If you’re not familiar with Toronto post-punk duo Not A Band, you really should be. Just today, they released their debut EP on the masses, and we couldn’t wait to tell you about it. Now, it’s time for you to take a listen.
Listen to Non-EP in the embed below and keep it locked to their socials for more. This is a band you don’t want to sleep on.
Last week, we told you about the incredible single Heartache Is An Empty Room from Toronto post-punk artist Theo Vandenhoff. Since then, we’ve had the song on heavy rotation here at The iM. Just today, he unleashed his debut EP to go along with it … now it’s time for you to take a listen.
Check it out in the embed below, and be sure to hit up our new favourite track, Lift. And, grab a copy of the record over at Safe Sounds if you know what’s good.
Before today, we’d never heard of Toronto post-punk artist Theo Vandenhoff. That doesn’t matter though, the point is, it’s never too late to find something this good. The track is something musical dreams are made of, and you need to hear it now.
We first told you about Melbourne post-punk outfit HighSchool when we came across their single Frosting back in July of last year. Since then, the duo has dropped New York, Paris and London. Now, they’re back with a new single, and we want you to know about it.
Watch the video for De Facto below, and hit up their socials to show some support. Hopefully, we hear more from these guys in 2021.
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.
If you’re not familiar with Parisian psych-pop outfit La Femme, you should be. After releasing three stellar songs in 2020, the band is back with a new single. Foutre le Bordel is a real upbeat number that hits in all the right places.
“‘Foutre le Bordel’ is the first fully animated video we’ve created,” says La Femme of the new single. “We have always been attracted by graphic arts. Originally we wanted to join art schools but none of them accepted us! Over the years, we have drawn lots of our visuals: artworks, t shirts, clothes, fonts, … The Paradigmes font of our next album is one of our drawings too, by the way. Last spring, during the first general lockdown, we thought it would be the best moment to start this animated drawings project, as we had so much free time in front of us. We think it reflects well the image of La Femme and we are happy we finally managed to do it with this particular fast and nervous track, which is made to revitalize a party at any moment! The kind of song that we look forward to playing on stage…! “
Check out the video in the embed, and hit up their socials for more going forward. The new album Paradigmes drops April 2nd via the band’s very own record label, Disque Pointu.