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I am really loving how Canada’s Teen Daze has been evolving over the years. I’ve always been fond of his ambient and explorative style but this past release of the track, “Morning World,” really shows Jamison forging a new path for his sound. And, teaming up with John Vanderslice seems like an obvious win in my book. Teen [&hellip
Been following this guy for a couple of years now ever since I heard those vocals coming out of First Rate People. Man, does Jon Lawless have a knack for tracks like this. Perfect boy/girl vocal pairing and a damn good hook, I can’t stop hitting repeat. It just builds so perfectly. Hit play and be [&hellip
Wow. Whatever level Teen Daze has risen to, it’s flirting with becoming unrecognizable to his old self. His most recent release, Glacier, is tightly composed, compact and compartmentalized. It’s dreamy and expansive, beautiful and alert. I’m really left without words. I want to press play, lie back, and let it all wash over me.
For those who love delving deep into song structure, lyrical content, and layers upon layers – I introduce your ears to Andrew Judah. Based out of British Columbia, Judah brings all sorts of sounds and genres to the table. I would describe his music mostly baroque pop/freak-folk with an incredible amount of energy. Each track [&hellip
In Foxes in Fiction’s newest single, “Ontario Gothic,” the first thing that really strikes you is that organ melody while each instrument is carefully and gradually layered over top. Breathy vocals, guiding percussion, and a hinting guitar line really fill out the entire track. But, what really strikes me is the content. Read below for a more full description [&hellip
Beyond the cutesy song material, I am in love with those quivering vocals of lead singer, Trevor Mann. Add in tireless guitars and percussion and my head is racing listening to Scenic Route to Alaska’s latest single, “Paris.” Grab the track below for free and be sure to have a listen to their recently released album, Warrington, via their bandcamp [&hellip
I..I just can’t. I don’t want to even begin to waste my own commentary on trying to express how this track makes me feel. It’s atmospheric, has these gorgeous sweeping synths, and is simply the perfect tempo. Hit play, hit download, and enjoy over and over again. Seoul, where have you been all my life? [&hellip