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Oct 22, 2020 Music Web Exclusive

Deep Sea Diver’s third studio album, Impossible Weight, began life during an intense period of inner turmoil and self-doubt, which saw songwriter and guitarist Jessica Dobson begin to question whether she even wanted to continue with the band.  More

Oct 21, 2020 Music Web Exclusive

The concept of horror is fascinating. Why do we enjoy being scared and what drives consumers to go back to the genre’s well of viscera? Oftentimes, the best horror is one that connects fantastical onscreen fears with legitimate societal ones.  More

Black Bra

Black Bra

YK Records

Oct 21, 2020 Music Web Exclusive

Nashville indie rock luminary Beth Cameron’s (Forget Cassettes, Fair Verona) new project Black Bra embraces the darkness of past trauma to help process the present horror of the world around us.  More

Oct 20, 2020 Music Web Exclusive

Kate Stables’ project This Is the Kit follows 2017’s outstanding Moonshine Freeze with another impressive outing on Off Off OnMore

Gord Downie

Away Is Mine

Arts & Crafts

Oct 20, 2020 Music Web Exclusive

Fittingly enough, Gord Downie’s final encore doesn’t find the Canadian icon playing the hits.  More

Oct 19, 2020 Music Web Exclusive

The rise of beabadoobee (real name Beatrice Laus and also known as Bea Kristi) is a typically odd story of Gen Z stardom. More

Oct 19, 2020 Music Web Exclusive

Siv Jakobsen has built an impressive canon of deep-diving mellow artistry over the last few years, but A Temporary Soothing is her finest album to date. More

No Joy

Motherhood

Joyful Noise

Oct 16, 2020 Music Web Exclusive

In a world where the omnipotent algorithm demands instant attention-grabbing earworms, Motherhood, the new album from No Joy (the project of Montreal-based artist, Jasamine White-Gluz), is a body of work that makes demands of the listener.  More

Oct 16, 2020 Music Web Exclusive

Austin’s Duncan Fellows have been kicking around and have remained unsigned going on seven years now. With a handful of EP’s and a 2017 full-length, Both Sides of the Ceiling, it was never quite certain if the quintet was gaining traction or at risk of disappearing into the mists. More