Producer Coy Haste (aka Brad Weber of Pick A Piper) dropped a new video for Honeybee this week. The track was included on his recent 4-song effort, Apicultura. We’ve had the EP on heavy rotation here at The iM, and now we have a visual treat to go along with it.
“I sampled various vintage cartoons, dating as far back as the 1930s and chopped them up to create a narrative while adding lots of effects, textures and blending techniques to give it my own feel.”
Sound appealing? Watch the clip in the embed below, and be sure to check out his socials for more. This is an artist who deserves your attention.
First Nations “moccasin-gaze” artist ZOON is back on the radar with his latest video for Was & Always Will Be. The song was part of his incredible 2020 effort, Bleached Wavves. If you’ve yet to check it out, we suggest you do. The album was also included on our Best Of 2020 list.
Until then, sink your teeth into the video below and bask in the glory that is ZOON … it’s not often we’re taken on a journey like this one, both visually and musically.
On the heels of their stellar 2020 single Making Friendly, Hamilton psych-pop outfit The Crowleys are back with another song called Slowly. This one picks up right where its predecessor left off: leaving the listener looking for more.
Check out the video in the embed below and hit up their socials to show some love. Not sure about you, but we can’t get enough of this bunch.
We first told you about Montreal singer-songwriter Paul Jacobs back in mid-January when we came across his stellar song, Half Rich Loner. Well, the Pottery drummer is back with another single, and we can’t get enough of this thing. Now, it’s time to share it with you.
It’s no secret we’re big fans of Ottawa indie-popsters dad sports here at The iM. After a string of successful singles last year, the boys are back with a new song (and video) for your viewing pleasure, and we couldn’t wait to share it with you.
Check out nrvs again in the embed and hit up their socials for more. The band is set to drop their debut record, I AM JUST A BOY LEAVE ME ALONE !!! March 19th via Grand Jury Music.
If you’re not familiar with Brooklyn indie-pop artist Claud, you should be. The singer-songwriter just dropped a new song (and video) this week, and we can’t get enough at The iM. Now, it’s time for you to hear what we’re talking about.
Back in July of last year, we first told you about New York indie-pop artist Oceanator. Since then, she’s released a new album, Things I Never Said, and was included in our top songs of 2020 list. Well, the singer-songwriter is back with a new video for said song, and we couldn’t wait to tell you.
Check out the clip for the rather infectious I Would Find You in the embed and hit up her socials for more going forward. This is music you don’t want to sleep on.
We last told you about Halifax-based musician and Wintersleep frontman Paul Murphy aka POSTDATA, when he released his stellar song Nobody Knows on the masses. Well, the singer-songwriter is back with a video to go along with the said song, and we want you to know about it.
Watch the clip in the embed below and stay tuned to his socials for more. The new record Twin Flames drops March 5th via Paper Bag Records. Maybe we’ll hear another single?
Montreal singer/songwriter and musician Yves Jarvis (aka Jean-Sebastian Audet) is back with a brand new track this week: a follow up to his incredible 2020 album, Sundry Rock Song Stock. The song is called Projection, and we want you to know about it.
Watch the self-made video in the embed below, and stay tuned to his socials for more. Something tells us … it’s not the last time we’ll hear from the singer-songwriter this year.