Montreal’s Beyries dropped the gripping cinematic video for the song Son, from her debut album Landing.
Directed by Philippe Grenier and shot on 35mm film, the video tells the dark secret of a country-dwelling family whose eldest son aims to avenge his little sister.
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Today on No Filter, I interviewed Cincinnati, Ohio’s Mardou front-person and songwriter Dylan McCartney.
His band will release their album Cold Grasp this Friday on Moniker Records.
Also they will be stopping in Ottawa for Ottawa Explosion Weekend 2017 at Club Saw on Friday night.
The interview is around the 15 minute mark.
Have a listen to their leading single called The Enemy.
Omhouse is an art rock group from Toronto spearheaded by Steven Foster.
The band started as Foster’s solo recording project after his band’s van broke down and he had to take a solitary three day Greyhound ride from Greenville, TX to Toronto with no phone or books to entertain him. When he got home he started recording the songs that had been germinating in his head on the endless bus ride, and shortly thereafter formed a band around the new material with Evan Cartwright (Tasseomancy), Sam Gleason (Charlotte Cornfield) and Ben Harney. Since then Omhouse has grown to blend riff-heavy power pop, sample-based electronic music and progressive rock.
Nursery is the follow up to 2014 MOONEYE EP. Previous releases include Gutterbird cassette (2013) and Omhouse s/t (2012).
While trying to find whatever music to play on my radio show.
I accidentally found this artist on this site and when I listened to this album.
I was blown away by the music!
This is the British artist Kelly Lee Owens with her self-titled debut album.
Heare is the details:
“An album that bridges the gaps between cavernous techno, spectral pop, and krautrock’s mechanical pulse, the 27 year old Londoner has made a debut album brimming with exploratory wonder, establishing a personal aesthetic that is as beguiling as it is thrillingly familiar.”
With the popularity of EDM from the likes of The xx, Austra and Grimes.
This album is a mix of dreamy electronic sounds to hard-pulse electronic dance beats.
The standout track is Anxi which features Jenny Hval.
I call her the British version of Jessy Lanza, Caribou, Blue Hawaii and Austra mixed into one!
This one of the surprising albums to check out in 2017!
- Anxi feat. Jenny Hval
- Throwing Lines
- Keep Walking
I’d give this album:
There was a time I used to listen to CBC Radio 3 and they usually play Prairie Cat’s music.
With it’s upbeat cheery mellow pop music that reminds me of a happy Jose Gonzalez.
Anyways Prairie Cat has a new album coming out called “Is Cary Pratt” dropping on June 9th via Fuzzy Logics Recordings.
Here are the details about the album:
“Much of the subject matter for the latest album came from a grizzly discovery while on vacation in Hawaii. On his first day of touring the powder white beaches, Cary found an idyllic spot for the day’s sun and sand; that is, until something bobbing in the water caught his eye. Even through the blinding sunlight was reflecting off the surf, Cary could sense trouble on the horizon. Not until the ambulance had pulled away did the gravity of the situation sink in. “Finding a body definitely changes the record you were planning on making” says Pratt of his most introspective record to date.
His first new single “Leave a Note” was penned directly from this experience as Prairie Cat found a new, more urgent purpose: to say what’s on his mind and not hold back. Hear this and much more on Is Cary Pratt. As Pratt says, “Life is short, so be yourself!””
Here is the music video.
If you don’t want to want to see the whole thing it is basically killing the radio.
Doesn’t breaking things feel so good?