If the names of the former bands of this Toronto trio – Acid Test, Danko Jones, and Rocket Science – don’t ring too many bells, the band’s sound and influences certainly will. Coming from the same place, sonically speaking, as the likes of L7, The Pixies, and Veruca Salt, there is a weight and confidence, not to mention a texture and tone, that speaks volumes about ON and their music. College rock, they used to call it, now perhaps it would get labelled alt-rock but we all know how pointless labels and generic pigeon-holes are….

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