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.
Track of the Day
Track of the Day
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 favourite fan 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.
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.
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.
After a string of well-received singles, the psych-rock combo has released its debut full-length In Scenery. This spirited track builds in intensity, with virile guitars complemented by keyboard fills.
The Toronto garage-pop combo previews a debut album with a short and snappy tune featuring jangly guitar and catchy hooks that leave you wanting to hear more.