Calgary garage-rockers Miesha & The Spanks are back with a new track just in time for summer. The song has been on repeat all day here at The iM and now it’s time to share it with you.
“I hope this song hits home if you’ve been feeling a little lethargic after months of quarantine. I hope it encourages you to shake off any cobwebs and slide back into what you do best – or better yet, go hard for something that until now has only been a daydream.”
Check out Unstoppable in the embed below and be sure to hit up their socials to show your support. Let’s hope more music is on the way.
Recently we told you about the upcoming album from Halifax noise-makers Kestrels. Well, the band is back with another new song and video and this time, instead of dogs, it stars a bunch kitties. How can you go wrong really?
Check out Vanishing Point in the embed below and stay tuned for the new album Dream Or Don’t Dream dropping this Friday via Darla Records.
Castle If is the moniker of Toronto indie-electronic artist Jess Forrest. Just recently she dropped her new EP on the masses and this thing has been on heavy rotation here at The iM over the last few days.
Check out Beyond in the embed below and head over to her socials to show your support. We can’t wait to hear more from Castle If going forward.
We recently came across Melbourne’s HighSchool and if you’re reading this, you should be glad we did. Last month the indie-pop outfit released a debut video for their song Frosting and now it’s time to share it with you.
Check it out in the embed below and be sure to stay tuned over on their socials for more music going forward. Rumour has it, the duo have a couple of more videos in the works.
Toronto indie-punk-rockers The oOohh Baby Gimme Mores are back with a brand new song and this thing has been on heavy rotation all weekend long here at The iM. It’s a real raucous number that hits in all the right places. As usual, the boys do not disappoint.
Check out the video for Not Again in the embed below and be sure to hit up their other new single, Cash. Hopefully, more music is on the way because one can never have too much of The OBGMs.
It’s been a minute since we’ve heard new music from Halifax indie-pop-rockers Dog Day but the wait is over with a new single and a new record Present, due for release on August 14th via Fundog. The rather infectious Hell On Earth picks up right where the band left off with Fade Out… a huge record for us here at The iM.
Check it out in the embed below and be sure to hit up their socials for more leading up to the release. We can’t wait for this one to drop.
The Twin Peaks dudes are back with a brand new EP today and let’s just say, this thing is nothing short of brilliant. We’re particularly enamoured with the opening track from Side A and now it’s time to share it with you.
Check out What’s The Matter in the embed below and make sure you hit up their Bandcamp page as all proceeds, for today only, are going to the artists. We can’t think of another band we’d rather give our money too.
Story That I Live, the lead track off the new Cloud Nothings album is a glorious opening number that everyone should have the opportunity to hear. And, after listening to The Mess Is Permanent, it’s almost as though the band didn’t take just three months plus to put this thing together. It’s a beautifully presented piece of musicianship, packed with rock and pop-infused summertime vibes we could listen to for days on end.
Check out The Black Hole Understands in the embed below and brace yourself for a musical journey you won’t soon forget… a journey only Cloud Nothings can offer. And, while we have your attention, don’t forget to hit up their Bandcamp page; all proceeds are going to the artists, today only.
Montreal singer/songwriter and musician Jean-Sebastian Audet (aka Yves Jarvis) just recently dropped a new song on the masses and we can’t seem to get enough of it here at The iM. It’s a real laid-back folky number, perfect for a warm sunny afternoon.
Check out Victim in the embed below and be sure to hit up his socials to show your support. Hopefully, more new music is on the way.