If you’re not familiar with Montreal indie-pop outfit Men I Trust, you must’ve been living under a rock the last few years. Back in early October, the band dropped a brand new song on the masses, Lucky Sue, and we’ve had it on repeat all month long. Now, we have a video for said song, and we’re excited to share it with you. Once again, Emmanuelle Proulx and company have outdone themselves.
Check out the clip in the embed below, and stay tuned for more going forward. Not sure about you, but we can’t wait to hear more from this talented bunch.
Back in early August, we told you about the rather infectious single, Hedge My Bets from Hamilton electronic-music-producer Illitry. Well, he’s finally dropped his new album, and we couldn’t be more excited about it here at The iM.
Check out Dalinean Horses in the embed below, and be sure to listen to our favourite album cuts, Aphrodite and Like Everyone Else. And, while we’ve got your attention, follow the social links below to show your support.
LAL is the moniker of Toronto’s Rosina Kazi and Nicholas Murray. Just recently, the experimental-electronic duo shared the second single off their upcoming long-player, Meteors Could Come Down. We can’t seem to get enough of this one here at The IM, so now it’s time to share it with you.
“For years, we have been creating and supporting our community of dark magical beings and in turn we also have been supported spiritually and emotionally,” says Kazi. “We are auspicious: those of us who are dismissed and/or feared. The way we try to survive and have survived is through our chosen family. ‘Turn Water into Blood’ is the most rhythmic song on this album and it celebrates the world we have created together.”
Check out the video for Turn Water Into Blood in the embed below, and be sure to hit up their socials for more leading up to the release. The new album drops November 6th via Coax Records.
Back in early June, Toronto electronic-music-producer Anzola dropped his stellar new EP, Caracas. Well, he’s back with a brand new video for one of our favourite record tracks, Say That Again. Now, it’s time to share it with you.
Check out the clip in the embed below and be prepared for a visual journey you won’t soon forget. Caracas is available via Urbnet.
Let’s take a trip down memory lane today with Canadian indie-electronic legends, Junior Boys. Their track, In The Morning, was such a big deal for us back in the mid-2000s, it was included on one of our very first mixtapes. These mixtapes shaped the sound of The iM over the years and so did the duo from Hamilton.
Take a look at the video for the song in the embed below and be sure to hit up their socials to show your support. Who knows, maybe one day, we’ll see another Junior Boys album. One can hope, anyway.
Back in early July, Hamilton’s Troy Witherow (aka Illitry) dropped a brand new single on the masses. We were super excited to hear new music from the project and now we’re stoked to tell you that he is back with another single, Hedge My Bets. It’s been on repeat all afternoon here at The IiM and shows no signs of slowing down.
Check it out in the embed below and be sure to hit up his socials for more going forward; looks like there’s a new album in the works, so stay tuned.
It’s been a minute since we’ve heard from Dublin’s Feather Beds but the wait is now over with a new video for the latest single, Fragile. It’s a real slow, laid back number that we can’t seem to get enough of here at The iM.
Check it out in the embed below and make sure you hit up his socials below for more going forward. The new EP, Fragile/Temper, drops October 16th.
To say that we were big fans on Regina indie-pop outfit Library Voices back in the day, would be a serious understatement. We haven’t heard much from the band in recent years but what we do have is a new record coming out from one of the members, Michael Scott Dawson. This is a completely different direction musically and we like what we hear. Now, it’s time to share it with you.
“In late 2017 Dawson suffered an unexpected bout of vertigo. For the better part of 18 months the thought of working on music felt impossible. Some days just the thought of listening to music felt impossible. As the symptoms started to recede, he rediscovered a love for close listening. Before long he had set up a makeshift studio at home and started work on what would become Nowhere, Middle of. Reflecting on the project, Dawson states “I knew I wanted to rely as much on scotch tape as a computer.”
Check out the first single All The Things This Isn’t in the embed below and be sure to hit up his socials for more leading up to the release. The new album, Nowhere, Middle Of drops October 16th via We Are Busy Bodies.
It’s been a minute since we’ve heard from Toronto by way of Vancouver indie-electronic outfit Speaker Face. Good news for us… the wait is over. The 3-piece is back with a groovy new track and we couldn’t wait to share it with you.
“Phosphorescence is a thank you letter to those who were here long before us, specifically the Coast Salish, and the early 1900s Japanese settlers, who were interned during WWII.”
Check out the song in the embed and be sure to hit up their socials to show your support. Let’s hope more music is on the way.