The Full Nine, Self-titled

In a market overflowing with prefabricated pop, redundant rock, and more celebrity clones than you can shake a stick at, even a little deviation from the trend can be relieving. Debuting with their self-titled album, Toronto’s The Full Nine brings with them a very familiar rock sound that thankfully hasn’t quite been exploited to that all too common nausea-inducing point. While this somewhat typical, Age of Electric styled rock band may not have anything outrageously unique to offer the world, their ability to put out well-polished, marginally offbeat tracks should be enough to keep them afloat in this mainstream sea of numbers.

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