After two years since it’s release.
Toronto’s Weaves drops the music video for Shithole.
Shithole is also taken from their debut full-length LP out on Buzz Records.
Directed by Trevor Blumas of Doomsquad.
Here is what they have to say about the music video.
“We shot this video on a hot summer day with no AC in the Coffin Factory Lofts in Toronto. Sweaty and intimate,” says Burke. “Visually it depicts the build up and break down of myself through the different looks. I wrote the song when I was living in a shitty place and was feeling kind of down, but the mysterious thing is I have no recollection of writing it. I found it on my computer one day and had thought I must have sent it to Morgan but I hadn’t. So we essentially did the demo the day after I re-discovered the track and were playing it live soon after.”
This is the second single from Toronto’s Peeling.
Magic Eye is taken from their debut EP “Rats in Paradise” dropping on October 14, 2016.
Led by Kiev-born singer/guitarist Annabelle Lee and featuring Jimmy Tony Rowlinson (Dilly Dally) on bass, Denholm Whale (Odonis Odonis) on drums, and Alejandro Cairncross on guitar, the band are newly signed to Buzz Records
Dilly Dally‘s fkkt is a collection of remixes of tracks from their acclaimed LP, Sore.
Remixes by acts like Odonis Odonis, CRIM3S and Nailbiter.
fkkt released today, one year to the day from the release of the band’s debut.
To celebrate the band have shared a video for Nailbiter’s remix of “The Touch.” The video was made by the band and offers a thought-provoking take on menstruation, sexuality, and the erasure of women.
Anything that Buzz Records puts out can be great, right?
This band I am intrigued is Casper Skulls.
The members are Neil Bednis, Fraser McClean, Melanie Gail St-Pierre and Chris Anthony.
They dropped a lo-fi punk rocking single called Devotion from their upcoming debut EP called Lips & Skull out October 28th.
About the song Devotion:
As the EP’s first single and lead off track, “Devotion” sets the tone for the release, introducing the band at their taut and kinetic best, and illustrating their dynamic range, building tension in between eruptions of the track’s thunderous hook, while exploring for the first time in their recorded material, the interplay between Bednis and the band’s other vocalist Melanie St-Pierre.
Bednis has said that the EP is thematically focused on “the duality of man, both in outward relationships and in relation to himself,” a theme present in the single’s lyrics, a meditation on devotion as it’s manifested across a broad spectrum of human experience.
“The song traces devotion from its most humble form (devotion to a sports team or a coffee shop) all the way to an American state’s devotion to follow through with capital punishment,” he tells FADER. “I meant to explore the beauty of being devoted to something but also what devotion could look like when it is driven by ego, ignorance or hatred.”