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Today's New Track

  • Midnight Shine: Heart Of Gold
    The Neil Young classic is given fresh new life by this north Ontario roots-rock group, and it is sung partly in Cree. The track is included on the band's just-released third album, High Road.
  • Photo: Holly Chang
    Dan Mangan: Fool For Waiting
    The art-rock auteur returns to a simpler sound on this new single. The combination of minimal piano and his deep resonant voice is perfectly suited to an openly sentimental ballad that may just become a wedding song fave.
  • Allan Rayman: Word Of Mouth
    Fresh off his Juno nomination as Breakthrough Artist of the Year, the Toronto-based singer/songwriter premieres a video for his latest cut. The song is a fresh and tasty hybrid of R&B and rock sounds paired with Rayman's gritty and grunge-inflected vocals.
  • Port Cities: Idea Of You
    The Nova Scotian roots trio marks the anniversary of a much-praised debut album with a new recording of a song that's been a live favourite. The pure vocals of Breagh Mackinnon and gently lustful lyrics make it a bona fide charmer. ,
  • Rochester: Balance
    The highly-touted rapper is off to a flying start with this new cut, racking up impressive streaming numbers. He delivers thoughtful lines with authority, while subtly inventive production lends a soothing ambience.
  • Kayla Diamond: What You're Made Of
    The Toronto pop artist follows up her breakthrough hit Carnival Hearts with another tasty confection that embeds a positive message in an infectious melody.
  • Elaquent: Celebrate Life!
    The prolific producer/beatmaker is internationally recognised for his inventive brand of instrumental hip-hop. This title cut from an imminent EP has a gently mesmerising and positive vibe befitting its title.
  • Ascot Royals: Evil I Know
    This cut from the new EP New Skin is rapidly making a mark on radio. It is easy to hear why, as it is a textbook example of how to give a three-minute rock song real dynamism. There is perceptive social commentary at work here too.
  • Photo:  Brittany Gawley
    The LYNNeS: Recipe For Disaster
    Lynn Miles and Lynne Hanson are acclaimed and prolific solo roots music artists. Now joining forces as a duo, they have just released an impressive debut album. This single features fluent vocal harmonies, a catchy melody, and a charming video. Call it a recipe for success.
  • Sly & Robbie Meet Dubmatix: Dictionary
    Juno-winning producer/composer Jesse King collaborates with the famed Jamaican reggae rhythm section on a new album, Overdubbed. This cut captures the bass-heavy essence of the dub form, but is fleshed out in appealingly inventive fashion.
  • Photo: Nikki Ormerod
    Good Lovelies: I See Gold
    The pure vocals of the popular trio are the driving force of this gentle charmer, one projecting a sweet optimism. It is the first single from their soon to be released sixth album, Shapeshifters.
  • Fortunate Ones: Northern Star
    A winner in the inaugural Allan Slaight Juno Master Class, this Newfoundland folk duo further confirms its real potential with this surging track that features crisp and pure harmonies and polished production. A second album is coming May 25.
  • Frigs: II
    Based on this propulsive new track, the Toronto post-punk quartet will justify the advance hype for an imminent full-length debut. It is dirty and invigorating, a mud bath for the ears.
  • Partner: Everybody Knows
    The new single from the Windsor duo's raved about debut album features playful lyrics and righteously ringing guitar and is as refreshing as a dip in an icy lake. They're spreading the gospel with international touring.
  • Laila Biali: Got To Love
    The highly-touted jazz/pop chanteuse steps up with an exuberant R&B-inflected tune guaranteed to get the toes a-tappin'. It is the new single from an eponymous album heading our way on Friday.
  • Photo: Mark Warfield
    Grand Analog: Mutations ft. Posdnuos
    The distinctive rhyming flow of an American rap pioneer perfectly suits this new cut from a veteran Canadian crew. The results caress the ear and reaffirm the pleasures of conscious hip-hop.
  • Ian Janes: Can't Remember Never Loving You
    The East Coast songsmith delivers a genuinely moving country ballad that celebrates the virtues of fidelity. Could this become a fave future wedding song? A cover by two stars from Nashville, the TV series, has already given it valuable exposure.
  • James Bryan: Back In Those Loving Arms - feat. Divine Brown
    Philosopher Kings and Prozzak member Bryan has just released a second solo album, By Your Side. The featured vocals of Divine Brown help make this cut a gently soulful charmer to ward off the winter blues.
  • Photo: Matt Barnes
    Born Ruffians: Miss You
    The Toronto ensemble headlines a series of hometown shows following the release of a new album and teasing both is a fine new single that will tickle the fancy of alt and mainstream fans.
  • The Road Hammers: All Your Favorite Bands
    The bad-boy biker country trio that often displays a rain barrel-sized sense of humour showcases its sensitive side on this rare ballad penned by US band Dawes and Canadianized for the homeland fans. Clayton Bellamy's vocal carries the song, but allied harmonies and searing riffs certify this as a bonafide winner.

More New track picks

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  • Midnight Shine: Heart Of Gold
    Feb 23, 2018
  • Photo: Holly Chang
    Dan Mangan: Fool For Waiting
    Feb 21, 2018
  • Allan Rayman: Word Of Mouth
    Feb 19, 2018
  • Port Cities: Idea Of You
    Feb 16, 2018
  • Rochester: Balance
    Feb 14, 2018
  • Kayla Diamond: What You're Made Of
    Feb 12, 2018
  • Elaquent: Celebrate Life!
    Feb 09, 2018
  • Ascot Royals: Evil I Know
    Feb 07, 2018
  • Photo:  Brittany Gawley
    The LYNNeS: Recipe For Disaster
    Feb 05, 2018
  • Sly & Robbie Meet Dubmatix: Dictionary
    Feb 02, 2018
  • Photo: Nikki Ormerod
    Good Lovelies: I See Gold
    Jan 31, 2018
  • Fortunate Ones: Northern Star
    Jan 29, 2018
  • Frigs: II
    Jan 26, 2018
  • Partner: Everybody Knows
    Jan 24, 2018
  • Laila Biali: Got To Love
    Jan 22, 2018
  • Photo: Mark Warfield
    Grand Analog: Mutations ft. Posdnuos
    Jan 19, 2018
  • Ian Janes: Can't Remember Never Loving You
    Jan 17, 2018
  • James Bryan: Back In Those Loving Arms - feat. Divine Brown
    Jan 14, 2018
  • Photo: Matt Barnes
    Born Ruffians: Miss You
    Jan 12, 2018
  • The Road Hammers: All Your Favorite Bands
    Jan 09, 2018