Bubble soccer ‘a cross between soccer and bumper cars’
Brotherly love takes on a whole new definition for Ontario indie rockers San Sebastian, who seemingly tore up the Canadian music scene overnight.
In a city that embraces its folk roots, it’s easy to see how inspiration came out of four women interested in making music that people could embrace as their own.
Ever wonder how those horror films scare the hell out of you?
Engaging a vast audience that includes fans of reggae, rock, hip hop and a dash of folk, B.C. five-piece Mindil Beach Markets’ debut album is nothing short of musical universality.
Jerry Leger’s distinctive voice, deep meaningful lyrics and Ryan Adams-like style seduce your eardrums on this album.
Produced in a warehouse, Opportunities is Brasstronaut’s three-track teaser EP leading up to an LP due out later this year.
Hailing from the extremities of Canada (Whitehorse, Yukon), The August Arrival is on a mission to invade the rest of Canada.
Whether you recognize him from Tokyo Police Club or not, Graham Wright delivers a lasting impression on his debut solo album Shirts vs. Skins.
The definition of “do-it-yourself” changes quite often, but Jay Crocker sets a totally new standard for all DIY rockers.
Little Scream proves to us in its name that its music can be quite contradictory – and that’s OK to an extent. Little Scream (Laurel Sprengelmeyer) uses her piercing pitch to seduce you into the not so painfully slow record.
Roots fans rejoice! Fearing & White is a double dose of bluesy, Celtic sound from artists Stephen Fearing and Andy White. Hailing from Canada, Fearing has finally collaborated with long-time friend and musician Andy White to produce the pair’s debut album.