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Canada's Constantines Sail Down 'Credit River'new

Assembling a song that responds to current events is a long process, lagging far behind the speed we've grown to expect in the internet era. the best you can hope for is that changes in the world will make one of your songs unexpectedly topical and timely -- that is exactly what's happened with the Constantines song "Credit River."
Pittsburgh City Paper  |  Aaron Jentzen  |  01-05-2009  |  Profiles & Interviews

The Contantines Strike a Balance Between Creativity and Commercenew

Despite a deliberate approach, Kensington Heights, the latest recording by the Canadian combo, doesn't sound fussy or effete.
Westword  |  Michael Roberts  |  07-07-2008  |  Profiles & Interviews

The Constantines Get Older, and Betternew

Kensington Heights, their new album, is still rigidly post-punk and sharp as a shimmering blade, but the pace of the record is deliberately restrained and the band's gnashed-teeth anger is more focused, and less wild, than ever before.
The Portland Mercury  |  Ezra Ace Caraeff  |  06-27-2008  |  Profiles & Interviews

Working Full-Timenew

The Constantines won't be undersold.
Tucson Weekly  |  Annie Holub  |  06-07-2006  |  Profiles & Interviews

Canucks with Hooksnew

Steve Lambke of The Constantines shares his thoughts on his band, ketchup-flavored chips and how the Canadian indie scene is totally superior to America's.
Dig Boston  |  Michael Brodeur  |  11-03-2005  |  Profiles & Interviews

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