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[Top Five] Have You Heard?

Timber Timber - "Sewer Blues"


From the depths of nightmare’s and the heart of sadness, Timber Timber are back with a new track that is a much more tame take on their normal sound. Off of their upcoming album, Sincerely, Future Pollution (out in April), Sewer Blues is a slow rock ballad that is slightly off centre of the band’s core.

Declan McKenna - "The Kids Don't Wanna Come 

13267807_521860821355628_163281485034362623_nHeartwarmingly honest and sweetly raw, The Kids Don’t Wanna Come Home, is the latest single from UK darling Declan McKenna. The 18-year-old masks his youth by writing truthful songs from an artistic perspective.

Said the Whale - "Step into the Darkness"


A recent loss of members didn’t stop the band from moving on as a trio. Step into Darkness is the first single put forth by the new set up. Each album after the last Said the Whale seems to reinvent themselves with a new sound and feel and this single does the same. A slow ballad is a step back from the heavy pop sound in their last album hawaii, yet still unlike anything they’ve produced in the past.

Cage the Elephant - "Cold Cold Cold"


There is something simply addicting about Cage the Elephant. Their newest video adds a dramatic element to track, with a minute-long into the theatrical song.


Muuy Biien - "Moral Compass"


A cluster of odd, dark and enthralling rock Muuy Biien unleashed a new view off of their debut album Age of Uncertainty.  Featuring Even Peters, the video is a mind boggling look into the dark oddities that make the band so enticing.

This Week’s Top Five: The Pretty Reckless, July Talk + more


SWMRS - "Hannah"


Hannah might be one of the most addicting songs on their debut album, Drive North. On an album fuelled by punk-rock, Hannah is the slower track on the album with a odd vibe we’re loving.

Muuey Biien - "Bitter Blessings"


From Georgia, Muuy Beiin are a band to know. They’re dark rock is laced with a sinister energy that makes it hard to forget them. Seeing them live is a shock, even if you know them. Their undeniably odd stage presence is a little addicting. Check out their latest track below.

K.i.d. - "Errors"


Back with a new sound, K.I.D. is a name you’ll be seeing a lot more of. After listening to their latest track you’ll understand why.

July Talk "Beck + Call"

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Incase you missed it, July Talk released a breathtaking new video for Beck + Call. Featuring Tanya Tagaq, the song is a look at power plays in relationships. The video features a look at the power dynamic expressed through movement.

The Pretty Reckless - "Oh My God"


The first single off of the third-coming album, Who You Selling For, is a hard step away from their debut single Make Me Wanna Die,  back in 2010. Gone is the glam-rock undertone from their start. Instead a metal element as been inserted into their past album and seemingly dominates their latest track.

Muuy Beiin and Hockey Dad @ The Drake Hotel

August 26th 2016 – Muuy Biien play The Drake Hotel supporting headliner Hockey Dad.

You might linger on the cowboy hat; otherwise you wouldn’t look twice at the guys idle by the stage. Promptly 8:30 strikes and they set their drinks aside and climb onto the stage.

The lights are lit, frontman Joshua Evan’s leaps in the air. Instantaneously, bluesy-rock calls the scattered few toward the scene unfolding. On stage, Evan’s lurks around the band, sweat plasters his hair to his head as his tongue waggles from his mouth. He screams, he falls to the ground and your eyes never leave the deranged rock star. And that’s just the first song. They continue and you realize what talent the Georgia band has. Stage antics aside Muuy Beiin puts on one hell of a show.


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Hockey Dad

The crowd grows, and as time inches on the bodies move towards the stages edge.Australian duo Hockey Dad, Zach Stephenson and Billy Fleming take their places across the stage. One at a drumset, while the other at a mic-stand with a guitar.Touring to promote their second release, Boronia, released August 12th, the two tantalize the crowd with beachy surf-rock, bounds away from the scene that unfolded a half hour ago. A sweetly modest stage presence of the two wouldn’t do justice for one unknown to the band. But as the performance goes on, the crowd’s excitement rises, seeming to bring the band to a satisfying peak, where their music truly shines.