🎧 The Effens – “Eventually”

What can we say … we dig the music of Toronto glam-rock outfit The Effens. Yesterday, the band dropped a new single and video, and you need to know about it. Once again, these guys have outdone themselves.

Watch Eventually in the embed below, and keep it locked to their socials if you know what’s good for you. We can’t wait to hear more from this talented bunch.

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📹 The Effens – “Things You Can’t Take Back”

Last month, we told you about the latest single, Things You Can’t Take Back, from Toronto glam-rockers The Effens. Well, the 4-piece is back with a new video for said song, and we can’t get enough here at The iM.

Watch in the embed below and be sure to show some love over on their socials. Let’s hope more music is on the way.

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🎧 The Effens – “Things You Can’t Take Back”

We last told you about Toronto glam-rockers The Effens when they released their incredible Pavement Age video in early February. Now, the band is back with their second single this year, and this one picks up right where the last left off … we can’t get enough.

Check out Things You Can’t Take Back in the embed and hit up their socials. It looks like more music might be on the way. Stay tuned.

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📹 Art d’Ecco – “Head Rush”

Back in late January, we told you about the TV God single from Canadian glam-rocker Art d’Ecco. Well, the singer-songwriter and musician is back with another track from the upcoming album, and now it’s time for you to take a listen.

Check out the video for Head Rush in the embed below and keep an eye on their socials for more. The new record, In Standard Definition, is out April 23rd via Paper Bag Records.

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📹 The Effens – “Pavement Age”

We first told you about Toronto glam-rockers The Effens back in mid-January when we came across their single, Pavement Age. Well, the band is back with a new video to go along with it, and we couldn’t wait to share it with you.

Check out the clip in the embed and stay tuned to their socials. Hopefully, more music is on the way.

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📹 Art d’Ecco – “TV God”

We recently came across the latest single (and video) from Canadian west-coast glam-rocker Art d’Ecco, and we’re certainly glad we did. TV God is a real infectious number that hits in all the right places. The song has been on heavy rotation over the last couple of days, and we couldn’t wait to share it with you.

“Every era, and every culture has their very own TV God. They come and go, and leave us reminiscing — longing for that escape to distract us from our daily lives. When the world is crumbling around us we look to entertainers and load up on celebrity super powers to rock our world and give us hope. It’s all very sad, and all too unavoidable in today’s day and age. I’m guilty of it, and so are you.”

Check out the video in the embed below and hit up his socials for more leading up to the release. In Standard Definition drops April 23rd via Paper Bag Records.

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🎧 The Effens – “Pavement Age”

It’s no secret we’ve been long-time fans of Toronto post-grunge-rockers The Effens. The band released the stellar Unsafe EP in 2019, and now they’re back with a new single to start the year. Pavement Age is a raucous rock & roll number that will leave you wanting more.

Check out the song in the embed, and hit up their socials to show some love. Presumably, more music is on the way, and we can’t wait.

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💿 The 10 Best David Bowie Cover Songs

Photo By Ralph Gatti

This past Friday would have marked the 74th birthday of music legend David Bowie, and just yesterday, the fifth anniversary of his untimely passing at the age of 69. Like only a handful of artists before him, the world-renowned singer-songwriter really had an impact on musicians and artists over his entire six-decade career. Heck, even if you’re not a musician or artist, it’s hard not to get behind his work and the legacy he left behind.

That being said, we’ve compiled a list of our favourite David Bowie cover songs. You’ll probably be familiar with some of these classics, but if you’re newly introduced to only one today, we’ve done our job here at The iM.

1. Peter Gabriel – Heroes

2. Bauhaus – Ziggy Stardust

3. Warpaint – Ashes To Ashes

4. Nirvana – The Man Who Sold The World

5. Nine Inch Nails – I’m Afraid Of Americans

6. Marilyn Manson – Golden Years

7. The Cure – Young Americans

8. The Horrors – Suffragette City

9. Eurythmics – Fame

10. Iggy Pop – China Girl

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