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Guelph, Ontario, Canada | SELF

Guelph, Ontario, Canada | SELF
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"The Yage Letters Make Good Music"

There’s something about instrumental music that can speak to the us, we might not be able to put our finger on the exact feeling, or the depth that comes with it, but we know it’s there, distinctly placing itself between the realm of what we know is real, and what isn’t. This type of music especially intrigues me, because without words, we can feel sad, or happy, or better. I suppose this is because we react differently to different sounds, and because of that and also a lyricist not telling us how to feel, we have to derive our own conception, and create it’s own entity.

Truth be told, it’s just mesmerizing, and collides with everything around us, and always, ALWAYS fits in how we feel, whatever that may be.
With that being said, listen to the London based instrumental band “The Yage Letters“, they are absolutely fantastical.
- Jen - jennifermarie


Hieroglyphics (2008)
-featured on CBC Radio3, Far Past Post (US), Last Fm, The Sound of Confusion (UK)
-Two Towers:'s featured song of the week

Grow > Build EP (2007)
- featured on CBC Radio3, Fanshawe Radio (London ON,) to Far Past Post (Oakland, CA) to 'Now Like Photographs' instrumental radio show (Minneapolis, MN)



Based on outside thinking coupled with a vast array of musical influences such as, Mogwai, Pink Floyd and Tool, theyageletters have begun to forge their own unique blend of intense instrumental post rock. The quintet have spent months crafting their passionate orchestrations while taking the world renowned Music Industry Arts at Fanshawe College. After just one year of being together, theyageletters, released their debut ep entitled “Grow > Build” which contained live recordings from one of their premier shows at “Attic Studio’s” in London Ontario. One year later, with their sound perfected, they released their highly anticipated full-length album, entitled “Hieroglyphics”. The 70 minute, 7 song, movie inspired offering was produced and recorded independently by the band over a span of several months. Samples of their ambient, melodic, yet fierce pieces, have been made available on their website After three successful cross Ontario tours and a vast array of shows, theyageletters have gained an instant credibility in the underground post-rock community.

Currently, theyageletters are working on their second full length cd entitled "Yage+1"

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