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Mar 22, 2019
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Mar 22, 2019
Veteran recording engineer/music producer Kevin Doyle's recent efforts could soon be helping a number of young people in Nicaragua learn English la

Today's New Track

  • The Indigenous BC hip-hop duo and Polaris Prize shortlisters preview a new album with another riveting track, showcasing rapid-fire rhymes and powerful lyrics.
  • The Toronto hard rock band demonstrates its sonic ferocity on a new live video featuring two cuts from acclaimed current album Heaven.
  • The veteran hard rockers deliver an unlikely yet compelling version of the Gordon Lightfoot classic, with Hugh Dillon's virile vocals driving the narrative.
  • This young Toronto singer/songwriter/producer is now attracting international attention and this third single will fuel the buzz. It packs plenty into just 2:36, and the hiphop meets alt/art rock hybrid is fascinating.
  • The newest single from the Toronto modern-rock band is already scoring notable rock radio adds. No surprise, as it is a well-constructed and melodic tune. Call it a tale of lust at first sight:
  • The Canadian pop songwriter teams up with the Motown legend on a charming cut that evokes the sound and history of the famed Motor City label.
  • The Toronto-based singer/songwriter previews an upcoming solo album with a track showcasing her strong and emotionally expressive voice, while its lyrics dig deep.
  • Photo: Colin Medley
    The Winnipeg rocker, who recently signed to Sleepless, impresses with this spirited and melodic single, one featuring ringing guitars and thought-provoking lyrics, and accompanied by an entertaining video.
  • The acclaimed roots songsmith previews a new album with a compelling track that is a touch more upbeat than the melancholy material permeating earlier records.
  • The highly-touted modern rock trio from Saskatoon returns with a new single featuring dreamy instrumental passages and gently mesmerising vocals. It will turn you into a close listener.
  • The young Toronto hip-hop artist is quickly turning ears with this debut single. It features skittery beats, a catchy refrain, and a cool sports reference.
  • In advance of her new album A Japanese Fever Dream, this electronica artist from Edmonton releases a track and eye-catching self-directed video reflecting her love of Tokyo. Insistent beats and washes of keyboards underpin a clear and unaffected vocal style.
  • This project is the brainchild of Montreal electro-pop artist Felix Mongeon. This second single from his debut full-length is a sweetly seductive charmer, featuring melodic vocals and an '80s vibe.
  • The new video for this fan favourite track was recorded at the National Music Centre. A 70-voice choir supplements the rich and resonant vocals of mainman Reuben Bullock, imparting a gospel feel.
  • The hardcore heroes return with the first new original track in almost a decade. It features their familiar intensity, led by George Pettit's signature paint-stripping vocals. The group's large global following will lap this up.
  • This new cut from the Toronto quartet track mixes melody and rhythm neatly, with the push and pull dynamics mirroring the lyrical theme. It is a co-write with Martha Johnson and Mark Gane of Martha and the Muffins.
  • Photo:  Britney Townsend
    The leader of Hey Rosetta! is going solo, with a debut album coming in April. This lead single is a tender piano ballad that allows his rich and resonant voice to shine.
  • The singer/songwriter from Stratford has quietly gained a large international following. This new cut is a slow burning slab of sparse and soulful folk, while the accompanying video has a dark edge evocative of David Lynch.
  • The first new music from the country hitmakers in over a year sounds like another winner. The upbeat mood of the song mirrors lyrics extolling the virtues of Friday night fun.
  • Photo: Brian Van Wyk
    The BC-raised, US-based singer/songwriter previews his new album, Thresholds, with this spirited and radio-friendly cut. The full-blooded guitars give it a rock edge that is a departure from his usual mellow folk-rock sound.