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Cru cru Onism E, nice to have you again! I already know that all the members of the band were destined to music, so I'll start the questions:

How much did your stage present improve over the years?

Hmm. I don’t know. Ha. I can tell you that I stopped caring what I looked like playing live which allows me to just play and enjoy being there with people.

What song from your reportoire did you have to mumble while performing in Vancouver?

The real question is what song haven’t I mumbled. Ha. Sometimes I just blank. Over time I just learned to cover it well. Every now and then someone I have made eye contact with will make a face like they realized I just ruined something. Haha.

Can you rank Radiohead's albums from worst to best?

No! How dare you ask. Ha. Each album is a period piece in my opinion.

Can you give us your top 3 post - punk records of all time?

Patti Smith, ‘Horses’, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, ‘Fever to Tell’, and The Clash, ‘The Clash’

Name your personal favorite album from the following bands: REM, Automatic for the People Radiohead, Pablo Honey Nirvana, Nevermind Foo Fighters, Self titled

Alanis Morisette, Jagged Little Pill No Doubt, Tragic Kingdom Pearl Jam, Ten U2, The Joshua Tree Liz Phair, Whip-Smart Kate Bush, Hounds of Love Sleater-Kinney, The Woods Melissa Etheridge, Self Titled Beastie Boys, Ill Communication Oasis, Definitely Maybe

Bjork, Debut Sheryl Crow, The Globe Sessions

Do you own records that aren't from the 90s on your personal collection?

Too many. Ha. I love Nina Simone, early Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty, Patti Smith, Janis Joplin, Ramones, The Clash, The Police….

Can you write what was your best performance in your career?

How do you remember it? No, I don’t think it’s happened yet. J

Why the name Onism E?

Onism onism describes the feeling of longing to be present in more than one place at one time, to be able to travel widely and experience all the wonders. I’ve moved a lot trying to experience as much as possible.

Do you agree with the Pigeon?

Always. Ha.


"I'm Sorry" immediately wins me over with an extraordinary synergy between dynamic drums, garage riffs that remind me of the rebirth of rock at the turn of the century and an organ that would fit perfectly on The Doors' legendary debut. The brightest star of this alternative single with memorable influences is behind the microphone: an explosive woman who exudes charisma in her approach to digital loneliness. She empathizes with us every time we go to the phone and feel completely alone in the world, begging us not to give up when accompanied by virtuoso electric guitars that close this indie gem in style!

The Pigeon added the new single Indie Gems playlist on Spotify.

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