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Album Review

To some, Andy Stochansky will always be Ani DiFranco's drummer, which is a real shame as he's a very competent multi-instrumentalist and writer in his own right. Radio Fusebox is his second solo album, and it draws on the talent of a lot of fellow Toronto musicians. As you'd expect, much of the music is percussion heavy, though it's a lot more electronic and moody than you might think after hearing his work with DiFranco. Stochansky's vocals are a bit breathy and occasionally reminiscent of Bono, though never as bombastic. Bonus points for the excellent package design, which consists of a number of lyric cards together with the CD in a cardboard slipcover.


Born: Canada

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Andy Stochansky spent seven years playing drums for indie rock artist Ani DiFranco before striking out on his own, and many music aficionados identified his name only in relation to that position in the music world. By 2000, however, the pair of solo albums he had to his credit, While You Were Sleeping and Radio Fusebox, helped separate his name from DiFranco's and launch his own career. Stochansky worked on While You Were Sleeping, an independent release...
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