I don't think you know what "low fidelity" means. Heard that demo track and saw them at Bovine a while ago, and they have a notably high production value both in the studio and on the stage. This is especially true when contrasted against the caliber of sound quality found in typical modern releases by typical modern indie bands. I understand such terms as "low fidelity" are buzzing hard in the blog world right now, but educate yourself before using them, lest you get verbally bitchslapped by a more savvy Toronto music fan. Sorry to be harsh, but I've noticed way too many instances of bloggers talking out of their ass, and it's become annoying.
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