We recently came across Newcastle singer/songwriter Callum Pitt and we’re certainly glad we did. His latest single is a rather infectious number that blends elements of folk, pop and alternative to create an incredibly cohesive sound.
The song “is directed at the UK government and right-wing press who have incited hatred and division in the public through their rhetoric over the past few years in particular.”
Check out Fault Lines in the embed below and be sure to hit up his socials for more going forward.
If you’re not familiar with Tallinn-based alt-country outfit Holy Motors, you definitely should be. The 4-piece recently dropped the lead single from their upcoming album, Horse, due for release October 16th via Wharf Cat Records and we want you to know about it.
Check out the video for Country Church in the embed below and be sure to hit up their socials for more leading up to the release.
Los Angeles’s Young Jesus have shared a second track and accompanying video from their upcoming long-player today. It follows the first single Root And Crown and will be included on Welcome To Conceptual Beach, out August 14th on Saddle Creek.
Check out (un)knowing in the embed and be sure to hit up their socials for more leading up to the release. We’re really looking forward to this one.
Recently we told you about the upcoming album from Halifax noise-makers Kestrels. Well, the band is back with another new song and video and this time, instead of dogs, it stars a bunch kitties. How can you go wrong really?
Check out Vanishing Point in the embed below and stay tuned for the new album Dream Or Don’t Dream dropping this Friday via Darla Records.
We’ve always been big fans of Animal Collective here at The iM and we’re stoked to tell you the band is back with a brand new EP. The 4-song effort is a collection of material recorded over the last year; all of them clocking in at 7 minutes or more.
Check out Bridge To Quiet in the embed below and go show your support over on their Bandcamp page; all proceeds go directly to the artists today.
It’s been a minute since we’ve heard from Halifax indie-rockers Kestrels. Their album A Ghost History was a big favourite here at The iM, so we were stoked to hear the band is dropping a collection of new songs, Dream Or Don’t Dream, on July 10th via Darla Records.
The video for the first single Grey And Blue is a raucous guitar driven number featuring the one and only J. Mascis on lead guitar and a bunch of very adorable canines. Check it out in the embed below and head over to their socials to show the trio some love.
Tanblonde recently came up on our radar here at the iM and we’re certainly glad they did. The Toronto alt-rockers dropped their debut effort back in April and now it’s time to share it with you.
Check out our favourite album cut, Teeth in the embed below. It’s a captivating, infectious piece of pop music that will be stuck in your head for days. And, while we’ve got your attention, don’t forget to check out Witching Hour over on Bandcamp.
Toronto’s Devi McCallion (aka Girls Rituals) has a collection of songs out that were recently unleashed on the masses. She also happens to be one half on Toronto duo Black Dresses who released a stellar effort back in early April. We’re digging what we hear, so now it’s time to share with you.
Check out our favourite album cut, Melty Future in the embed below and hit up her socials for more.
Post-punk outfit Public Practice hail from the Big Apple. Their latest album Gentle Grip was unleashed on the world today and we couldn’t be more stoked to share it with you. Chock-full of energetic, upbeat and infectious grooves, this album does not disappoint.
Check it out in the embed below and be sure to hit the band up on their socials… looks like this bunch is here to stay.