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Edmonton, Alberta, Canada | SELF

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada | SELF
Duo Pop Rock


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The new album from Catlin Kuzyk’s Service:Fair is a jammy garage pop experience. Catlin’s voice has a sort of howl to it that comes through strongest on the opening vocal note of the album. Highlight jams on this record are mos definitely the opener and closer, “Everybody Loves” and “Just To Be Nice”, respectively. “F.U.K.T.” is a major jam too, taking me back to the early nineties vibes I was getting from my parents seattle alternative grunge adoration. The majority of the album is just straight up loud. Banging drums and fuzzy guitars! Live-off-the-floor vibrations! Glorious! This album is a perfect fit for that unique corner of edmonton’s scene that dudes like Catlin have done a great job of carving out and bands like Service:Fair expemplify beautifully. It’s that jangled pop noise contingent that dominates the collective conscience of a lot of edmonton’s hippest dudes. The jams are just so damn fun. Good wholesome headbangerz. PROPS PROPS PROPS.
- Argue Job

"We're All Fucked Up"

Deeply terrified and confused but also seriously intrigued by this honest and true early 90s throwback, immense stompers rising from the ashes of the Northwest Rock Explosion performed by Edmonton’s Catlin W. Kuzyk aka Service:Fair who keeps on spitting out unashamedly catchy tunes as if good ol’ Kurt were still alive and kicking, you know what I mean? His EP It Ended Badly, a pretty coherent failed relationship payoff, is out now on Nowhere Fast and available via bandcamp. Highly recommended – Weird Canada has called this piece both “revisionist” and a “colossal success”, and HE knows no words ever have been more to the point. - No Fear Of Pop

"New Canadiana"

From the revisionist pop grunge of Michael Deane:
Killing it with laid-back breezy, catchy downers and high-strung musical exclamations, Catlin Kuzyk and co. create an immensely addictive mix of swamp-sheened pop-rock gems. Evincing energetic melancholy and homemade warmth, this Brazilian Moneyennaire effortlessly belts out strangled wails and powerful vocal refrains that are always on the move between sadness and excitement. Though it’s ostensibly a contemplation on failed romance, It Ended Badly is a colossal success. The best way to listen to this driving semi-sloppy hook-filled revisionist pop grunge is on repeat. - Weird Canada


It Ended Badly - January 2011

Songs I'm Over - September 2009



Service:Fair is here to make your heart race and your stomach hurt. Edmonton-based musician and producer C.W. Kuzyk, takes his new project to the edges of pop music. Adding deep dark grooves and sprawling vocal arrangements to the dirty rock and roll attack of his earlier projects, Service:Fair will make you dance, in the dark, with tears in your eyes. Kuzyk has recently been joined by Jessie Beier on keyboard and vocals, adding a new dimension to the work.  When Kuzyk is not making groove-based bedroom hip-pop, he can be found performing guitar, vocals and drums in Brazilian Money and DAD.

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