Toronto noise-makers Faiyaz and The Wasted Chances are back with a new single this week, and we want you to know about it. True to their nature, it’s a raucous garage-rock number that hits in all the right places. Now, it’s time for you to check it out.
Listen to Dead Animals in the embed and stay tuned to their socials. Hopefully, more music is on the horizon.
It’s been a minute since we’ve heard from Toronto indie-rocker boy wonder. Back in 2019, the singer-songwriter dropped an incredible EP on the masses, Smile Momma. Good news: he’s back with a brand new track and upcoming album.
On the new song: “First single from 10 song video album, each with a person I’ve met in the city. This is Abbey. He’s a jazz bass player who was inspired by Mr. Natural on this summer morning. Look out for those slick shoes dance moves folks.“
Listen to the first single White Shoe Dance in the embed below. The new record, Kinda Blue Too, will drop sometime in the coming months. Stay tuned.
Brooklyn indie-rockers Personal Space have been on our radar since last August; the band dropped a stellar track on the masses called Supine (And Feelin’ Fine). A few months later and the boys are back with another catchy single we’re down with. Now, it’s time to share it with you.
Listen to North Fork Wine in the embed, and be sure to hit up their socials for more. The new album, A Lifetime of Leisure, is out March 26th via Good Eye Records.
First Nations “moccasin-gaze” artist ZOON is back on the radar with his latest video for Was & Always Will Be. The song was part of his incredible 2020 effort, Bleached Wavves. If you’ve yet to check it out, we suggest you do. The album was also included on our Best Of 2020 list.
Until then, sink your teeth into the video below and bask in the glory that is ZOON … it’s not often we’re taken on a journey like this one, both visually and musically.
On the heels of their stellar 2020 single Making Friendly, Hamilton psych-pop outfit The Crowleys are back with another song called Slowly. This one picks up right where its predecessor left off: leaving the listener looking for more.
Check out the video in the embed below and hit up their socials to show some love. Not sure about you, but we can’t get enough of this bunch.
It’s been a minute since we’ve heard from Toronto post-punk outfit The Black Fever. In 2019 they released a 5-song EP on the masses, and now they’re back with a new single. We’ve had this thing on heavy rotation here at The iM, and it’s time to share it with you.
Listen to Pass On in the embed below and hit up their socials going forward. Hopefully, more music is on the way this year.
Montreal psych-pop outfit Sunfields recently dropped the first single off of their upcoming long-player, Late Bloomers. The album will be a follow-up to their stellar 2017 effort, Mono Mono. If the first song is any indication, we’re in for something pretty special.
Listen to Got Some (But It Ain’t Enough) in the embed and stay tuned to their socials leading up to the release. The new record drops March 12th … mark your calendars now.
The Rare Drugs collective are back with a brand new quarantine compilation just in time for your post-Valentine’s weekend. The record is called Interiors II, and it follows the exceptional Interiors I that was released last May. Just like its predecessor, this collection of songs does not disappoint.
What we love about these folks: they’re always doing something pretty damn cool and supporting the community in the process. All proceeds from this one are going to the Second Harvest Food Rescue. Check out the soundtrack to your week in the embed below, and be sure to hit up their socials for more.
Back in July of last year, we first told you about New York indie-pop artist Oceanator. Since then, she’s released a new album, Things I Never Said, and was included in our top songs of 2020 list. Well, the singer-songwriter is back with a new video for said song, and we couldn’t wait to tell you.
Check out the clip for the rather infectious I Would Find You in the embed and hit up her socials for more going forward. This is music you don’t want to sleep on.