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Share, who played on Wednesday, had me at “Dance Dance Retribution,” one of my favourite Pop Explosion song titles. Moving from acoustic folk into a more electronic and experimental sound, New Brunswick-born Andrew Sisk, along with A.A. Wallace, Kyle Cunjak and Nick Cobham keep things interesting by not sticking to one formula. Instead, we get blips, bleeps, guitars and melodies all getting along, with a few surprises. “Continents” begins as longing acoustic alt-country, eventually veering into jazz territory. Catherine MacLellan’s backup on “The Yard” is a lovely duet about a love empty as a hole in the ground
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