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BioSuuns have no doubt ingested a lot of art rock, the Montreal group's minimalist rhythms are equally informed by Joy Division, Suicide and Can, often wrapped in a noisy squall of droning guitars and pulsing synths. Add to this Ben Shemie's breathy, paranoid sing/speak, and there are times that it seems like Suuns are about to drive over a sonic cliff. But there's actually a great sense of restraint at play. We were enveloped in Suuns' dark and thrilling post-punk from the first listen, never to return. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
A few years ago at some music festival somewhere — backstage in that requisite section where press mingles with bored musicians — I overheard two...