Toronto's Rural Alberta Advantage
(vocalist and guitarist Nils Edenloff, keyboardist Amy Cole, drummer Paul Banwatt)
penned charming folk-rock vignettes on
Hometowns (2008 - Saddle Creek, 2009).
The pensive side is not always captivating. The notable exception is when
Edenloff croons a sad melody in The Ballad Of The Raa surrounded by
both electronic (electronic beat and drone) and acoustic (xylophone and cello)
The "jovial" side, instead, has much to offer, whether
the sprightly folk dance of Rush Apart.
or the REM-like singalong Luciana,
or the pounding lament of Edmonton,
or the feverish psalm Frank Ab.
More importantly, that's where Paul Banwatt's drumming stands out,
both creative and propulsive, like in
The Dethbridge In Lethbridge and The Deadroads.
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