Oh, I really like this new direction Wake Owl has taken. It all starts with that smooth electric guitar and the sweeping percussion.
Last time I checked in with Vancouver-based singer/songwriter, Colyn Cameron, he was making gorgeous and sweet tunes. In his newest track, “Candy,” we hear more experimentation from the musician; I’m really digging the sultry sound. It’s restrained, and completely autonomous from the previous folky sound.
Stream the single below and be sure to keep an eye out early next spring for their upcoming debut album, The Private World of Paradise.
Sundays are for calm. They’re for peace, for catching up, for slowing down. Engaging, and sometimes simply dis-engaging. Sounds that drift from one room to the next, from downstairs to upstairs, along the walls, filling out each and every imaginable space. Sundays are for expanding in all interpretations of the word.
Stuff Gets Bent is the second full-length release from down-tempo/folktronic producer, Blocktreat (Brandon Hoffman). This is an album of bittersweet instrumental soundscapes. Hoffman layered together found sounds, field recordings of living-room bluegrass jams, and occasionally live recorded instruments to create a dynamic, cinematic mosaic of acoustic and electronic textures. (via bandcamp)
Haven’t heard from the people over at Jellyfish Recordingsin quite some time now but they’ve finally got some new music to share.
Introduce your ears to Vancouver native, Noble Oak, who simultaneously creates expansive, wonky instrumentals combined with a gritty downtempo style. Grab the first single, “Blue Dream,” before his debut drops on the 16th. I just love this brand of synth-pop, be sure to explore more on your own.
I’m a big fan of playlists. Obviously. So when Toronto’s Circles In The Ceilingdropped his latest Music For Creatives mix, I just had to share. Throw the headphones on, press play, and kick back. This entire mix is spot on.
I really dig animated videos for some reason. I think it’s because it’s more straightforward than creating an actual music video. It’s the artist and his or her own interpretation of what they’re listening to.
In Young Galaxy’snewest video for their track, “Sleepwalk With Me,” our eyes are met with brilliant colors and effects that match perfectly with the tropical melody. Truly fantastic work that only compliments YG’s incredible fourth studio release, Ultramarine.
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Jon Lawless from the loveable Canadian group, First Rate People, recently dropped an amazing remix on all of our ears. Completely re-working Electronic Environment’strack, “Malibou,”Lawless adds plenty of extra elements to keep our ears sonically captivated.