Splashh – Waiting a lifetime
Brilliantly odd, Splashh are an acquired taste of rock that plays on the outskirts of experimental sounds. Never sounding a thing like their previous work, Splashh has once again mastered how to capture themselves while fully changing their sound.
Bishop Briggs – Bishop Briggs EP
Exceeding huge expectations built up after she released her single, River, Bishop Briggs set-forth an EP to be reckoned with.
Hollerado – Born Yesterday
The Canadian darlings are all set for a tour to follow up their newest album. If you loved the rowdy youthful Hollerado, prepare to be a little surprised. They capture the same energy as their three previous albums, but Born Yesterday is definitely a more mature sound.
Timber Timbre – Sincerely, Future Solution
Like a nightmare you don’t want to wake up from, Timber Timbre are back with their hollow, creeping eerily perfect sounds. The newest album features more of an toned back darkness, than their previous releases.
Diet Cig -Swear I’m Good at This
A the smallest bundle, with a big sound and energy, Diet Cig is a band to keep on your radar. The newest album is full of the same endearingly sweet and cheeky pop-rock with indie influences.
The moment festival lovers have been waiting for has arrived, Osheaga 2017 has been announced and it’s looking…well…amazing. Can’t make the trek to Montreal this summer? No worries, here’s some Osheaga fun coming your way. Alabama Shakes, Muse and Lorde will be amid the headliners of the three day long festival. If you’re one of the lucky thousands you’ve got your tickets on the way and your travel plans booked. If you’re staying in the city this weekend, don’t worry. Some of the amazing acts will be stopping by Toronto before they take the stage in Quebec.
Local Natives - March 16th
The Districts - 14th
Milky Chance - March 18th
Belle and Sebastian - July 27th
Father John Misty - May 5th
Arkells - June 24th
Bishop Brigs - May 3rd
A can’t miss band from Vancouver and the baby band to watch from Hamilton, this week’s can’t miss tracks are some gems. Buckle up and take a listen!
Belle Game - 'Yuh'
They played Osheaga, and nearly every other festival aft their album Ritual Tradition Habit released in 2014, then seemingly, Belle Game disappeared off the face of the earth. The wide hole they left is no longer raw since their latest release Yuh is a optimistic promise that more is on the way. They even started filling festival bills again, the band is set to play TURF in September.
Bishop Briggs 'River'
From the UK, Bishop Briggs is a one of a kind artist on the brink of a breakthrough. The soulful voice paired with her unqiue sound has secured a few festival bills this past summer. Known for the stunning track River, the artist makes it easy to fall in love with her.
HONNE & Izzy Bizu 'Someone that Loves You'
A sultry mix of electronic and rock, HONNE are a showstopper in this track. Both write, produce and perform their music. Currently touring, with a Toronto date for August 10th, the pair are a must see.
Millions of plays on Spotify have us shining a light on Kllo’s newest video. The electronic pair have a powerful energy that has people around the world falling in love with their Well Worn EP.
The Medicine Hat -'St. Cecelia'
Hamilton’s own The Medicine Hat released thelatest track off of their upcoming EP this week and it was a stunner. St. Cecelia is a polished tune that is sure to have you eagerly awaiting their album. They have an alternative vibe with tributes to iconic bands like Metric and Yeah Yeah Yeahs, yet don’t get lost in the genre. They’ve created their own place are definitely a band to watch.