With their career trajectory still firmly in the ascendant, rock faves Arkells deliver a surprise new track. It’s a knockout, with horns boosting its boisterous and upbeat sound.
Track of the Day
Track of the Day
The acclaimed roots music songstress previews her upcoming album A Girl In Teen City with a vibrant focus track that is a departure from her signature poetic melancholy. It recalls the days of her youth with real humour and insight.
The Calgary combo follows up earlier hit “Life’s What You Make It” with another tasty pop confection that pairs gently sensual lyrics with an ear-grabbing melody and strong production chops.
Set in an abandoned amusement park, this track takes the listener on a thrilling rollercoaster ride. It is the debut single from a recent winner of Slaight Music’s It’s Your Shot contest.
The Juno-winning Hamilton-based rockers preview a new compilation showcasing their early work with this riveting track. Fuelled by Luke Bentham’s intense vocals and crunching guitar, it has a stoner rock vibe.
The much-heralded but long dormant project of Liz Powell is back on track with this gently mesmerizing single from a new album coming May 19.
Taylor Knox – “Running Into Love” (Cadence Music): After making a mark as drummer for the likes of Hayden, Luke Doucet, Alvvays, a
Spencer Burton - "Broken Hearts and Broken Chains" (Dine Alone): This track from roots songsmith Burton has the best opening of a
Timber Timbre - "Grifting" (Arts & Crafts): The quartet's signature brand of atmospheric melancholia is replaced by a funky fe
DIANA - "What You Get" (Culvert Music): This Toronto synth-pop outfit has just announced a North American summer tour as well as r
Torero – “Canyon” (Independent): The Toronto ensemble released their self-titled debut in June 2015 so the release of a video for