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Listen: Memoryhouse - “Christmas Island” (Andrew Sisters Cover)

Proceeds of Purchase Go to Local Animal Shelters

Dec 18, 2013

Dream pop duo Evan Abeele and Denise Nouvion, a.k.a. Memoryhouse, have premiered a cover of The Andrew Sisters’ “Christmas Island.” More

Watch: Memoryhouse Cover The Police

Perform "Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic"

Mar 27, 2012

On the road in support of their much-loved debut full-length The Slideshow Effect Toronto dream pop duo Memoryhouse stopped by the offices of the A.V. Club in Chicago to take part in the company’s ongoing Undercover series, playing their own unique rendition of The Police’s 1981 hit “Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic.” More

Washed Out Announces U.S. Tour Dates

Memoryhouse to Open Select Dates

Mar 07, 2012

Washed Out has announced their post-SXSW plans to tour across the U.S. in support of their 2011 album Within and Without. The band will play 25 shows, non-stop until mid-July. They will be joined for a portion of the tour by Memoryhouse. More

Feb 29, 2012

Releasing their much anticipated full-length debut The Slideshow Effect yesterday, Toronto dream-pop duo Memoryhouse have now premiered a proper music video for the album’s lead single “The Kids Were Wrong.” More

Memoryhouse Streams “The Slideshow Effect”

Listen to Debut Album in Full

Feb 21, 2012

Toronto dream-pop duo Memoryhouse have released a stream of their upcoming full-length debut The Slideshow Effect. More

Listen: Memoryhouse - “Walk With Me”

Another Track From The Slideshow Effect

Jan 27, 2012

Having previewed a bit of their new album The Slideshow Effect with the track “The Kids Were Wrong,” Toronto dream-pop duo Memoryhouse have released yet another song called “Walk With Me.” More

Memoryhouse Announce Tour

Supporting Debut Album

Jan 10, 2012

Canadian dream-pop duo Memoryhouse are kicking off a two month tour across North America to coincide with the slated release of their forthcoming full-length debut, The Slideshow Effect. More

Jan 02, 2012

The next twelve months are shaping up to a big deal for Memoryhouse‘s Evan Abeele and Denise Nouvion, what with the release of the band’s full-length debut The Slideshow Effect in February. More

Listen: Memoryhouse - “The Kids Were Wrong”

Off Upcoming Debut The Slideshow Effect

Dec 19, 2011

This litle bit of news might have slipped by us at the close of the workday last week, but we here at Under the Radar would be remissed if we didn’t mention that Canadian dream-pop duo Memoryhouse unveiled the first single off their upcoming full-length debut More

Nov 29, 2011

Toronto dream-pop duo Evan Abeele and Denise Nouvion, otherwise known as Memoryhouse, have announced the release of their full-length debut, The Slideshow Effect. More

Memoryhouse Announce Fall Tour

Also Release “Quiet America” Video

Aug 09, 2011

Memoryhouse have announced a fall North American tour, including dates supporting Peter Bjorn and John and The Radio Dept. They have also released a video for “Quiet America.” More

Listen: New Memoryhouse: “Modern, Normal”

Re-Recorded, Remixed, and Re-Mastered Version of The Years EP with Two New Tracks due on Sub Pop

Jun 22, 2011

Dreamy pop duo Memoryhouse have announced that they will be re-releasing a re-recorded, remixed, and re-mastered version of The Years. More

Mar 18, 2011

Delivering sore feet, a disproportionate amount of time being awake and actually getting to sleep, and a list of bands that requires an army of journalists to successfully navigate, Austin’s SXSW festival has hit its 25th anniversary this year.


Sub Pop Takes on Memoryhouse and Still Corners

Bands Head Stateside for SXSW, U.S. Tour

Mar 07, 2011

The Seattle-based label announced that Memoryhouse and Still Corners are the latest additions to the Sub Pop family. We have the details. More


Mar 14, 2012

Listening to Memoryhouse is like peering through a rain-smeared window, squinting through sheets of water as familiar images soften into an abstract glow. More