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Exclusive: Stream APACALDA’s New Curated Spotify Playlist Feat. Her Favourite Canadian Artists

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To celebrate the release of APACALDA’s new single “SSR,” the Montreal-based artist curated a brand new Spotify playlist featuring her favourite Canadian artists. Stream it exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below.

“This playlist features songs by some of my favourite Canadian Artists, mostly based in Montreal, that have greatly inspired me,” said APACALDA. “I’ve also included a couple of American artists that are just as influential. Everyone of these artists, still to this day, motivate me to explore all stones and leave none left unturned along the way.”

SUUNS – “2020”

Pretty much sums up the energy of 2020, which is when I began working on my upcoming EP that will be released in the fall of 2022.

TR/ST – “Rescue, Mister”

This band is so great at getting me up to dance. Love the weirdness.

David Lynch – “I Want You”

Not many people know that David Lynch makes music but he is SO genuine and true to himself. I absolutely love him.

Perfume Genius – “Grid”

I love the buildup of this song. I can really relate emotionally. So Raw.

Perfume Genius – “Don’t Let Them In”

Such a beautiful song. Melancholic, graceful; what more can you want?

Thus Owls – “Bleeding”

I recently saw this band live and I was left totally mind blown and in complete awe.

Black Legary – “Lust”

This band is incredible. The first time I heard this song was during a very special moment in the midst of falling in love.

Fhang – “Fleur Du Mal”

Another outstanding Montreal band. This song in particular is so melodically charming. It gets stuck in your head for days.

Plants and Animals – “Love That Boy”

Such a great song. This band always delivers.

Emma Becko – “Crazy”

This song in particular really speaks to the soul. Love it.

Rocklee, Clerel – “Not Your Fool”

I absolutely adore the throwback vibe of this song. Clerel’s voice; angelic.

Laroie – “Can’t Let Go”

If you want to get up and DANCE you put this song on. Hands down.



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