This new duo project pairs Thomas D'Arcy and July Talk's Josh Warburton, and a self-titled EP comes out on Friday. The first single is a melodic disco-inflected cut that will put a smile on your face. Call it a guilty pleasure.
Track of the Day
Track of the Day
The Winnipeg punk veterans will release a new album on Sept. 29. Their fiery political lyrics and aggressive sonic assault are both captured on the advance title track single.
On the heels of making the Polaris Music Prize short list, the adventurous songstress unveils an eye-catching new video featuring a cameo by Jarvis Cocker. The clip neatly mirrors the tightly-coiled tension of the track.
Mellow Winnipeg tunesmith Grant Davidson made an impact in 2015 via his selection to the prestigious Allan Slaight Juno Master Class and now has an album coming next month. This title track showcases his subtle charm.
In advance of a new album, the indie rock veterans deliver a robust new track that sounds both familiar and fresh. It is accompanied by a dazzling video clip that depicts Toronto in dramatic fashion.
After a four year absence, the duo returns with a strong new cut and news of a new record deal. The languid R&B feel of the haunting track is gently mesmerising.
The fiery funk-rocker has just released an eye-catching video for a dynamic cut from last year's full-length debut album. It showcases searing guitar and a powerful voice that is now attracting fans in Europe.
The elder statesman of rock releases a new protest song for July 4th. It is an epic affair, with horns, strings and a choir, and it delivers a much-needed message.
Strong vocal harmonies and production boost this catchy debut single from a new pop duo worth watching closely.
A Slaight Music Residency graduate and vocalist in Del Bel, Lisa Conway excels in this track from her album Moon Milk. It showcases the aching purity of her voice, while the accompanying video is mesmerising.
The acclaimed roots-rock combo from Saskatchewan will release a sixth album in the fall. This advance cut is a gem, with Ryan Boldt's resonant voice and the fuzz meets twang guitars combining to create a spooky feel.