Now based in Montreal, this roving folk-accented songstress releases her full-length debut on Friday. This gently mesmerising advance track showcases a pure voice and imaginative arrangements.
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The band has an important champion in the form of Broken Social Scene's Kevin Drew, and he executive produced the new record.
This all-female country quartet has been dubbed "the Spice Girls on a whiskey bender." Their new single has an infectious party vibe, boosted by massed vocals and feisty banjo and guitar licks,
After touring Australia together, these two singer/songwriters and labelmates recorded this joint single. Tight harmonies and a jaunty melody neatly complement lyrics extolling the virtues of starting over.
The group's two married principals have moved from acoustic folk to a wide-screen modern rock sound featuring interwoven vocals and lush production. This anthemic track has real commercial potential.
The Albertan country star returns from a hiatus with a new single that showcases his vocal skills. The mid-tempo track mixes classic and contemporary elements and espouses some good rural philosophy.
Plaintive vocals and tight harmonies are featured on this philosophical new single from the highly promising Toronto folk-rock quartet.
Murder Murder - I've Always Been A Gambler" (Independent): As the evocative band name suggests, this Sudbury-based outfit is devot
Contemporary R&B of the highest order is delivered by this Toronto quartet on a new single taken from an Aug. 8 album release.
After a long hiatus, the alt-rock favourites will release a new album in October. There are no signs of rust on the first single, a virile cut with an anthemic quality.
This new duo project pairs Thomas D'Arcy and July Talk's Josh Warburton, and a self-titled EP comes out on Friday. The first single is a melodic disco-inflected cut that will put a smile on your face. Call it a guilty pleasure.