Thirty-five years after it became an anthemic hit for Parachute Club, the infectious tune is given a fresh twist by Lorraine Segato, two of her bandmates, and a large cast of strong young voices. Proceeds will benefit four non-profits.
Track of the Day
Track of the Day
The Toronto guitar hero and hard rock godfather has just released a solo record, Signals Through The Flames. This focus track showcases his typically virile vocals and axemanship, and it evokes the sound of '70s Brit hard rock.
The highly-regarded Albertan roots troubadour previews a new album with a single that has a surprising but attractive glam rock feel.
The indie rock veterans are preparing the release of their first album in 15 years, and this title track is a shape-shifting gem. The companion video is a visual treat.
The title track of the Halifax combo's upcoming sophomore full-length showcases its appealingly melodic power pop meets psych sound.
Two of the strongest voices in Canadian country combine to great emotional effect on this full-blooded and open-hearted ballad.
The maverick Regina hit bluegrass outfit The Dead South has announced the Oct. release of a third full-length album, Sugar & Joy. This lead single is a frisky tune driven by banjo, mandolin, and cello, and bolstered with full-blooded vocal harmonies.
Two of the planet's hottest pop stars team up on a catchy joint single complemented by a video as steamy as a Miami summer day. We predict a major hit.
This new single from the Vancouver combo meditates upon the phenomenon of love. It is dream-pop of a high order, exuding a gently mesmerising ambience.
This new single and video from the Toronto folk-rock combo is a piano ballad that spotlights leader Kaleb Hikele's warm and soulful voice, one complementing the song's tender sentiments.
One of the first of a likely deluge of Raptors-themed cuts, this features free-flowing rhymes atop a sparse beat. Bonus points for the Kawhi Leonard lookalike in the video.