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Exclusive Premiere: Watch Cassie Dasilva’s New Video for “We Might Break Up”

By: Staff – Canadian pop artist Cassie Dasilva is back with a new video for “We Might Break Up”, which you can watch exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below. “We Might Break Up” explores the classic “it’s not you, it’s me”, as Dasilva dissects her own self-destructive spiral and contemplates sabotaging a healthy relationship “so [she] … Continue reading

Exclusive Premiere: Stream Mountain Head’s New Single “Shade”

By: Staff – Emerging band Mountain Head is back with their new single “Shade”, which you can stream exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below.  “Shade” was written on the streets of Miami. Mountain Head landed in Miami the day the Wu Tang Clan shared their music across all of their platforms. A night on the city seemed … Continue reading

Lowell Shares New Soulful Pop-R&B Ballad “Lemonade”

By: Staff – Lowell has experienced an entire career’s worth of music industry ups-and-downs in an astonishingly short period of time. Her journey from dropping out of college and working as a stripper to finding her footing as the go-to songwriter for platinum selling pop stars will be fodder for an incredible book one day, … Continue reading

Album Review: PVRIS – “Use Me”

By: Jessica Nakamoto –       Ushering in new beginnings with a resounding sense of confidence and poise, it’s become strikingly clear that PVRIS frontwoman, Lynn Gunn has always been her own secret weapon. Yet, like many hidden talents bubbling below the surface, until recently, her role as the sole driving force behind the group’s … Continue reading

Sylvan Esso Announces New Album “Free Love”, Shares New Single “Ferris Wheel”

By: Staff – Sylvan Esso have announced the release of their third full-length album, Free Love, to be released on September 25th via Loma Vista Recordings, and shared the music video for new song, Ferris Wheel. The new 10-song collection thrives on collaborative frisson. Wielding power in delicacy, the duo of Amelia Meath and Nick Sanborn … Continue reading

Watch Ralph’s New Animated Video for “Crush”

By: Staff – RALPH shares a new single “Crush” along with a music video animated by NYC-via-Toronto multidisciplinary artist Amika Cooper (AKA blackpowerbarbie). RALPH’s celebratory reimagining of the 1998 Jennifer Paige dance-pop hit comes with the announcement that yesterday she was a guest on the Crave Original Series Canada’s Drag Race. The ultra-nostalgic “Crush” video features an animated pre-teen in her distinctly Y2K … Continue reading

Exclusive Premiere: Stream Courtney Jacobs’ Debut Single “Canary”

By: Staff – Emerging synthpop singer-songwriter Courtney Jacobs has released her debut single “Canary”, which you can stream exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below. Jacobs is a 21-year old synthpop singer-songwriter with dreamy vocals and thought-provoking lyrics. She insists that there are at least two sides to every story and every song; avoiding “poor me” songs … Continue reading

Kiesza Announces Comeback Album, Shares New Song “Crave”

By: Staff – Kiesza has announced details for her comeback album, Crave, which is set for release on August 14th, 2020 via her own label Zebra Spirit Tribe. The acclaimed synthpop artist also shared a new music video for the title track, which you can watch below. Directed by Emmy award winning producer James Barker (Queer Eye, Pawn Stars, … Continue reading

Exclusive Premiere: Stream Rijell’s New Single “Mesmerized”

By: Staff – Emerging Canadian artist and 3LAU collaborator Rijell is back with his new track “Mesmerized”, which you can stream exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below. The track is set for release on May 15 via Aureon Records.  Electropop artist Rijell has previously worked with renowned artists such as 3LAU, Starkillers, Domeno and UNEK, and is no newcomer to the scene, having released … Continue reading

Chicano Batman Share New Track “Pink Elephant”

By: Staff – Chicano Batman have released a new track titled “Pink Elephant,” the second song off their forthcoming album Invisible People (out May 1st via ATO Records). The slinky track is imbued with the sensuous psychedelia that the LA-based synth-funk four-piece has become known for carried by Carlos Arévalo’s steady riff and Eduardo Arenas’ funky bassline … Continue reading