The Cool Quest’s “Punisher” is one of the slickest singles I’ve heard this year, and the band has a genre-crossing sound and style that’s completely addictive.
gnash’s “Leave” is a nostalgic warm hug that feels sad, hopeful, and very bittersweet.
Golan’s “Anima” takes you on a journey. The song is emotive and layered, with harmonies that build the deeper travel into the song.
If you were looking for a low-key rebellion song, Jack Pine and The Fire’s “Rich in Time” is the perfect track for some inspiration.
Melissa Weinstein’s “Give It Away” is like sunshine coming through on a cloudy day. The vibe is upbeat, eclectic, and just a bit retro, and it’s a complete pop moodbooster.
Riell’s “Control of Me” is a dark, stormy, and electric single by a Canadian up-and-comer, and the track has a gritty music video that brings the artist’s personal story home.
Noah Reid may be best known as Patrick on the hit series Schitt’s Creek, but he’s also an incredible singer & songwriter, and his new single “Hold On” is one of my favourite new tracks this month.
Josh Fudge’s “Meet Me in Seattle” is a beautiful pop song from a singer and songwriter showing a lot of promise.
Shemy’s “Could Be Worse” is the right song for today, and it’s not just positive and uplifting, it’s got the vibe we could all use when things seem bad.
Jont’s “I Think It Could Be Possible” has a message I love, especially right now: “all of us together can change the way the world works.”