleaker side of indie rock, evoking shoe gaze, dream-pop, psychedelic rock and darkwave at once. Recorded at: various, Saskatoon. Produced by: Chad Munson. Release date: September 2, 2016