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- Posted on Mar 27th 2012 2:30PM by Marwa Hamad
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Canning's roster went whimsical when Toronto artist Allie Hughes' "highly recommended" electro-pop project ALX took over the show. The experimental quartet gave a fantastical performance with Hughes' floaty vocals taking the audience on a cosmic ride.
Ottawa's pop-rock trio the Balconies fronted by Jacquie Neville played a high-voltage set and effortlessly lived up to Canning's description of them: "A very talented crew that can turn into a small chamber orchestra in the blink of an eye." Canning warned listeners to assume nothing about this band before seeing them live, and their raucous performance made it clear why.
Watch exclusive 'Artist Select' footage of both The Balconies and ALX below:
Watch ALX at CMW Video
Watch Balconies at CMW Video
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