Canadian trio Deux Trois is comprised of Nadia Pacey, Ben Webb and Benjamin Nelson. Having all established themselves in separate bands, this new project treads between steamy alternative and nocturnal pop. According to Deux Trois, their new single ‘Late Night Girls’ is about those lonely evenings of masturbation and porn. Whilst obviously this can be interpreted literally or metaphorically, the song creates a juxtaposition of modern day pop music which tends to regurgitate topics hyper-sexuality. Read more […]
Canadian band Ellevator have shared their third single ‘Voices’, which will be featured on their forthcoming debut EP landing April 20th via Arts & Crafts. Crafting a stellar pop meets alternative song bursting with life, the beaming production is the perfect palette for singer Nabi Sue Bersche’s lush vocals. Expect ‘Voices’ to do well on the charts. Touching on the song, Nabi Sue Bersche mentioned: “I always had a pretty firm idea of what the Love Of My Life™ would be like. I had them Read more […]
Hailing from Hamilton, Canadian band The Medicine Hat have emerged with their debut single ‘New Survival’. Similar to what the title suggests, the song is an anthem of perseverance with a steady build-up in the organic pop-alternative production. This is the type of song that you want to hear when you’re feeling down and need something a bit uplifting. Touching on ‘New Survival’, The Medicine Hat’s Nabi Sue Bersche wrote: “‘New Survival’ is a mantra. A hymn I’m singing to keep my Read more […]
Canadian singer Hanna Bech brings a dose of feel-good with her playful single and video ‘ABCs’. Directed by Charlie Helsdon, split-screen clips of people singing, clapping and cats, well just being plain cute, makes you feel happy to simply be alive. This is how life is supposed to be! The song is taken from Hanna Bech’s EP ‘Naked Bones’. Have a look.
After sharing a demo track of the song ‘Mountains’ back in 2015, Canadian trio Basement Revolver return with their official debut single entitled ‘Johnny’. It’s safe to say that the song was well worth the wait. The emotional and bold take of alternative finds lead singer Chrisy Hurn trying to understand a troubled past relationship. The song is taken from Basement Revolver’s forthcoming debut EP set to get released July 2016. Have a listen. Read more […]
Director, cinematographer and editor Ryan Emond has created a beautiful short piece for Tourism Toronto spotlighting the magic of the city. Combining time-lapse photography and slow motion techniques, the clip displays views of Toronto in the most astonishing fashion. Planet Toronto from Ryan Emond on Vimeo. Read more […]
Clara Engel is an artist but not in the cliché way that you hear the word continuously thrown around. Her art reflects passion and that passion…just is. At times it seems as if she is happy to be free of the questioning. Engel’s song writing is poetic and vibrant with lyrics that could stand alone like a classic novel.
Words-Art Jefferson Images-Emma-Lee, Yuki Komura, Clara Engel Clara Engel is an artist but not in the cliché way that you hear the word continuously thrown around. Her art reflects passion and that passion…just is. At times it seems as if she is happy to be free of the questioning. Engel’s song writing is poetic and vibrant with lyrics that could stand alone like a classic novel. Her vocals clutches emotions with a firm grip allowing a moody musical palette to sometimes evoke a beautiful Read more […]
Audio clip of Richie Hawtin Story by Heidi.