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The Dirty Nil Drop New Single “Blunt Force Concussion”

By: Staff – Hamilton-based punk trio The Dirty Nil have shared their new single “Blunt Force Concussion,” a slice of ‘90s power-pop and the latest cut off the forthcoming album, Fuck Art, out January 1, 2021 via Dine Alone Records and available for pre-order now. Stream the track below. Along with the previous releases of pop-punk … Continue reading

Exclusive Premiere: Stream King Park’s New Single “Stuck In The Middle”

By: Staff – Hamilton-based indie band King Park are back with a brand new single “Stuck In The Middle”, which you can stream exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below. “Stuck in the Middle” is both a confession and an accusation, expressing my own inability to move forward following a breakup,” said the band. “You can hear … Continue reading

The Dirty Nil Announce New Album “Fuck Art”

By: Staff – JUNO Award-winning punk trio The Dirty Nil have announced the title of their hotly anticipated new album, Fuck Art, set for release later this year via Dine Alone Records. The Dirty Nil‘s third full-length is an unabashed concoction of classic-rock heroism, pop-punk horsepower, ’80s indie scrappiness, ’90s alterna-crunch, and speed-metal adrenaline. The … Continue reading

Arkells Return With New Single “Quitting You”

By: Staff – Beloved Hamilton indie band Arkells return with their brand new single “Quitting You.” While Arkells were knee-deep working on their next studio album, the quarantine forced them to take four months physically apart – the longest they’d ever spent off the road. This pause did not slow them down but rather presented … Continue reading

Stream The Dirty Nil’s New Single “Done With Drugs”

By: Staff – Hamilton-based rock band The Dirty Nil are back with a brand new single “Done With Drugs”, which you can stream below. “At this time in my life, I see a lot of people who are trying to stop doing cocaine or stop drinking rivers of liquor, or stop eating lots of shitty … Continue reading

Exclusive Premiere: Stream Silvertone Hills’ New Single “Reaction”

By: Staff – Hamilton-based indie rock band Silvertone Hills is back with her latest single “Reaction”, which you can stream exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below. “The song was built around the intro riff,” said the band. “The title “Reaction” kept sticking in my head, so I wrote a story about this taboo relationship. The guy keeps … Continue reading

Arkells Unveil Fiercely Optimistic New Single “Years In The Making”

By: Staff – Today marks the official return of Arkells with their first piece of new music since 2018’s JUNO-Award winning and critically lauded, Rally Cry.  Hear “Years In The Making,” the band’s brand new single, via your preferred streaming platform now and watch the video below.  “You never know when the universe will deliver … Continue reading

Exclusive Premiere: Stream King Park’s New Song “”This is the End”

By: Staff – Hamilton-based indie band King Park are back with a brand new song called “This is the End”, which you can stream exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below. “This Is the End” will be featured on King Park’s first full-length LP titled Everett, which will be released this summer, recorded at Sheepdog Studios. As with much … Continue reading

Exclusive Premiere: Stream Gillian Nicola’s New Single “Night Comes To Call”

By: Staff – Hamilton’s own Gillian Nicola is back with her brand new single “Night Comes To Call”, which you can stream exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below. Described as a cross between Kathleen Edwards and Laura Marling, “Night Comes To Call” is set to be featured on Nicola’s wise and stunning debut full-length album, Dried Flowers, … Continue reading

Album Review: Arkells – “Rally Cry”

By: Jessica Nakamoto –     After 2016-17 saw their blockbuster single “Knocking At The Door” reach fourteen weeks at #1 on the Canadian Alternative chart and boast North American television coverage from the Superbowl to the World Series, Arkells fans have clamored with excitement over the prospect of new music. And much to their delight, … Continue reading