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Exclusive: Stream Nuela Charles’ New “Songs That Meant More To Me After Hearing Them Live” Playlist

By: Staff – To celebrate Nuela Charles’ new single “Troublemaker”, the acclaimed alt-soul singer/songwriter curated a new playlist that chronicles a list of tracks that meant more to her after she heard them live.  “Troublemaker” is the second single from her upcoming EP to be released this Fall. It was written and produced by Charles and production … Continue reading

Exclusive: Stream Meg Myers’ New Workout Playlist

By: Staff – To celebrate the release of Meg Myers’ new album, Take Me To The Disco, the up-and-coming singer-songwriter curated an exclusive workout Spotify playlist, which you can stream below! Sade – “Your Love is King” – Such a smooth jam and there is nothing like Sade’s voice while running. Ludovico Einaudi – “Taranta” – … Continue reading

Exclusive: Stream Conrad The Third’s New “Songs I Wish I Had Written” Playlist

By: Staff – To celebrate the release of Toronto-based R&B singer/songwriter Conrad The Third’s new single “Get You Alone”, we enlisted him to curate an exclusive “Song I Wish I Had Written” Spotify playlist, which you can stream below! “Get You Alone” is the lead single off of Conrads’ debut album Calm Waters. Born to a family … Continue reading

Exclusive: Stream Sara Diamond’s New “As The Tides Change” Playlist

By: Staff – To celebrate the release of Sara Diamond’s new single “Foreward”, we asked her to curate a brand new Spotify playlist of some of her current fave songs, including tracks by Tayana Taylor, Pedro Conga, The Band, Bob Dylan, and Neil Young. Stream it below! Harvest Moon – Neil Young: My ex/longtime friend/don’t know … Continue reading

Stream our new Boots And Hearts 2018 Playlist

By: Staff – With the 2018 edition of Boots and Hearts quickly approaching, we curated a brand new playlist with a taste of some of the great artists performing at this year’s event, including: Florida Georgia Line, Alan Jackson, Thomas Rhett, Billy Currington, Dallas Smith, Midland, James Barker Band, Meghan Patrick, River Town Saints, and more! … Continue reading

Exclusive: Stream Lo Lo’s New “Makeups, Breakups, and F**k-ups” Playlist

By: Staff – Toronto-based pop artist Lo Lo is back with her brand new track “Yours”, which she wrote originally as a ballad. “Believe it or not, I got dumped on April Fools,” says Lo Lo. “At first I cried a lot and ate copious amounts of Ben and Jerry’s ice cream, but then I sat … Continue reading

Exclusive: Stream Kai Exos’ New Curated Playlist

By: Staff – Rising R&B star Kai Exos just released his brilliant self-titled EP. The collection includes six effervescent tracks that gloriously capture Exos’ neo-soul sound, and to celebrate the release, Exos curated an exclusive playlist for Aesthetic Magazine. Stream it below! 1. King’s Dead – Jay Rock, Kendrick Lamar, Future, James Blake I’m all about All … Continue reading

Exclusive: Stream For Esme’s New Canadian Womxn-Focused Spotify Playlist

By: Staff – Toronto-based art pop band For Esme released their new album, Righteous Woman, on May 25th. Taking inspiration from sources ranging from Fiona Apple to Robyn and Röyksopp and referencing projects like No Doubt’s Return of Saturn and Joan Didion’s seminal essay “On Self Respect”, Righteous Woman traverses an emotional spectrum grounded in electronic art pop. With a … Continue reading

Stream The New Sarah Cripps “After-Hours” Playlist

By: Staff – Over the past decade, Sarah Cripps has become known for her strong base in roots music, developing an intensity and grit that has been honed through extensive performing. Since her debut alt-country album Change and five years of touring across Canada, Cripps has refined her art and matured her sound, creating her current alt collaboration with … Continue reading

Stream Yoke Lore’s Essential Snow Day Playlist!

By: Staff – “Snow days are about warmth,” says rising indie pop singer-songwriter Yoke Lore. “Sure, it’s cold outside, the snow is piling up, and the roads are freezing over. All those outside threats cause us to go inside and look for safety. Safety in other arms. Safety in blankets, and fires, and hot drinks, and … Continue reading

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