Hope you like it! - Adrian, Ryan, Nick, Sean, Simon & Adam. Yet still, that same unreasonable, incalculable and beautiful universe The Most Serene Republic opened the door to over a decade ago with 2005’s Underwater Cinematographer remains – a phosphorescent glow to soundtrack the velocity of the wide-eyed, the lost, the found and the confused. But we all know, to keep a universe from collapsing in on itself you need impossible things, impossible things you can analyze and pretend to understand.
Six years after the Most Serene Republic last delivered a proper album, the group make it clear they weren't twiddling their thumbs during their downtime, releasing their fifth long player, Mediac, in 2015. The Most Serene Republic has always made music with a broad, panoramic scope, and Mediac is no different. The arrangements are as big and ambitious as ever, and the production by MSR keyboardist Ryan Lenssen (and the mix by David Newfeld) make this one of their most striking sounding works to date
The Most Serene Republic is a Canadian indie rock band formed in Milton, Ontario, by band members Adrian Jewett, Ryan Lenssen, and Nick Greaves, who had all left school to pursue more artistic ventures. The band takes its name from the sobriquet of formerly independent Venice under the Doges, which was regarded as "The Most Serene Republic of Venice. The Most Serene Republic released its debut album, Underwater Cinematographer, in 2005 on the Arts & Crafts label.
Complete your The Most Serene Republic collection. HOTR 003. The Most Serene Republic. Mediac (LP, Album, Ltd, Whi). Mediac (10xFile, AAC, Album).
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His/Her Serene Highness (abbreviation: HSH, oral address: Your Serene Highness) is a style used today by the reigning families of Liechtenstein, Monaco, and Thailand. Until 1918, it was also associated with the princely titles of members of some German ruling and mediatised dynasties and with a few princely but non-ruling families. It was also the form of address used for cadet members of the dynasties of France, Italy, Russia and Ernestine Saxony, under their monarchies.
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