Here’s your spring party anthem: R3HAB and Icona Pop’s retro “This Is How We Party”, a team-up between the super powers of DJ and producer R3HAB with electropop charmers Icona Pop.
Pop singer and songwriter Madison Beer is prepping her first full-length album, that will come out in the next few weeks, but until then, let’s bask in the witchy vengeance of her music video for “Hurts Like Hell”.
Burning guitars and pounding drums are a big part of Toronto alt-rockers Pterodactyl Problems first single “Paresthesia”, from their album, Esoteric Hobbies. But there’s a lot more to talk about with their style, and the album.
Take a listen to Hamilton’s Neena Rose and expect to hear more from her very soon. The 17-year-old singer is passionate, talented, and she’s earned a lot of accolades already. She’s also working on an up-and-coming EP with producer and writer 80 Empire.
Sara Kays and “Rich Boy” are exactly what my playlist needed. Kays has a transcendent voice, and her enthralling single “Rich Boy” is effortless, and confidant.
Here’s a track to warm up your winter, and it’s so great, I’ve got it on repeat. Canadian producer Felix Cartal teamed up with the incredible Lights for the single “Love Me,” a sweet, slick, and fresh groove that will be stuck in your head for days.
What a single. Toronto singer and songwriter lemin’s soulful “My Body” is a revelation. The track is utterly gorgeous, and lemin’s vocals soar into a sorrowful, and yet uplifting finale that is moving and magical.
We’re gearing up for a fresh new year of Fresh Indies, and to kick things off, we’re featuring a few singles we loved from the end of 2018. Featured artists include Dermot Kennedy, Whyte Tygers, Matt Nathanson, ASHS, AmPm, and Gone Gone Beyond.
Just listen to that beat. Anavae’s “Afraid” is a slick, rock anthem that’s a little brooding, and plenty moody.
Vancouver’s Hollow Twin are Emmalee Watts and Rebecca Wosk, a folk rock duo with a love of classic music, and it shows in their mesmerizing, cinematic cover of Blue Oyster Cult’s “(Don’t Fear) The Reaper”.