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Brittlestar - Waiting

'Waiting', the first album from Canadian rockers Brittlestar is a well rounded debut, a feast for the senses ranging from the warpy 80's rock of 'Gasoline', to the soft melancholia of 'Goodbye', with plenty of gems in between. Lyrically impressive and interesting whilst never overdone, the record chimes with perfect rock guitars, driving basslines, gentle acoustic parts and never less than powerful drums.   The swirling rock guitar solo of 'The long Weekend', and the madonna-esque choir at the start of 'Passion is a Hard Thing to Conceal' are definite stand-out moments, but the jewel in the album's crown is definitely 'Goodbye', a perfect expression of the complicated end of a relationship, of love and the simultaneous lack of it, where pared down, almost painfully simple verses swirl dramatically into grandiose choruses augmented with the swell of violins.  Altogether an impressive first album, with some fine songwriting by Stewart Reynolds,  hinting at greater things to come.

Biography

Formed: Stratford, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The lively, atmospheric pop/rock of Brittlestar is crafted by Stewart Reynolds, the band's creative force and sole permanent member. Born and raised in Ontario, Reynolds grew up listening to the melody-driven sounds of the Beatles, Elvis, and the Bay City Rollers. He launched his music career with a series of collaborations, partnering with Celtic musician Loreena McKennitt for Boy Blue, a short-lived pop duo, and later aligning himself with several key songwriters (most notably Stephen Duffy —...
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