iskw? is one of my favourite Indigenous pop artists working in Canada today, and her new single “Breaking Down” is a testament to what makes her, and her art, so compelling.
Dive into Daniella Mason’s mind, and psyche, with the video for her new single “Deepest of Wells”, a dreamy, fluid, and striking collaboration that blends transcendent visuals with the artist’s gorgeous vocals.
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.
Summer ends this week, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have one last celebration for some of the best indie songs from the season. We’re getting back into music this week with Shy Martin, The New Respects, Color Theory, Iris Gold, Rea Garvey, and ZOË.
“So Good” is UK artist Ozonna’s new single, an uplifting electro pop track that could be your new morning standard. The song is bright and wonderfully brassy, with Ozonna’s smooth, velvet vocals that are punched up with just a bit of swagger.
Listen to Fresh Indies Vol. 10, with a round-up of six incredible independent artists, including Dez Money, Yaysh, Sam Callahan, Shaun Frank, George Taylor, and Skrizzly Adams.
Accolades’ “Electric Groove” is a fun, fresh, and funky jazz extravaganza, featuring a jaw-dropping trumpet solo by Caban jazz star Alexis Baro, and a whole lot of love for their home town.
Fresh Indies returns with six new tracks from six up-and-coming artists, including WESLEE, Ramz, Jules, Cattle & Cane, Emilie Mover, and Grace Kelly.
Six phenomenally talented women rule Fresh Indies this week, including bülow, Sara Phillips, The Aces, Madilyn Bailey, Daniela Andrade, and Kim Edwards.
This week, for Fresh Indies Vol. 7, I’ve got six incredible new tracks for you enjoy, spanning old-school R&B, country, folk, and pop music. Featured tracks include Carlos Vara’s “Numb”, Audra Mae’s “Open Arms”, Leah Daniels’ “1st”, Towne’s “Let Me Let You Go”, Stephen Babcock’s “Atlanta”, and “Dancing” by Slow Skies.