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Contest: Win a Ticket to See MONOWHALES’ Upcoming Livestream Concert!

Emerging Toronto-based indie band MONOWHALES has a pair of worldwide livestream concerts coming up on November 26th at 8pm ET (Tickets HERE) and November 27th at 9pm ET (Tickets HERE). Wanna go? We have 5 tickets available to be won. Enter now below! You can enter only once via one of the following entry methods: … Continue reading

Exclusive Premiere: Stream MONOWHALES’ New Song “BL/FF (Fake Friends)”

By: Staff – Toronto-based indie band MONOWHALES are back with their new track “BL/FF (Fake Friends)”, which you can stream exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below. About the song, vocalist Sally Shaar shares, “BL/FF (Fake Friends)” gases you up for a hook-up. Memories flood into your head about that damn person that’s hard to get over … Continue reading

Hannah Georgas & Matt Berninger Share New “Pray It Away” Duet

By: Staff – Acclaimed indie-pop songstress Hannah Georgas shares a new version of the song “Pray It Away” from her latest album All That Emotion. Co-written with Aaron Dessner, the new version of the song is performed as a duet with The National frontman Matt Berninger. “Pray It Away (Ft. Matt Berninger)”, which you can … Continue reading

Exclusive Premiere: Watch Harlequin Gold’s New Video for “Bad”

By: Staff – Vancouver-based Indie pop band Harlequin Gold is back with a new video for their track “Bad”, which you can watch exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below. “Our song, “Bad” is about experiencing something that changes you down to the core,” said the duo. “Even though you try to fit into who you once … Continue reading

St. Vincent Shares Reimagined Version of “New York”

By: Staff – St. Vincent has partnered with composer YOSHIKI to craft a reimagined version of her song “New York”, set for release on August 28th via Loma Vista and Concord. Stream the track below. The new version of St. Vincent’s bittersweet signature tune originally released on her album MASSEDUCTION, features YOSHIKI’s classical-inspired arrangements that … Continue reading

The Japanese House Share New Track “Dionne” ft. Justin Vernon (of Bon Iver)

By: Staff – The Japanese House has released “Dionne” ft. Grammy-award winning songwriter Justin Vernon (of Bon Iver) and the textual interlude, “Sharing Beds” which opens her new EP, Chewing Cotton Wool. Listen below. The pair of new tracks by Amber Bain, who uses the moniker  The Japanese House, was released alongside the 2019 tracks “Something Has To Change” and “Chewing Cotton Wool” to round out the new release. Chewing Cotton Wool follows The Japanese House’s … Continue reading

Stream Rayne’s New Single “Bored”

By: Staff – Emerging Vancouver-based pop artist Rayne returns with her newest release “Bored,” which you can stream below. Rayne has quickly captured the attention of fans and industry with her infectious pop style and powerhouse vocals. On the new track, Rayne notes, “Bored is about an on and off relationship that keeps cycling around … Continue reading

Fionn Shares Irresistibly Fun New Single “Modern Medication”

By: Staff – In the height of the digital generation, filled with social media, selfies and inflated realities, Vancouver pop duo Fionn are calling out the era of their upbringing with the release of their irresistible new single “Modern Medication”, accompanied by the music video. The track preludes a new collection of music, with the … Continue reading

Bright Eyes Share New Song “One and Done”

By: Staff – Bright Eyes have released a third song from their forthcoming new album. “This whole town looks empty, but we knew it wouldn’t last/ Behind bulletproof windows they’re still wiring the cash/ Whatever they could scrape up, whatever that they had/ there’s a lot of mouths to feed through this famine,” sings Conor … Continue reading

Rich Aucoin Announces New Album “United States”, Shares New Single

By: Staff – Rich Aucoin shares new single and video for “Reset” and announces 4th album entitled United States. Aucoin wrote the album, observing the America from the ground level, while cycling across it for Mental Health America (as well as the Canadian Mental Health Association). While taking this Robert Frank approach, Aucoin composed a … Continue reading