Today, Fet.Nat dropped the music video for Your World Is My Mystery Gift II.
Taken from their 2019 Polaris Music Prize short-listed album Le Mal out on Boiled Records.
The music video directed by André M. Bluteau is a disquieting look at the human condition and capturing the disparity of our world, intimating the imbalance propelling us toward imminent collapse.
Better post this single by Ellis before March ends.
Last week the Hamilton musician who is signed to Fat Possum and Royal Mountain Records dropped the third single from the upcoming album born again which comes out on April 3, 2020.
March 13, a haunting piano ballad which is a short but stunning interlude on the record.
Here is this week’s Top 5 Songs of the week.
Due to the Covid-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic outbreak.
The Top 5 won’t be broadcast at its usual time-slot on CHUO 89.1FM but instead will be posted on here.
This week at #1 for the second week goes to Montreal’s TOPS.
Colder & Closer is taken from their upcoming album I Feel Alive which drops on April 3, 2020.
A new debut from The Darcys with two song single which came out Friday.
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Fake Shape is an Alternative-Indie band from Hamilton, Ontario that formed in September 2018.
All five musicians offer their own aesthetic, creating music that falls between funk, indie-rock, pop and ambient electronic.
They have been writing and recording at Fort Rose in Hamilton and are getting ready to release their debut EP, Night Swim.
The band’s new single, “It’s Easy,” is a melancholy indie track with electronic flourishes that drifts through morphing textures evoking the feeling of hopelessness and existential dread.
Sounds very Radiohead-esque!!
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They are back!
Bruce Peninsula today dropped the leading single from their upcoming album No Earthly Sound which drops on April 17, 2020.
New material since their 2011 album Open Flames.
Have a listen to Make a Sound which starts of like a gospel style clapping to a full sound of rock!
An artist you need to look out in 2020 (Despite what we are dealing with at the moment. Do support them whatever you can!)
Serbian-Canadian musician Dana Gavanski will release her debut album, Yesterday Is Gone, on March 27, 2020 via Flemish Eye Recordsfor Canada and Full Time Hobby for outside of Canada.
Today, she presents “Small Favours” which is the final single before the album release later this month.
Dana shared her state of mind when she wrote “Small Favours” and how it came to her in a song:
“‘Small Favours’ expresses a cheekiness. A playful dismissal of heaviness and getting bogged down by emotions, acknowledging how things may seem small when they’re big and big when they’re small.”
Today, Los Angeles’s Moaning shared the video for “Connect The Dots,” the latest single from their highly anticipated sophomore album, Uneasy Laughter drops tomorrow via Sub Pop Records.
Of the track, Sean Solomon says:
“The song is about realizing you need help and being brave enough to ask for it.
It’s a misconception that asking for help is a sign of weakness.
In reality it’s one of the hardest things you can do.”
“Connect The Dots” was directed by Campbell Logan who notes “I created this video with the intention of inspiring self-forgiveness, something I think we should all practice.
Making it gave me the opportunity to practice an approach that I like to call Filmmaking Simulation, which is a process of doing film production using virtual cinematography, set design and performance.
The result is photorealistic and mimics live action.
We had an extremely quick turnaround on the video, but were able to complete it in a little over a month, and despite these hurdles I’m so proud of it!”