“…and I’ll fall asleep to the sounds of the late noon.”

“Backstroke” by Dizzy | The past couple of years I seem to be sticking to a theme: discovering female-fronted acts just a month or so after the release of a debut record. I did that to Alex Lahey; I did that to the Beths; I am doing that to Dizzy, this time a band from Oshawa, Ontario. (Yes, another act from Ontario. Accidental theme there.) They’ve just released their album Baby Teeth a couple of weeks back, so that’s too late for a review, and since I am woefully busy – I am pre-writing things weeks ahead and writing a lot of things for the day job – I’ll have to park this album for future listening. But I did hear “Backstroke” on some random radio jaunt, and considering it was around eight in the morning and I was driving to pick Shalla up from work, it felt a little… hazy, dreamy, extra lovely. I hope I don’t forget that mental note. [NB]

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