The road-hardened roots troubadour releases his sixth album, Your Perfect Matador, today, and this advance track is a winner. It has a muscular sound fuelled by female backing vocals and a wailing guitar, while Aymar's near spoken word vocal style conveys the evocative lyrics with precision.
Track of the Day
Track of the Day
Acclaimed singer/songwriter/producer Lisa Conway shines on this new track, one enhanced by a compelling video clip. The Slaight Music Residency graduate mesmerises with a voice that is both haunting and strong.
Now based in Nashville, the Ontario country singer/songwriter impresses on this radio-friendly duet with Gord Bamford. The two stars trade verses and harmonise effectively on a tune featuring whiskey as the cure for post-breakup pain.
The award-winning singer/songwriter delivers a haunting and fresh version of the Tom Petty classic. She has also curated a talent-laden Canadian playlist of Petty covers coming soon.
The return of the pop princess after a long absence is being welcomed. Her voice is in prime form on this powerful ballad that reflects her life-changing struggle with Lyme Disease.
This new single from the Hamilton band's upcoming album, Rally Cry, reflects upon a karaoke-boosted respite from dark times. Another winner from a group whose moment is now.
The Newfoundland folk duo releases a video to accompany the title track of its popular second album. It features soaring and full-blooded production courtesy of Daniel Ledwell, while the vocal harmonies are sweet and tight.
The Juno-wining and multi-platinum selling pop songstress returns with a new single that confirms her talent. A staccato drum track adds a hip-hop inflection to a sweetly sung piano ballad.
The latest contender in the Toronto avant-R&B sweepstakes improves his odds with this focus track from a new album. Abetted by sparse production, his vocals have a pleasingly romantic tone.
The prize-winning roots-rockers mix things up with an appealing new single that features country singer Alyssa Morrissey dueting sweetly with JJ Thompson. The track will appear on the group's upcoming second album, Daisy.
The Toronto-based bilingual alt-folk duo recently won Stingray's Rising Star Award for this track. A charming new video complements an upbeat and empowering tune delivered via pure vocals.