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Exclusive: Stream Jane’s Party’s New Curated Playlist

By: Staff – Formed in 2008, Toronto-based pop-rock quartet, Jane‘s Party, is preparing their fourth anticipated full-length, Casual Island, slated for a February 2019 release. 2018 has seen the band steadily releasing singles from the album, each accompanied by a b-side featuring a different collaborator (Skratch Bastid, Leland Whitty [Badbadnotgood], Kirty [Fast Romantics]). With each single, … Continue reading

Exclusive: Stream Poor Nameless Boy’s New Curated Playlist

By: Staff – As Poor Nameless Boy, singer-songwriter Joel Henderson leaves a piece of himself on stage every time he performs. His mellow sound is personal, touching honestly on love, life, and our changing hearts in a busy world. He has been described as lighter versions of Noah Gunderson and Donovan Woods, with the wispy sounds … Continue reading

Exclusive: Stream Panicland’s New “Sad Songs that Make Me Happy” Playlist

By: Staff – Winnipeg-based pop band Panicland is back with their brand new single “Wasted”, and to celebrate they curated an exclusive “Sad Songs that Make Me Happy” Spotify playlist. Check it out below! Johnny Cash – Hurt This is one of those rare, rare songs where only this specific artist could pull it off and, ironically, it’s a … Continue reading

Exclusive: Stream Sophia Danai’s New Curated Playlist

By: Staff – To celebrate the release of her new single “Guns and Gold”, Vancouver-based singer-songwriter Sophia Danai curated an exclusive playlist for Aesthetic Magazine. Check it out below! The singer-songwriter started off like many other 20-year-old aspiring musicians, with the idea that fame was the ultimate goal. But after ending a tumultuous marriage and fighting … Continue reading

Exclusive: Stream Boydos’s “10 Songs To Procrastinate To” Playlist

By: Staff – To celebrate the release of Sydney, Australia’s Boydos’ (Eddie Boyd) debut single “Plans”, the former Julia Jacklin guitarist curated a new exclusive “10 songs to procrastinate to” Spotify playlist. Check it out below! Growing up in the Blue Mountains, Boyd spent his youth busking before studying classical guitar and touring the world as guitarist for Julia … Continue reading

Exclusive: Stream The Dirty Nil’s New “Changing Times” Playlist

By: Staff – To celebrate Hamilton-based punk band The Dirty Nil’s new album, Master Volume (out now), the band curated a new playlist that chronicles a list of tracks that feel like times are changing. “Our record Master Volume is coming out in September which is usually the month where people go back to school, move away, … 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 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

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

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