Back in early May, we told you about Canadian and First Nations “mocassin-gaze” musician Daniel Monkman. Since then, he’s released his debut album, and just recently, a new video for the song Brokenhead. Now, it’s time to share it with you.
Check out the video below and be sure to hit up his socials for more going forward. Bleached Wavves is out now on Paper Bag Records.
Bathe Alone is the moniker of Atlanta-based multi-instrumentalist and musician Bailey Crone. We recently came across her latest single Curbside here at The iM, and we can’t seem to get enough. Now, it’s time to share it with you.
Check it out in the embed below ahead of her debut album release, Last Looks, and be sure to hit up her socials for more going forward.
We first told you about Toronto post-punk outfit Sahara when we discovered their song Chimes back in early June. Since then, the band has released their debut full-length, Pure Glass, and just today, a new video for Indoor Pool.
Check it out in the embed below and be sure to hit up the ‘stream’ link below to listen to the rest of the album. Trust us when we say, you’ll be glad you did.
Back in early May, we told you about Toronto dream-pop outfit Favours and their incredibly infectious song Lux Luv. Since then, the band released another single and just recently, their new album, Made To Wait. We’ve had this thing on repeat over the last couple of days and now it’s time to share it with you.
Check out our favourite album cut In The Night in the embed below and be sure to listen to the record as a whole. Trust us, you’ll be glad you did.
Way back in 2009 we were introduced to the sounds of Toronto noise-maker Josh McIntyre (aka Little Girls). In fact, his album Concepts still gets a regular spin here at The iM. Since then he’s moved on to form another musical project with singer Talvi Faustmann called Prince Innocence and also has his own project under the Prince Josh moniker.
This year we’ve heard a new Prince Innocencesong and a new Prince Joshalbum but before you check those out, let’s take a trip down memory lane with our favourite album cut from Concepts, Youth Tunes. Like a fine wine, this song is aging very well.
Recently we told you about the upcoming album from Halifax noise-makers Kestrels. Well, the band is back with another new song and video and this time, instead of dogs, it stars a bunch kitties. How can you go wrong really?
Check out Vanishing Point in the embed below and stay tuned for the new album Dream Or Don’t Dream dropping this Friday via Darla Records.
Five Day Morning is the work of Edmonton noise-pop artist Corbin Cammidge. While perusing the internet for new sounds we came across his debut effort, Sky Hold Me Tight. One song in particular really caught our attention… Horizon.
Take a listen to the track in embed below and hit up his socials for more going forward. And, while we have your attention, he also happens to run a pretty sick music blog called Honey On The Knife… you should definitely check it out.