Youthful as she is, her emotive style borders recognizable torch singers past and present, and a barstool of lounge singers who once romanced known neon haunts with a parcel of lipstick songs.
Track of the Day
Track of the Day
This third single from his current album is custom made for in-dash playlists alongside classic road-trip tunes pulled from Damn the Torpedoes and Born to Run.
Patiently Awaiting The Meteorite – ‘Electrified’ (Unda In Choc): Electro dance-funk juiced to perfection by an already successful
This is a taut, action-packed story-telling song debut that opens with blazing certainty and carries through to the last lick.
Roots-rock outfit Crybaby made a splash with a sparkling debut record, Paintings, in 1996. Recently reunited after a long hiatus, they've released this cut from an imminent second album that pairs melancholia-tinged vocals and a resonant guitar twang. Gripping stuff.
Ziggi Jadovsky – ‘Morning Dread’ (Indie/BandCamp): Cocktail hour ska-funk from a youthful and talented Montreal newcomer with a se
Myles Goodwyn – ‘Nobody Lies (About Having The Blues)’ Ft.
Francesco Yates – "Do You Think About Me" (WMC): Like the EP title-track song, there’s no question mark about this self-composed,
"I Hate Men (I Really Hate Men)" is the latest single from Toronto’s commercially adept punk trio and it's not meant to be ironic. Content aside, this team packs a wallop with a Green Day-like anthem tailored like a bespoke suit for today’s wrenching twist into modern times and gender parity.
A leading light on the Montreal hip-hop scene, this MC was recently nominated for a Juno. Here he teams up with the Juno-winning Jazz Cartier on a cool and funky new single and video. Phelps' brother, Kaytranada, adds deft production touches.
The Toronto sibling duo has just signed to a NYC record label and delivers the goods on this compelling new single that is part '80s electro-pop and part contemporary R&B. The track's slow, sensual vibe mirrors the song's romantic theme.