Packed with huge soundscapes and brazen honesty, Point North venture into an alternate reality on their conceptual debut album, Brand New Vision. Dark and destructive at first glance, the world painted in Brand New Vision is threaded with hope and optimism. Escaping mundanity and the
We have a lot of love for the latest luscious track from Family Of Things feat. Zerbin titled Real Strong Woman that sounds like a fresh breath of air that we didn’t know we needed. Hailing from Hamilton, Ontario, Family Of Things (Aaron Brown and Bradley
Take a moment to delve into new track from Montréal based artist Delachute titled Sophia who’s haunting personal experiences have given a unique perspective that artists rarely explore. The artistry is layered and textured throughout Delachute’s work with help from Grammy award winning producer Mark Lawson.
Announcing their new album, Fuck Art, The Dirty Nil are back with their gritty rock-blended single, Doom Boy. Meant to be played loud, Canadian punks The Dirty Nil are once again announcing their prowess with their newest single, Doom Boy. Their unique sound blends the
Brimming with sass, 1-800-HELL-NO is a defining moment for LA-based artist, JUJ. Through every crackling beat, aquatic synth melody, and snappy lyrical run of 1-800-HELL-NO JUJ exudes the feisty confidence. Taking the energy of a woman scorned and serving it up in a scalding pop
Similar Kind give us the summer lovin’ we’ve always dreamed of on sun-kissed new single Nobody Loves You. Connecticut indie-pop group, Similar Kind, are in the midst of creating the follow-up EP to their debut Faces & Places. To hold fans over, the group has
German band, Coffee Talk, is bringing back early 2000’s pop-punk with a vengeance. Through Hoppus-esque vocals, poetically heartfelt lyrics and vehement instrumentation, the band’s latest single No Place In Your Head, will send listeners back to the days of lip rings, studded belts and brightly-coloured