📹 Jitensha – “Sojourn”

Jitensha is the moniker of Montreal musicians Erin Rose Hubbard and David Martinez. We recently came across their latest single, and we can’t get enough of this indie-pop gem. Now, it’s time to share it with you.

Watch the video for Sojourn in the embed below, and be sure to hit up their socials to show some love. Hopefully, more music is on the way this year.

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📹 Youngest Child – “Kinda Guy”

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Youngest Child is the moniker of Toronto singer-songwriter and musician Lewis Caunter. Recently, we stumbled upon his latest video, and we’re glad we did. Now, it’s time to share it with you.

Watch Kinda Guy in the embed below, and be sure to follow his socials going forward. Hopefully, more music is on the way in 2021.

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📹 Jiants – “Some Kind Of Loser”

It’s been a minute since we’ve heard from indie-rock outfit Jiants, but we’ve got some good news today. The wait is over with a brand new single … a follow-up to their excellent 2019 effort, High Desire.

There’s also a video that features the band at various landmarks, in and around the CNE, and Ontario Place, here in Toronto. Now, it’s time for you to check it out.

Watch Some Kind Of Loser in the embed below and keep it locked to their socials going forward. The new EP, Wait Here, drops this Friday.

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📹 André Ethier – “Wild Goldfish”

In case you’re unaware, André Ethier is a bit of a legend in these parts, having helmed legendary Toronto punk outfit The Deadly Snakes. Now on his own, he’s back with the first single off his upcoming long-player. The album will be the final segment in a trilogy of solo records produced by Sandro Perri.

Watch the retro video game-themed Wild Goldfish in the embed and stay tuned to his socials for more. Further Up Island is out May 28th via Telephone Explosion. That’s the amazing album artwork above.

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📹 Yves Jarvis – “Body Of Work”

Back in early February, we told you about the song Projection from Montreal singer-songwriter Yves Jarvis. He’s back this week with a new single and video to go along with it. Now, it’s time for you to take a listen.

Watch Body Of Work in the embed below, and if you haven’t already, check out his stellar 2020 effort, Sundry Rock Song Stock. You’ll be glad you did.

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📹 Tearjerker – “Deep End”

Toronto dream-pop outfit Tearjerker can do no wrong in our books. The band has put out a string of singles over the last couple of months, and their latest is another memorable one. Now, it’s time for you to check it out.

Watch the video for Deep End in the embed below, and hit up their socials for more. The new EP drops this Friday, March 19th. We can’t wait.

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📹 dad sports – “MANY FACES”

Ottawa indie-pop outfit dad sports really are the best. We put their new song on last night, and it immediately made everything better. Doesn’t that say something about the music? Now, it’s time for you to hear what we’re talking about.

Watch the video for MANY FACES in the embed, and be sure to hit up their socials to show some love. I AM JUST A BOY LEAVE ME ALONE is out this Friday, March 19th, via Grand Jury Music. Don’t sleep on it.

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📹 Paul Jacobs – “Day To Day”

We last told you about Montreal singer-songwriter Paul Jacobs in mid-February when he dropped Underneath The Roses. He’s back this week with another stellar single (and video) … as always, we can’t get enough.

Check out Day To Day in the embed below, and stay tuned to his socials. Pink Dogs On The Green Grass is out April 30th on Blow The Fuse.

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📹 Purity Ring – “sinew”

It’s no secret we’re big fans of Edmonton indie-electronic outfit Purity Ring. Last year, the duo released their stellar Womb record on the masses, and we tuned in for the ride. Now, the duo is back with a video for album cut sinew, and we want you to know about it.

Watch it in the embed below and get ready for a visual experience you won’t soon forget. And, while you’re at it, hit up their socials to show some love.

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