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OLYMPIA

Wow! This album is quite a departure from 'Feel It Break', but stands just as strong. The more elaborate percussive elements, chimes & flute-esque sounds are a new introduction for Austra this time around, & are definitely doing this album justice. Standout tracks for me include: Painful Like, Home, Reconcile, & Fire. Must have in anybody's CD collection.

Cool

It's neat, and I don't know what it is, maybe it's just me but, doesn't she sound like Florence from Florence + The Machines?!?
Idk

How are they not HUGE?

I just discovered Austra a few weeks ago - fell in love immediately with 'Feel It Break'. 'Olympia' is not a big departure from their debut, which his not a bad thing since they are good at what they do. Love Love Love!

Biography

Formed: 2010 in Toronto, ONT, Canada

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '10s

Named for the Latvian goddess of light, Toronto's Austra feature singer/keyboardist Katie Stelmanis, drummer Maya Postepski, and bassist Dorian Wolf. Stelmanis is a classically trained vocalist and pianist who joined the Canadian Children's Opera at age ten and intended to pursue a career in classical music before falling in love with punk, industrial, and electronic music. In 2008 she released the solo album Join Us, and was also a member of the band Galaxy with Postepski. When that group disbanded,...
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