It was the first warm day of March when Corridor traversed down to Plastic Soul Studios, a mysterious home studio deep in backstreets of the Plateau.

I showed early with an orange juice and a smile, ready to record. Corridor showed up similarly, only orange juice replaced with early-afternoon beer and smiles replaced with even bigger smiles.

The quartet were jaunty, happily making themselves comfortable in the cramped Plateau apartment. Made up of Montreal natives Jonathan Robert, Dominic Berthiaume, Julien Bakvis, and Julian Perreault, Corridor is an angular rock outfit reminiscent of Women and Palm. Their songs combine psychedelic guitar tones with disjointed slightly augmented melodies and oddly angelic, washed out harmonies.

Check out Corridor playing across Montreal, and buy their album here.

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