Etiquette bring twilight hour sound to Studio Q

Julie Fader and Graham Walsh of Etiquette -- partners in music and in life -- perform from their debut record, Reminisce.
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Julie Fader and Graham Walsh of Etiquette -- partners in music and life -- bring their intoxicating, sultry sound to Studio Q. Their debut record, Reminisce, is a wholly original sonic exploration. Listening feels like wandering foggy city streets in the twilight hours.

The pair -- who have previously worked with Alvvays, Blue Rodeo, Great Lake Swimmers, Metz and more -- join guest host Jelena Adzic to discuss their penchant for collaboration and how their first major project together differs from what came before. They also open up 

Reminisce is out next Tuesday. 

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Julie Fader and Graham Walsh of Etiquette -- partners in music and in life -- perform from their debut record, Reminisce. (Stage Fright Publicity )


 

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