Last year Liz Lokre dropped her blazing debut single ‘Rise Up!’ which was an uplifting dub-fused rocker that had her instantly on mnay people’s radars. The Toronto singer now makes her return with the video to her latest single ‘Buh Bye’ which find her laying down her silky vocals over a soul backdrop produced by Adrian X and Jordan Reyes. The video, directed by Sean McBride and Caroline Torti, features Lokre looking hotter than a summer’s day in Death Valley as she performs the song whilst surrounded by two dancers. Stylishly shot, the single itself is currently out now via Ecclectic Electrix.
Who would have thought that even toilets can be affected by pop stars dominating the music game and well, they aren’t. For Broken Social Scene’s latest video ‘Vanity Pail Kids’, a toilet whose aim is to move the world with music feels a bit worthless due to the influence of acts like Taylor Swift. It then does the appropriate thing by partying at a bar full of people with trash bags on their heads. Now many of you may be thinking that this is far beyond the level of bizarre, but if you open your hearts and minds, you well begin to understanding that even dumping objects have feelings too.
Canadian band Basement Revolver is a name that everyone need to know. Releasing their self-titled EP last year, their emotive serving of indie and alternative rock is of premium class with powerful lyrical content that leave lasting marks. With their new EP ‘Agatha’ landing July 21st Yellow K Records/fear of missing out records, Basement Revolver have now shared the second track taken from the upcoming recording called ‘Mountains’. The intensely epic sound is a further raising of the latter showing a further maturity of the band who have already delivered one of the most solid releases of 2016.
Somewhere in between bursting indie pop and raw, pumping garage punk is where Canada’s Mise en Scene sit, finely sewing all sounds flawlessly together. Hailing from Winnipeg, the group was established by members Stefanie Blondal Johnson and Jodi Dunlop, who originally came together through their love of visual arts and of course music itself. The result was a gorgeous sound, accessible to the masses yet true to their roots.
Somewhere in between bursting indie pop and raw, pumping garage punk is where Canada’s Mise en Scene sit, finely sewing all sounds flawlessly together. Hailing from Winnipeg, the group was established by members Stefanie Blondal Johnson and Jodi Dunlop who originally came together through their love of visual arts and of course music itself. The result was gorgeous sound, accessible to the masses yet true to their roots.
Alisha Jade is more than just a singer but a killer producer as well. Over the span of three years, she has shared a number of high-powered soul and dark r&b tunes. With her latest track ‘Catch Me If You Can’, the Toronto native hits us with a slow and steamy nightime bit that led by Jade’s seducing vocals. It’s only a matter of time before Alisha Jade completely takes over the music game. Have a listen. Read more […]
Elodie Tomlinson and Bryan Osuszek of the L.A.-based group Sibling dropped their impressive self-titled EP last year which exemplified the duo’s crafitness of making excellent electronic pop. Now making their return with their new track ‘Knights’, the pair have knocked out a silky and steamy pop bit that is gripping with well-polished production and sexy vocals, making it their best tune yet. Touching on the song, Elodie Tomlinson stated: “Sometimes people suck, things feel out of control Read more […]
Canadian band Mise en Scene are gearing up for the release of their sophomore album ‘Still Life On Fire’, out June 16th. Setting things off with a new single entitled ‘Wasters’, the track is a blissful and shining handing of alternative, pop and garage punk inspiring listeners to kindly step away from people who are pure wasters of time. You can listen to the song down below. Enjoy.
The Weeknd continues to ride his high streak with very sharp visuals for his track ‘Secrets’. Director Pedro Martin-Calero cleverly uses angles and shapes of rooms and buildings, as well as reflections to create an artistic and eye-engaging array of imagery as the model of the video hugs on a mysterious man before performing the same act on The Weeknd. We definitely give the visuals two thumbs up. Have a look. Read more […]
Toronto singer DYLYN has shared her new track ‘American Nightmare’, a statement of the now generation who are choosing to carve out their own paths, shunning past ideology. The racing pop piece finds DYLYN bolder than ever, carving her name in musical stone, leaving a firm imprint. Touching on the new track DYLYN mentioned: “My generation is much more in tune with our emotions and who we are than past generations. Some choose to take a traditional path in life, settle down, get married Read more […]