πŸŽ₯ Marlon Chaplin – ‘Are You Ok?’

Toronto indie-rocker Marlon Chaplin has unleashed a new single on the masses and you should know about it. It’s a real hypnotic number that hits in all the right places… we can’t seem to get enough here at The iM.

Check out the video for Are You Ok? in the embed below and make sure you hit up his socials for more going forward. And, while we’ve got your attention, we highly recommend his last single, This Is How You Sleep.

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🎧 Balmy Beach – ‘Fantasy’

Balmy Beach is the moniker of Toronto indie-electronic pop artist Jesse Landen. He also happens to be the man behind indie-rock outfit Jiants. Back in 2018 he released his self-titled debut EP and now we have a follow-up single to share with you.

Check out Fantasy in the embed below and be sure to head over to his socials to show your support. Hopefully, we’ll be hearing more from Balmy Beach in the near future.

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🎧 Suburban Living – ‘Indigo Kids’

It’s been a few years since Philadelphia based indie-pop outfit Suburban Living released a new album but if their first three singles are any indication, we’re in for a treat on How To Be Human. Their latest track Indigo Kids is reminiscent of Bloodflowers-era Cure and trust us when we say, this is a good thing. Dreamy guitars coupled with hazy vocals… it’s hard to get this one out of your head.

Now it’s time to check out the song in the embed below and hit up their socials to show these guys some love. Looking forward to the new LP dropping August 10th via Egghunt Records.

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πŸŽ₯ WILDIVE – ‘Euphoria’

Indie-dream-pop band WILDIVE hail from Cologne, Germany. The trio dropped a couple of singles in recent months and we took notice of their latest effort, Euphoria. They count Beach Fossils, Men I Trust and The Smiths as some of their influences.

Check out the new video in the embed below and be sure to hit up their socials for more going forward… looks like these guys are on to something pretty special here.

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🎧 Paul Mall – ‘Shave My Legs’

San Diego’s Paul Mall doesn’t have much in the way of socials on the internet but maybe that’s the way he likes it. What he does have is his rather infectious style of music, and that’s all right with us.

We can’t seem to get enough of his latest effort, Shave My Legs and now it’s time to share it with you. Check it out in the embed below and make sure you hit up his other songs Bleeding and We Don’t Dance while you’re at it. Trust us when we say, you’ll be glad you did.

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🎧 Dad Sports – ‘Name & Place’

Ottawa indie-pop outfit dad sports just won’t let up this month. The band has once again graced us with a new song. Simply put, name & place is a catchy, melodic pop number that will be stuck in your head for days.

Have a listen in the embed and do yourself a favour and hit up the ‘stream’ link below to check out more of what this incredibly talented group has to offer.

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🎧 Sports – ‘Tell You Something’

Tulsa synth-pop outfit Sports have been off our radar for a while now but all that has changed as of this morning. The duo have dropped an infectious and down right groovy new single that we can’t get enough of here at The iM.

Check out Tell You Something in the embed and be sure to show some love at the social links below. Hopefully more music is on the way and as soon as we know, you’ll know.

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🎧 Munya – ‘Boca Chica’

Montreal indie-pop songstress MUNYA has outdone herself on her latest single, Boca Chica. The song was released just yesterday by record label Luminelle Recordings and revolves around, of all things, a small Texas village where SpaceX recently set up shop.

“The world is upside down, we don’t know when this is going to end and what the long term effects are going to be…but I know we have to keep dreaming. Boca Chica is the name of a town in Texas where SpaceX is building dreams, they are building a starship to Mars. I know a Starship is not going to save any lives today, but I also know that the science and technology we create from these programs will help shape the future for the best just as the Space race did in the 60’s. My dream is that we realize we are one, realize we are all in this together, that we all need to help each other and that we can do the impossible if we do it together and keep dreaming.”

Very nice words. Now, take a listen to the catchy little number in the embed below and be sure to keep an eye on this talented young singer.

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