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"Coils Review"

The Toronto trio builds a gleaming electro-pop edifice so seductive you have to listen closely to Robyn Sellman's shining vocals to know that it's political. - The Globe and Mail

"Yin & Yang"

Singer Robyn Sellman's soothing voice brings a sense of warmth to the mélange of sounds created by "tech-head" Igor Olejar and [then] guitarist Mark Zarich, providing an organic yin to her band-mates' technological yang. -

"Deep Digging"

Bleep has clearly cottoned onto something that will keep getting better the deeper they dig. - Exclaim!

"Shoegazing Biomechanics"

La musique de Bleep, à la fois atmosphérique, déstructurée, shoegaze, nostalgique, moderne, émouvante at sombre, nous élève un peu plus dans des sphères biomécaniques. - Emoragei Magazine


It's surprising how vocals can sometimes create a solid link between so many electronic elements. Bleep has reached that goal, thus giving them an undeniable advantage. -

"The Immigrant's Song"

The lush, song-based electronica of their debut IMM 0008 is a polished concoction of the more ethereal 4AD records run through D&B, IDM, breakbeats and other dance trends prominent overseas in the past decade. - Eye Weekly


IMM0008 (TeknoStan, 2003) - debut album
Datenbergbau (Comfort Stand, 2004) - EP


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Toronto-based trio BLEEP is comprised of singer Robyn Sellman, producer/drummer Igor Olejar, and guitarist Maz Fusion. Together they push the boundaries of electronica by combining compelling vocal lullabies with atmospheric electronic media and traditional instruments.

Warmly embraced by music critics, the 10 tracks on the debut IMM 0008 had an additional boost onto the Canadian music scene as Umbrella Music declared BLEEP the winner of their "Next Level" MP3 competition. From there, the band has performed live on CBC’s Zed TV and made appearances at Canadian Music Week and Halifax Pop Explosion.

BLEEP’s second album, Datenbergbau, (meaning data mining in German), was released on their own imprint Teknostan Records and US based Comfort Stand Recordings in November 2004. The association with Comfort Stand Recordings resulted in world-wide airplay on internet, college and national radio stations, including Limbik Frequencies (US), NRK (Norway) and Radio Mars (Slovenia).

After a few line-up changes, Sellman and Olejar hooked back up with experimental guitarist Maz Fusion in early 2005, who had first collaborated with them as co-producer/engineer on "Last Breath" (IMM 008). Together, they will be setting up performances in Canada and abroad, including the PEMAF 2005 festival in Philadelphia, U.S.A. and the TMBase 2005 festival of electronic music in Timisoara, Romania.