Five minutes and fifty-two seconds of pure magic… that’s the best way we can describe the latest single from Vancouver electronic-pop producer Teen Daze. The new song will be included on his latest EP, due for release on June 26th.
Check out Reality Refresh in the embed and prepare yourself for a musical journey you won’t soon forget. And, while you’re at it, be sure to show your support at the social links below.
Tulsa synth-pop outfit Sports have been off our radar for a while now but all that has changed as of this morning. The duo have dropped an infectious and down right groovy new single that we can’t get enough of here at The iM.
Check out Tell You Something in the embed and be sure to show some love at the social links below. Hopefully more music is on the way and as soon as we know, you’ll know.
Oklahoma City indie-pop duo Husbands recently released a collection of b-sides and demos from their latest album, After The Gold Rush Party. One song in particular caught our attention here at The iM and now it’s time to share it with you.
Take a listen to Try No To Worry in the embed below and make sure you hit up their socials for more going forward.
Toronto record collective Rare Drugs recently released a brand new compilation album and we can’t seem to get enough of this catchy number by indie-pop-rock outfit Beds. Now it’s time to share it with you.
Take a listen to Tricking You in the embed and be sure to hit up the ‘stream’ link below to check out the rest of Interiors. Rumour has it, new Beds music is on the way, so stay tuned to their socials for more.
Halifax indie-electronic-pop-rocker Rich Aucoin might very well be one of the most underrated musicians in all of Canada. As long as this man is making music, we are willing to listen. Recently he released a brand new single from his forthcoming long-player, United States. The track and album are an ode to his recent trek across America in support of mental health… a very worthy cause to say the least.
Check out Reset in the embed and be sure to hit up his socials for more. And, if you haven’t heard it yet, take a listen to How It Breaks over on Bandcamp.
Toronto ambient-electronic artist otonoto has been on our radar for some time now. He’s dropped a series of singles over the last couple of months and we’re stoked about the latest release, Summer Indoors featuring Britta B.
Check it out in the embed below and be sure to hit up the socials for more. And, while you’re at it, take a listen to Forget, another one of our favourites.
Synth-pop artist Kowloon hails from the City of Angels, Los Angeles, California. His new song Paradise showed up on our radar today and let’s just say, this is a piece of pure pop perfection… ideal for a warm and sunny spring afternoon.
Check it out in the embed and make sure you hit up his socials for more. And, while you’re at it, click on the ‘watch’ link below for his latest music video.
Indie-pop-rockers Kidbug recently came up on our radar and we’re certainly glad they did. The band is set to release their debut self-titled album on May 22nd and if the first few songs are any indication, we’re in for one hell of a ride.
Check out Good Inside in the embed and be sure to hit up their socials for more going forward. And, while we’ve got your attention, you really ought to check out their new video for Theme From Kidbug… just click the ‘watch’ link below.
Daniel Benjamin might be one of the hardest working artists in all of music; it appears as though he is always cooking something up. His electronic-dance-pop project Moon King has been around since the early days of The iM and shows no signs of slowing down any time soon.
Below you’ll find our favourite Moon King cut, Only Child, courtesy of our weekly TBT. And, while you’re at it, Daniel has an infectious new song out, Seconds From You with Detroit’s Vespre. Hit up the ‘watch’ link below for more.
The Jerry Cans hail from the great white north; Iqaluit to be exact. Recently they released Echoes, a collection of English and Inuktitut songs featuring everything from violins to effects-warped throat singing. Sound appealing? It is.
Check out our favourite album track, Swell (My Brother) in the embed below and be sure to hit up their socials for more going forward.