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Watch The Trews’ New Video for “God Speed Rebel”

By: Staff – The Trews are back with a brand-new video for their latest track “God Speed Rebel”, created entirely on virtual meeting app ZOOM. Watch it below Colin MacDonald, lead singer notes, “Spring is in the air and we’re in quarantine, here’s a new song to help you along these unprecedented days. This tune … Continue reading

Watch The Elwins’ New Video for “Take Me All The Way”

By: Staff – Listening to an Elwins record feels like coming home at the end of a long day. The Newmarket four-piece has made a decade-plus long career out of carefully crafting clever and cozy tunes. An Elwins song is just as comfortable in your headphones as you walk as it is being blasted from … Continue reading

July Talk Announce First New Album in Four Years, “Pray For It”, Share New Single “Pay For It”

By: Staff – July Talk stormed in with the flinty radio-ready rock of their debut, followed by the volatile siren songs of Touch, an album of sawtoothed pop + convulsing tension. For album three, the band cracks their equilibrium open to find a thrilling new balance in asymmetry. With Pray For It, July Talk commits to the possibility of … Continue reading

Watch No Age’s New Video for “Feeler”

By: Staff – No Age are back out on the street! Effortlessly raw and extravagant in one practiced swoop, they set their live/bedroom internal clock and get out early into a glorious wind tunnel of naked beats and sunbaked guitars, forming a wave from with a new long player: Goons Be Gone!  Enter “Feeler”. This urgent … Continue reading

Stream Bright Eyes’ First New Single in 9 Years “Persona Non Grata”

By: Staff – Some things are worth the wait. It’s been nine years since Bright Eyes released new material. Today, they unveil the first recordings from their recent studio sessions, “Persona Non Grata”. The band, who revealed they’d re-grouped after a lengthy hiatus in February by announcing a a world tour, issued the following statement … Continue reading

Dirty Projectors Announce New EP “Windows Open”

By: Staff – This Friday, March 27th, Dirty Projectors begin a new chapter with the release of Windows Open. The first collection of new Projectors material to feature the lineup of the 2018/19 Lamp Lit Prose tour, these four songs are laidback and yearning, poetic and a bit whimsical.  If you’ve seen Dirty Projectors live … Continue reading

SXSW 2020 Preview – Interview: Moaning Talks “Uneasy Laughter”, Sobriety, & DIY Music

By: Curtis Sindrey – Moaning, the musical effort from vocalist/guitarist Sean Solomon, bassist/keyboardist Pascal Stevenson and drummer Andrew MacKelvie, will follow-up their 2018 self-titled debut with Uneasy Laughter via Sub Pop Records on March 20th. What happens when an abrasive rock trio trades guitars for synths, cranks up the beats and leans into the everyday anxieties of simply … 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: Watch Stereodove’s New Video for “Madonna”

By: Staff – California-based pop band Stereodove is back with a new video for their new single “Madonna”, which you can watch exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below. Stereodove, a group of misfits diverse in musical background, race, and gender write songs from a place of “otherness” and melancholy, often blending the colorful melodies of pop and … Continue reading

Exclusive Premiere: Stream Nature Of’s New Album “The Mean”

By: Staff – Edmonton indie-rock band Nature Of are back with their new album “The Mean”, which is set for release on February 21st. Want a sneak peak? Stream the album exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below. Nature Of teamed up with producer Marcus Paquin (The National, Arcade Fire) to record their fourth album The Mean. Paquin’s production shines … Continue reading