Headlights by The River and The Road

The River and The Road’s sophomore release, Headlights, is heavily influenced by the sounds of the American South West, yet the band manages to...

Tim Muddiman and The Strange – Paradise Runs Deeper

Paradise Runs Deeper, the debut full-length record by Tim Muddiman and The Strange, is an impressive construct of alternative rock songs that have the...

Poison Season by Destroyer

Search anywhere in The Five Boroughs of New York City, and the ultra-commercialized hub of Times Square is hardly considered an area ripe with culture...

Hayden Calnin – Cut Love Pt. I

The immense globalization of music has inarguably damaged the traditional music industry. Yet it has also built an entirely new forum that resides upon the...

Seafang’s Debut Single: Motorcycle Song / Summertime

Seafang's brand new debut single, "Motorcycle Song" (b-side "Summertime") came to us from our friends at Elephant Stone records in the snail mail. A 7"...

This Modern Hope – Horizon

This Modern Hope is a new, London-based, indie rock project, launched by singer songwriter Rob Payne. The group combines slow, deliberate melodies with delicate...

Big Black Coat by Junior Boys

After parting ways for five years in order to focus on solo projects, Junior Boys comprised of Hamilton natives, Jeremy Greenspan and Matt Didemus,...

Self-Titled EP by I Am Lono

Atmospherically engrossing and instantly captivating is how I would describe my first listening experience of the 6-track self-titled EP by I Am Lono.  And...

Days of Yore by Ufornia

Ufornia, Days of Yore, Denmark, release date February 24, 2015 https://soundcloud.com/ufornia/days-of-yore-1 This Danish duo have crafted some wonderful textures here. Synthesizers are a big part of...

On Blonde by Yukon Blonde

It has been nearly three years since Kelowna, British Columbia’s Yukon Blonde released their sophomore album Tiger Talk, which displayed a band heavily influenced by...

Pagans In Vegas by Metric

It was the rainy day before Synthetica's release, and Metric saw their fans facing the waters in front of Toronto's Corus building with headstrong...

The Great Detachment by Wintersleep

Intellectual Madame de Staël once said "One must choose in life between boredom and suffering." If Wintersleep were to make their decision, they would...