Dust is a collection of songs and jams from 2015-2016, and our final release. Thanks to all of our friends and fans for supporting us for the past 10 years.
Listen on Bandcamp
Andrew McAllister: Guitars, Bass, Drum programming.
Matt Webb: Bass, Drum programming.
Thanks to John McArdle and Paul Boddum for their contributions.
Recorded at 660 Richmond and at home in Winter 2014.
Take a listen to our latest EP over at Soundcloud and Bandcamp: Accidents. Up on iTunes at the end of the week. Recorded at 660 Richmond in January of 2012 with Boddum (drums), McAllister (guitars, vocals) and Webb (bass).
Take a listen to Not Thinking:[audio http://softcopymusic.com/static-content/mp3/not_thinking.mp3]
Saturday, July 21, 2012
Tickets: $12.50 advance
Tickets available at HS/RT/SS/TM. 19+
Read more at the Facebook Event page.
NO BEAT RADIO on CIUT 89.5 dropped in on Soft Copy this week to speak to us before our NXNE 2012 show at the BOAT on Thursday 14 June 2012. We selected some favourite tracks and recorded a previously unreleased track called “Non-Controversial”. For those that missed it, you can listen to the episode here or connect with them on the NO BEAT Facebook page.
Here’s are some of the other bands playing that night! We played with GAY before at the Bicycle Film Fest and are looking forward to seeing them again.
Until then, check out our new Bandcamp page.
Line-up for Wavelength 531
- OPOPO (electro rebel rock)
- The Whirlybirds (JUST ADDED! soulful indie-rock, ex-Diableros)
- Holy Mount (Oshawa stoner rock)
- Soft Copy (purveyors of vicous post-punk modernism unveil new bassist & digital EP!)
- This Mess (classic spazzy poste-punke, show #1!)
We’re very happy to announce the release of Games on November 5, 2011. We’re proud to say that true to tradition, the 3-song EP was entirely written and recorded by Soft Copy, with an absolute minimum of studio trickery: just 100% honest to goodness live off the floor noise. It’s available on iTunes, but why not have a listen first.
Similarly, the original artwork is by London-based artist Emer O’Brien, in a tradition of us working with other artists and designers such as Paul Boddum and Dan McCafferty (no, not the lead singer of Nazareth, the Toronto based designer) and Shelley Heebner McCafferty.