Father and son country duo Son of John bring the fiddle, mandolin, and down home spirit with their new single “Country Pure”.
Cat Clyde’s “All The Black” is a the most powerful, laid back single that I’ve heard in a while, and it feels like it was made to unravel your brain, especially once you see the video.
“Speak Up” is singer and songwriter Jocelyn’s joyful, feel good, debut single, and it sounds like just the start of a phenomenal career for the young artist.
LA-based pop singer Elli Moore’s “Gateway” is an addictive single that’s all about the pain and turmoil of moving on.
Folk and rock blend together perfectly with Nordic and Gaelic roots in the Aerialists’ striking music video, “Group Manoeuvre II”.
Royal Wood has been one of my favourite Canadian artists since I first saw him perform in Toronto in the late 2000s. He’s one of the most stylish, interesting singers, and “Make Your Mind Up” is smooth, sweet, and completely catchy.
What a voice. Hanorah’s “Long Road” is one of the most mesmerizing, bluesy singles I’ve heard in ages. It’s groovy, and moody, and downright perfect.
Girl Pow-R’s “This Is Us” is the empowering pop song your kids are going to want to hear.
Pterodactyl Problems “Spreading Fear” is a blistering, electric, metal-and-rock-fused live track that kicks you in the teeth–in the best way possible.
Luke Cyrus Hunter’s “Old School Jam” is pure, old school Toronto in one track that’s brimming with funk and pop. The new single is also packed with classic hip-hop references from the 90s, and Hunter’s unique style.