“Better” is pure, powerful, stripped down jazz, and it’s a gorgeous single from Katherine Penfold and co-writer, and Grammy-winning producer, Chin Injeti.
They’re the “real McCoy”. Son of John released their new music video for “Country Pure”, and as they explain it, “We make music that’s authentically us–and that’s what being country pure is all about.”
Psych-country has arrived, and it’s perfectly trippy, intriguing, and like nothing you’ve heard before.
Experimental, otherworldly, and yet rooted in a sense of time and place, Glutenhead’s “A Windy Day” is a wild, impressive mashup that combines psychedelic pop, indie rock, with art pop, and more.
Singer and songwriter Alex Whorms’ “Too Many Love Songs” is deeply autobiographical, very honest, and clearly shows an artist who has reached a new stage in her career, while she reflects on her past, and looks forward to what comes next.
“Old Town Road” was one of the year’s biggest hits, and thanks to Mini Pops Kids there’s now a fun, fresh cover of the song for kids and families.
54-40 have been one of Canada’s longest-running bands, and to celebrate their 38th year together, they have a new album, Keep On Walking, and a new single, “Sublime Like Me”.
Cara Luft and JD Edwards are a folk dream team, and together as The Small Glories, they have a knack for bright, soulful, and incredibly catchy singles, like their latest, “Oh My Love”.
Eric Schenkman became famous with the Spin Doctors, as the band’s guitarist and a vocalist, but for close to 10 years now he’s been playing the blues in Toronto, and his latest single, “Salvation (Lincoln’s Feat)”, feels like it comes right from the streets that inspired the track.
There are miles and miles behind Danny Laj and The Looks’ new album, Everything New is New Again, and while the album is rooted in a tour last year, the full journey started in Northern Ontario, where Laj grew up, on route to Montreal, by way of stops in Sudbury, North Bay, Toronto, and everywhere in between.