Category Archives: Music

Signs of life

I’m back in Vancouver. I’m about to start writing my PhD thesis soon. The last 4 months have been rather intense, but very rewarding. I can’t tell the whole story just yet, because it hasn’t ended yet. I don’t know … Continue reading

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Opposing reviews of Opposites

A rant is always entertaining, so here’s one. I’m a big fan of Biffy Clyro. They grew on me with their last two albums, Puzzle and Only Revolutions. They are just about to release a double-album called Opposites, and I … Continue reading

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Don’t ask me how I choose my priorities in life. I just don’t know. All I know is that my work at ATLAS is the top priority most of the time. But every once in a while, I just get … Continue reading

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And one in french!

It’s been a while since I posted anything with some actual content. I am at a turning point in my analysis, as the ATLAS group with whom I work is making the transition to a new analysis strategy. Busy days! … Continue reading

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Who you are

Yes! It’s another song! After some major kicking-in-the-ass I finally managed to write some lyrics to this song I composed back in 2010. Back then it wasn’t fully acoustic, but already featured a lot of acoustic guitar. I layered more … Continue reading

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Resurrecting Reminder

I’ve been very bad at writing lyrics recently, which is why I circulated a single new song this year. I have a number of acoustic songs for which I have figured out everything except the lyrics. So I was fooling … Continue reading

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Marie-Pierre Arthur (et pourquoi je supporte Radio-Canada)

Ça fait une éternité que j’attend après une artiste comme Marie-Pierre Arthur. Elle est une auteure/compositrice/interprète d’un talent extraordinaire qui ose aller à l’encontre de l’industrie de la musique populaire au Québec. Elle le fait avec brio. Afin de comprendre … Continue reading

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