Brooklyn by way of Boston indie-pop duo Toledo recently came up on our radar and let’s just say, we couldn’t be more happy they did. The boys dropped a brand new single late last week and this thing has been on heavy rotation here at The iM.
Listen to FOMO in the embed and be sure to hit up their Bandcamp page at the link below to check out their latest compilation album. We can’t wait to hear more new stuff from Toledo going forward.
Back in early May we told you about the latest record from Toronto Kulintang inspired pop outfit Pantayo. Well, we’ve got some good news; the ladies are back with a brand new video and we can’t wait to share it with you.
“V V V (They Lie) comes from a place of growth, pride, and defiance. In this karaoke music video, we imagine an uplifting New Earth where there is abundance and liberation. A hopeful world created as a result of dismantling white supremacy, fighting the lies of colonialism, and ending fascism and the oppression of marginalized peoples. A world that symbolizes positive change and is possible with our collective willingness to evolve, grow, and do better.”
Check out V V V (They Lie) in the embed below and don’t forget to hit up their socials for more. This band is definitely one to keep your eye on.
฿₳₮Ⱨ ₴₳Ⱡ₮₴ ₵Ø₥₱łⱠ₳₮łØ₦, 𝕓𝕠𝕘 𝕓𝕣𝕦𝕟𝕔𝕙 features a collective of artists (including Toronto favourites Bile Sister, Phèdre and Doomsquad) who have come together to raise awareness for LGBTQ+ and medically vulnerable individuals at Rikers and ICE detention.
“Proceeds go directly towards paying bail to get trans people out of prison. This is especially important right now with the influx of arrests at BLM protests and COVID hitting prisons really hard.”
The compilation is an incredibly eclectic mix of songs that we can’t seem to get enough of; in fact, it’s been on repeat all morning here at The iM. Hit up the link below to grab the album and help donate to a very worthy cause or head over to the Emergency Release Fund for more info.
In October of last year, Toronto synth-pop outfit Rapport dropped their incredibly infectious debut EP on the world. Now, we’re happy to tell you the band is back with a brand new music video. It’s a real playful number that just might have you dancing around your apartment just like us.
Check out 30 Days Down And Out in the embed below and be sure to hit up their socials for more going forward. Who knows, maybe there is some new Rapport music just around the corner?
Toronto instrumental post-rock outfit Animatist have come a long way since we first came across the band way back in 2010. The 4-piece are set to release their latest effort, Inverted on July 3rd and let’s just say, you’re in for something very special.
The guys and gal have been kind enough to share a second track from the album and now it’s our turn to share it with you. It’s an incredibly infectious number that will fulfill all your musical needs.
Check out IHAVECOMPLETEDMYFAMILY in the embed below and be prepared for a sonic journey you won’t soon forget. And, be sure to hit up their socials to keep up-to-date on all things Animatist… this bunch is here to stay.
It’s been a minute since we’ve heard from Toronto indie-rockers The Manvils but the band is back with a brand new album today, Reaction Arrow. The first single has been on heavy rotation over the last couple of days and we want you to take a listen.
Check out Sudden News in the embed and be sure to hit up their socials for more going forward. And, since we have your attention, check out the video here and you can grab a copy of the vinyl below.
Just last week we told you about a new track from Marlon Chaplin called Are You Ok?. Well, he’s back at it with another song and it might very well be as good as the previous one. It’s a dreamy synth-driven number you won’t soon forget.
Check out Alternate End in embed and be sure to hit up his socials for more going forward. Looks like Mr. Chaplin is heading in a different direction with these last two singles and we have no problem with it at all.
Roughly a 3-hour trip from Toronto lies the city of Rochester, New York. It’s quaint little town compared to the T-dot and it also happens to be home to indie-psych-rock band Maybird. Just today we came across their latest single and we thought you should know about it.
Listen to Dreamcatcher in the embed below and be sure to hit up their other single Fried Dead Moth while you’re at it… Rochester never sounded so good.