Toronto by way of Halifax pop-rock outfit Sleepless Nights never disappoint with their music and this is as clear as ever on their latest effort, Every Word Is A Trap. The AA Wallace fronted band recently dropped the new record and it features appearances and production from a whole slew of Canadian music heavy hitters including Joel Plaskett, Ian Blurton and Thom D’Arcy.
Check out our favourite album cut, If You Let It in the embed below and head over to their socials to show some support in a time when musicians could really use it.
Dream-pop outfit Saucer Eyes hail from the fine city of Toronto. Recently, the band uploaded their debut effort into cyberspace and we’re certainly glad they did. Fuzzy guitars over male and female vocals create an atmosphere reminiscent of early Slowdive with some Doppelgänger-era Curve thrown in the mix.
Take a listen to 2020 in the embed below and make sure you keep your eyes peeled for all things Saucer Eyes. As soon as we know more, you’ll be the first to know.
On June 26th, Hand Drawn Dracula will release the debut full-length album, Pure Glass, from Toronto shoegaze outfit Sahara. The band recently unleashed the lead single and an accompanying video on the masses.
Take a listen to Chimes in the embed below and be sure to hit up their socials for more leading up to the release. Something tells us, this is gonna be one hell of a record.
Ottawa indie-pop outfit dad sports just won’t let up this month. The band has once again graced us with a new song. Simply put, name & place is a catchy, melodic pop number that will be stuck in your head for days.
Have a listen in the embed and do yourself a favour and hit up the ‘stream’ link below to check out more of what this incredibly talented group has to offer.
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.
It’s hard to believe it’s been more than 10 years since this song came out. Pen To The Paper remains in rotation here at The iM and as far as we’re concerned, this song is a major part of a defining era in Canadian indie music.
Unfortunately, Parlovr haven’t made any new music in recent years but we’ll always have this beauty to look back upon. Check it out below.
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.
Winnipeg indie-rock outfit Touching are back with another video in their Isolation Blues series today. The song will be included on the new album which is due for release on June 26th via Head In The Sand Records.
“All My Worries is a song about the winds of change and what they require. They ask for honesty of intention from us. They ask us to leave situations that aren’t good for us, to follow love to places that bring out the best in us. They ask us to reflect on our lives and our decisions and our future. But also to understand that actions have consequences and for every action there’s an equal and opposite reaction. Plan/don’t plan accordingly.”
Check out All My Worries in the embed below and make sure you hit up their socials for more going forward. The band is donating 50% of album proceeds to the Unison Benevolent Fund to assist their efforts to support musicians during the Coronavirus pandemic.
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.