The Barr Brothers recently shared their epic song ‘You Would Have to Lose Your Mind’, the first gunner from their upcoming album ‘Queens of the Breakers’, landing October 13th. Now the Montreal band fire up the burners with an unadulterated slice of pure rock & roll with their second offering ‘It Came to Me’. Diving into the core roots of the sound, letting the blues influence shine, smokey vocals flow fluid with spirited drums and fiery guitar lines. The Barr Brothers have surely hit the target smack dab in the middle with this one.
Making their debut a few months back with the song ‘Shine’, Montreal band CHANCES return with a new single titled ‘Leave The Light On’. To call this track epic or magical would an understatement as the expansive production reaches multiple heights whilst the flowing of angelic vocals add the final beauty. ‘Leave The Light On’ is an example CHANCES confidently ready to take things to the next level. Have a listen. Read more […]
Montreal’s Doldrums steps up with extremely trippy visuals for his single ‘Runner Up’. Shot by Damian Lebiedzinski and edited by Errhead, the video features up close images of faces and bodies overlayed together, creating kaleidoscopic effects. You can even catch morphed images of Michael Jackson from the ‘Thriller’ album in a couple scenes. The song is taken from Doldrum’s forthcoming LP ‘E s c’, out June 9th. Have a look.
Caila Thompson-Hannant, known by her moniker Mozart’s Sister, brings forth a sparkling dose of electronic pop with her latest track ‘Bump’. Whilst the song itself is definitely on the experimental side of the genre, the video for the tune is a weird animation which features jumping bizarre looking animals, button-pushing fingers and more. It’s sort of like going through a three minute trip through wonderland…literally.
Montreal’s Le Couleur have been releasing loads of records for the past 7 years now. Their sound is a sexy and vibrant taste of nu disco with a glam feel to it that kind of makes you feel all chic and what not. Bringing forth their latest video ‘Premier Contact’, a night club is the setting as characters partake in comical dance threats. Apparently beef doesn’t just happen in the streets, but on the dance floor as well. Check it out. Read more […]
In the wake of the current state of events involving the rufugee crisis as well as the elections in America, Montreal band Young Galaxy have stepped forward to shed their opinion on the happenings with their new song ‘Stay For Real’. With the song being released independently, the band have also teamed up with Plus1 in which all net proceeds from the sales will get donated to the W.A.V.E Foundation, PIVOT in Canada, as well as the ACLU in the U.S.
Montreal-based trio CHANCES make their debut with a tune entitled ‘Shine’, and what an entry it is. Beginning with nothing but vocals drum kicks, the track progresses into an epic build-up of future pop stacked with echoing piano riffs and atmospheric tweaks for a sheer euphoric experience. We can hardly wait to hear more from the up and coming band. In regards to ‘Shine’, CHANCES stated: “There’s a ceremonial energy to the vocals, almost prayer-like in the way they weave in and out of Read more […]
Canadian singer KROY brings forth her new single ‘Learn’, a follow-up to her recently shared track ‘Bones’. Minimal with a delicate blanket of synths, the song reflects on a bad relationship in which KROY found difficult to leave. Using her angelic vocals to fill the space of the production, ‘Learn’ is a meditative look at a love fallen to ill lows. Have a listen. Read more […]
Montreal duo Hollis P Monroe and Overnite known together as The Black 80s will release their album ‘Heart to Art’ on September 16th via Sonar Kollectiv. With both acts already making their mark in the house scene, their new album is laced with a heavy dose of soul and future jazz, brilliantly weaved around 4×4-driven kicks. Ten tracks in total, the album includes guests Dominik Marz and Yannick Labbé. Vibrant and unquestionably rhythmical, the duo’s perfect bridging of classic New York-style house with a forward-thinking deep embedding is a nourishment for the ears and moveable for the feet.
Known for her work as half of the group Milk & Bone, Camille Poliquin is transferring their sonic brand of emotional minimalism to an even deeper and personal journey with her solo project KROY. The Montréal-based artist will release her album ‘Scavenger’ on September 23rd via Dare to Care Records in Canada and Honeymoon in The U.S. One of the songs taken from the forthcoming LP is the surreal and sky-lifting electronic pop bit ‘Bones’. Poliquin finds the spot-on middle ground mark between beautifully touching and a mid-tempo sway, which allows the track to not fall into a dreary abyss of gloom.