Back in late March, Halifax indie-rockers Nap Eyes dropped their stellar album Snapshot Of A Beginner. Just recently, the band released two b-sides off the record and we want you to know about it.
Devarrow is the work of Halifax-based singer/songwriter and musician Graham Ereaux. Just recently the indie-folkster released a new music video for his song Change and we want you to know about it.
“‘Change feels a bit like an illusive house cat – it’s lived so close to me for years but I rarely see it. I wrote this song back at the same time when I wrote ‘Little Road’, and a lot of the other songs on my first proper album, The Great Escape, but for one reason or another it didn’t get recorded. I then finally recorded it to put it on my self-titled record which I just released, but it felt a bit too poppy to fit with the rest of the tracks, so again, it didn’t make it on to that record. This song has been with me since the beginning it seems, so it’s nice for it to finally emerge from under the bed and let me show it to you all.”
Check out the song in the embed below and be sure to head over to his socials for more going forward. Who knows, maybe more music is on the way?
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.
It’s been a minute since we’ve heard new music from Halifax indie-pop-rockers Dog Day but the wait is over with a new single and a new record Present, due for release on August 14th via Fundog. The rather infectious Hell On Earth picks up right where the band left off with Fade Out… a huge record for us here at The iM.
Check it out in the embed below and be sure to hit up their socials for more leading up to the release. We can’t wait for this one to drop.
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.
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.
Halifax indie-electronic-pop-rocker Rich Aucoin might very well be one of the most underrated musicians in all of Canada. As long as this man is making music, we are willing to listen. Recently he released a brand new single from his forthcoming long-player, United States. The track and album are an ode to his recent trek across America in support of mental health… a very worthy cause to say the least.
Check out Reset in the embed and be sure to hit up his socials for more. And, if you haven’t heard it yet, take a listen to How It Breaks over on Bandcamp.