DirtyOrgans - Holy Ornaments

Toronto man of mystery DirtyOrgans’ debut LP Holy Ornaments was unleashed on the unsuspecting world today, featuring ten delicious post-punk tracks to lull us from our dystopic euphorias.  Get it through Art Not Love or the usual entities.

Get Holy Ornaments on iTunes  Get Holy Ornaments on Google Play

DirtyOrgans will be performing at our Pop Montreal showcase as an unofficial launch for the album along with Momo Ishiguro, StrangerFamiliar, Loon, and special guests Timekode on September 24th at O Patro Vys!

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Peep a peek at the first of our fall catalogue, DirtyOrgans Holy Ornaments. Their debut album has been a labour of love between Shea Bishop Duffy and producer Charlie Twitch, culminating in 10 new songs. Be sure to keep an ear out for guest appearances from Saxsyndrum’s Dave Switch and Patrick Cruvellier from Smokes.

Holy Ornaments releases September 9th 2016 through all digital outlets and on limited CD.



With baited breath we bring you our annual listening party, this May, the 26th of 2015. It will be a warm Tuesday night, a perfect opportunity to meet with strangers and friends alike in the welcoming embrace of Montreal’s La Plante. The listening session will be accompanied by pre-prepared visuals by johnny_ripper, and Tyler Reekie.

DirtyOrgans – Holy Ornaments

The debut LP from Toronto’s man of mystery, Shea Bishop Duffy; 10-songs from his underground hovel, in the bowels of Dockland, TO. The album, a collaboration with ¡FLIST!‘s Charlie Twitch, presents Duffy’s cinematic, pulsing bass, and vocal soundscapes against a dub, and electronic saturated backdrop.

Approx. 45 mins.

Hua Li 化力  – Za Zhong EP

Hua Li’s highly anticipated follow up to her Bound Feat pt.1 mixtape from 2012 sees her paired with Montreal haze machine, Gloze da Most for a 4-track trip through cloudy day party tracks, breakup anthems and coy disses.

Approx. 15 mins.


Excerpts from johnny_ripper’s latest film albums, “don’t”, and “epilogue”, where audio and visual samples form a celluloid dream.

Approx. 40 mins.