THE DEEP COVE
The Deep Cove is a rock band, awash with distorted guitars and intriguing melodies.Fronted by transmedia artist Leanne Dunic, the band’s debut album (produced by Jose Contreras of By Divine Right) is soundtrack to Dunic’s book “To Love the Coming End”. Darkly cinematic and catchy, songs are layered like the clouds that blanket the band's coastal British Columbian home. If you must ask, they may sound like The Pixies if led by Kim Deal, or perhaps a little reminiscent of PJ Harvey and Black Mountain. Either way, The Deep Cove is hard to label, and decidedly out of step with the current musical flavour of the month.
"Reverb-bathed ’60s psych that guarantees an invitation to Austin’s Levitation fest... The paisley-hued sludge of “Other Gods” and the dreamily disorienting “Capricorn” is potent stuff"
- The Georgia Straight
"Taking flavours of indie rock and dark pop, the Vancouver band has no trouble forming a cinematic sound that provokes thought and wonder."
- The Permanent Rain Press
"The Deep Cove has a decidedly moody West Coast sound."
- Discorder Magazine