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Album Review

Debuting on record at about the same time as labelmates Treble Charger, Tristan Psionic also deliver a very bracing pop sound, but with a much heavier emphasis on indie rock, particularly the loud/soft dynamic of grunge. Riffs are bouncing and jagged, and while everything carries an unmistakable sense of melody, none of it is polished enough to sound sweet or slick. Though they'd get a bit more experimental on subsequent releases, this one is pretty straightforward.


Genre: Indie Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Tristan Psionic was formed in 1992 by Sandy McIntosh (guitar), Michael Milne (guitar) and Tim Potocic in Hamilton, Ontario. When the group made their first cassette, they started their own label: Sonic Unyon (which later went on to sign Hayden, Thrush Hermit, The Dinner Is Ruined, SIANspheric and Chore, among others). Their first full-length, Feves: The Sounds of Tristan Psionic, was released in 1994. The band took a hiatus and concentrated on running their label; bassist Gary "Wool" McMaster quit...
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