The acclaimed Montreal combo launches its new DIY imprint with a new track that showcases the pure and haunting voice of Erika Angell. It is gently mesmerising.
Track of the Day
Track of the Day
The Montreal folk-rock songsmith attracted the attention of the Daptone label, and a new album is coming out in its subsidiary Wick. This quasi title cut has a pleasingly psychedelic retro vibe, with Rault's vocals evocative of Marc Bolan.
The fun-loving Montreal funk duo is back with another single from an album coming June 15. It confirms both their mastery of the genre and their signature humour.
Lee Aaron – ‘Diamond Baby’ (Big Sister Records/Universal): This original song is the title track from Diamond Baby Blues,
The Canadian country-crossover singer-songwriter has Taylor Swift’s knack for dissecting relationships and delivering a punchline that’s as sweet as a slice of pecan pie.
There is a growing body of songs about the tragedy that took place on a lonely stretch of highway outside Tisdale, SK–but this one nails it. Linda Ronstadt couldn’t have captured it better, and that’s saying one heck of a lot.
Less bluegrass, more crossover, the single serves as the title track to TWU's just-released 12-track sophomore album featuring their previous top 10 hit, “Shine”.
Giving them a leg up, the band plays the CMW kick-off party at Phoenix Concert Theatre on Monday, May 7.
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.
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