In the wake of Godspeed You Black Emperor!’s worldwide achievement, many Montreal post-rock groupings tried their possibility, but non-e sounded as sincere and promising as Below the ocean. With members extended between Montreal and Quebec Town, this trio exchanged GYBE!’s pathos to get a softer sort of melancholia even more connected with shoegazing and added some ambient consumer electronics. Their first record arrived in 2000. In the past due 1990s, Patrick Lacharité (electric guitar, sampler, keyboards), Mathieu Lévesque (bass), and Pascal Asselin (drums) all volunteered composing for emoRAGEi, today’s rock fanzine located in Laval near Montreal. They began to play jointly inspired with the music of Mogwai, Labradford, and undoubtedly local celebrities GYBE!, but at that time Asselin was surviving in Quebec Town so things relocated slowly and nearly unintentionally. After Lacharité performed a demo from the music group on his university radio present, he got a telephone call from a listener providing to provide him a 8-monitor tape recorder. The group constructed The increased loss of Our Wintertime out of jams and normally converted for support to Jeff Rioux, the founder of emoRAGEi who was simply about to start his record label Where Are My Information. The group’s debut arrived in 2000, garnering mitigated but generally advantageous reviews, more than enough to protected a European discharge for the label Alice in Question. A divide 10″ with Micro:mega paved just how for a cooperation with Sylvain Chauveau, while Asselin shaped the duo Glider with Billy Mahonie guitarist Gavin Baker. In the long run of 2001, Below the ocean performed its initial concert events in Montreal and Quebec Town, developing tighter compositions and a somewhat even more rock and roll attitude. Les Arbres Dépayseront Davantage, documented in the wintertime of 2002 and brilliantly chronicling this advancement, arrived in July from the same year.