Hamilton alt-rockers King Park recently came up on our radar and we’re certainly glad they did. The 4-piece are set to drop their new record, Everett, in the very near future and we want you to know about it here at The iM.
Check out the latest single Stuck In The Middle in the embed and be sure to hit up their socials for more leading up to the release.
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 Hamilton electronic music producer Illitry but the wait is over with a brand new single today featuring the one and only Merival. It’s a real laid back, hazy number perfect for a hot summer afternoon.
Check out Like Everyone Else in the embed below and hit up his socials for more going forward. Rumour has it, there’s a new album on the way via Other Songs.
It’s been a minute since we’ve heard from Toronto indie-rock outfit Ketch Harbour Wolves but the band is back with a new single today. It’s been on repeat all afternoon and now it’s time to share it with you.
“Exodus was written after an early spring walk in Toronto’s mysterious Don Valley – one of my favorite places and one of few that still feels somewhat haunted. I saw no one that day, but the leafless trees afforded little cover for traces of human occupation.”
Check out Exodus in the embed below and be sure to hit up their socials for more. The new album, Avalon is out July 10th wherever you stream your music.
Hamilton shoegaze outfit Capitol recently dropped a dreamy new single on the masses and we want you to know all about it. The track will be included on a 7″ with b-side Piano Exit, due for release July 31st on Vancouver’s Kingfisher Bluez record label.
Take a listen to Weathered featuring ELIO in the embed below and be sure to follow Capitol over on their socials for more leading up to the release. Looking forward to hearing more from this bunch.
To say we like what we hear from Hamilton singer/songwriter Ellis would be the understatement of the year. Back in early April she released her debut long-player Born Again via Royal Mountain and Fat Possum Records and now there’s a new video out for album opener, Pringle Creek.
Check it out in the embed below and be sure to click on the links for more. One thing’s for certain, Ellis is going to be on repeat here at The iM for some time to come.
Zoon is the moniker of Canadian and First Nations “mocassin-gaze” indie-rocker Daniel Monkman. Recently, he dropped a new video for the song, Light Prism, and we can’t get enough here at The iM.
“Light Prism is a memory collage. Parts of it are from my time teaching around Turtle Island, while other imagery is of my home town of Selkirk. Selkirk was effected heavily by drugs and gangs and with that came deaths of youth I had known. Light Prism is also about reflection and being able to put things to rest.”
Check out the video below and be sure to hit up the ‘watch’ link to see more from Zoon. His debut album Bleached Wavves is out June 19th on Paper Bag Records.
Hamilton indie-rock outfit New Hands “first and last” album Leave With The Night is something we’ll forever cherish here at The iM. Standout tracks include Tulips and our personal favourite This I’ve Heard.