Back in early June, Toronto electronic-music-producer Anzola dropped his stellar new EP, Caracas. Well, he’s back with a brand new video for one of our favourite record tracks, Say That Again. Now, it’s time to share it with you.
Check out the clip in the embed below and be prepared for a visual journey you won’t soon forget. Caracas is available via Urbnet.
Recently, we came across the new record from Montreal’s Julien Corriveau. At the time, we didn’t know what we were in for but after just one listen, we’re hooked. If you’re looking for some instrumental magic straight out of a western movie, look no further than The Final Score.
Check it out in the embed below and be sure to hit up our favourite album tracks, As Dead As Snow and Duelo. And, while we have your attention, make sure you show some support over on his socials.
Toronto instrumental post-rock outfit Animatist have come a long way since we first came across the band way back in 2010. The 4-piece are set to release their latest effort, Inverted on July 3rd and let’s just say, you’re in for something very special.
The guys and gal have been kind enough to share a second track from the album and now it’s our turn to share it with you. It’s an incredibly infectious number that will fulfill all your musical needs.
Check out IHAVECOMPLETEDMYFAMILY in the embed below and be prepared for a sonic journey you won’t soon forget. And, be sure to hit up their socials to keep up-to-date on all things Animatist… this bunch is here to stay.
In case you didn’t know, Caracas is the capital of Venezuela; it also happens to be the name of the new EP from Toronto electronic music producer Anzola. Just recently he dropped the extended player on the world and to say that we’re enjoying this thing, would be the understatement of the year. Standout tracks include Say That Again and What I Tell Ya.
Now that we have your attention, check out Caracas in the embed below and be sure to hit up Anzola over on his socials. This talented artist does a lot for the local music scene and deserves to be recognized.
Philadelphia by way of Brooklyn experimental electronic producer hectic zeniths first came to our attention way back in 2012. His song, i might drown was on constant repeat here at The iM.
Today we take a trip down memory lane and (re)introduce you to a song that was part of a defining era in indie-electronic music. Check it out in the embed below and don’t forget to hit up hectic zeniths over on Bandcamp… thankfully, he is still making music.