🎧 Tanblonde – ‘Teeth’

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.

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🎧 Girls Rituals – ‘Melty Future’

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.

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💿 Public Practice – ‘Gentle Grip’

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.

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💿 Frigs – ‘Rave And Rupture In Music As Disaster’

Toronto post-punk outfit Frigs have a new 5-song EP up for grabs. The band picks up right where they left off with their last effort and trust us when we say, this is a good thing.

For forty-eight hours you can download Rave And Rupture In Music As Disaster under the ‘pay-what-you-can’ option over on Bandcamp. Don’t waste any time… hit up the link below and get it before it’s gone!

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🎧 Bart – ‘Used To Be’

Toronto pop-rock outfit Bart recently released a new song via their Bandcamp page. The track is a follow-up to their 2019 album Today, Tomorrow & The Next Day.

Check out Used To Be in the embed below and stay tuned to their socials going forward; hopefully more music is on the horizon.

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💿 Snarls – ‘Burst’

We may be a little late to the party here but is it ever too late to get into something good? Case in point; Columbus based band snarls. Their incredibly melodic sound brings back memories of the 90’s alt-rock boom. Think Juliana Hatfield and The Breeders with a little sprinkle of Veruca Salt thrown in for good measure.

Back in March the band released their debut long-player Burst via Take This To Heart Records. Standout tracks include Walk In The Woods and Concrete. Have a listen in the embed below… you’ll be glad you did.

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