It has been a long gap between albums for Montreal singer/songwriter Martine Groulx, but she impresses on this new single. It is a gentle and light-hearted look at girls on the town, looking for love or at least a good time.
Track of the Day
Track of the Day
Once named Canada's smartest person, the Toronto rapper displays his chops on the lead single from an imminent third album. The track skilfully weaves his fluent rhymes with the featured vocal of Jenna Nation.
A star in Asia, the soulful Singaporean singer now resides in the northern town of Toronto. Aided by an ace local cast, she puts a fresh spin on The Dream Academy hit, and Unison benefits from the project.
The Toronto rock 'n roll duo has packed it in but will deliver a final EP comprising covers of some blues-rock classics that have been an inspiration. This adrenalized version of a Jeff Beck fave features beefy vocal harmonies and searing guitar.
The folk-rockers explore a penchant for the anthemic on this compelling new single from a third album coming May 4. Mainman Reuben Bullock's resonant voice tackles intensely personal subject matter.
The chart-topping Juno-nominated rockers have just released an unexpected but winning cover of a Kanye West hit. The gritty voice of Brett Emmons delivers the acerbic lyrics on the dark piano ballad in convincing fashion.
The hip-hop trio from the 6ix head to the frozen wilds in this clip for their latest single. The setting suits their stone-cold flows and beats, and the rotation of the rhymers keeps things interesting.
This soul singer from Toronto scores a knockout with her new single. Her powerhouse voice evokes Amy Winehouse, while old-school production values and an empowering video bring it on home.
The title cut from the new EP by the hotly-tipped Toronto artist justifies all the attention she has been receiving. This is contemporary R&B at its finest, with Wilson delivering a restrained yet hauntingly effective vocal performance.
The Neil Young classic is given fresh new life by this north Ontario roots-rock group, and it is sung partly in Cree. The track is included on the band's just-released third album, High Road.
The art-rock auteur returns to a simpler sound on this new single. The combination of minimal piano and his deep resonant voice is perfectly suited to an openly sentimental ballad that may just become a wedding song fave.
Buzzing with his Juno nomination as Breakthrough Artist of the Year, the Toronto-based singer/songwriter premieres a video for his latest cut. The song is a fresh and tasty hybrid of R&B and rock sounds paired with Rayman's gritty and grunge-inflected vocals.