30 Frames in Montreal Gazette's bands to watch in 2016!

Rock Opposites attract in 30 Frames JORDAN ZIVITZ MONTREAL GAZETTE With their respective histories, Amanda Mabro and Sebastian Freemanare less chocolate and peanut butter than they are birthday cake and acid. By all reason, their electro-rock collaboration 30 Frames shouldn’t click — but this is an intuitive duo, not a rational one. Mabro built a solid reputation in Montreal with her vivacious jazz/cabaret/R&B, while Freeman kept busy in the city’s punk scene. In a Montreal Gazette interview last summer, Mabro (now based in Ottawa) admitted she hesitated collaborating with Freeman (now in Toronto), despite their longtime friendship, but the songwriting quickly yielded results. “We were loo

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