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Thomas D'Arcy marches to the beat of his own drum machine. That's what D'Arcy – the solo mastermind behind Small Sins (formerly known as The Ladies And Gentlemen) discovered after spending the better chunk of a decade in bands percolating around the indie-rock scene of his Toronto hometown. By Christmas 2004, D'Arcy found his band broken up and himself in the midst of a "mid-twenties crisis." "I was really questioning what I was doing with my life," D'Arcy… read more

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  • The L.A. Complex brought me here. Love their material...
  • Check out their mind-boggling music video to Why Don't You Believe Me, and an interview with director John JP Poliquin: http://www.musicvidkid.com/?p=1421
  • Latest Small Sins LP is a great collection of small songs magnified with shimmering production. Album review here, for those interested: http://theskeletoncrewquarterly.blogspot.com/2010/11/pot-calls-kettle-black-small-sins.html
  • not bad
  • you RULE Small Sins...i put Bullet on repeat 10x and its not even your first song that Ive loved.
  • Come to Hong Kong :D
  • I remember the first time I saw you playing. That was at The Media Club in Vancouver. You were pretty good.
  • i adore them.
  • nice
  • saw the ladies and gents last night (i don't want to change the name either) for the fourth time. they've definitely turned up the rockability, but still have all the wonderful melodies. kevin told me that the band actually voted 4 to 1 to not change the name and not get rid of the milkmen uniform, but what Tom say goes.

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