Read our interview with Denholm here.
Montreal-based The High Dials have released a video for the single “Yestergraves”, title track off a self-titled 3 song EP. The video features the three members fading in and out of illuminated blurry settings. The trio has also launched a PledgeMusic campaign for their new album, and have announced 2 Toronto dates during CMW. That’s your cue to get your shoegaze on!
Music videos are becoming cool again! Whether its Arcade Fire wearing animated paper-mache heads in “Reflektor” or Pharrell’s eternally cheerful “Happy”, acts are injecting some long-lost creativity back into this art form, achieving the desired result of furthering the senses from the song. The video for “Giving Life to Greys” has achieved that with a fraction of the budget.
That’s the single by Toronto’s daysdeaf aka Manvir Rai from his upcoming release When Colour Lost Light. The electronica-infused song with steady beats, minimalist keys and Manvir’s spacey vocals is a calming listen. The accompanying video has bright colours mixing together in a giant space, that gently steers the mind to a fantastical place. Like music videos used to in the ol times!
Are you saddened by all this snow melting away and sunshine? (YEAH RIGHT!) Fear not you crazy one, The Strumbellas have the solution to bring back the misery of the horrid Canadian winter via music video for “Sailing”. The music video sees the six-piece brave the harshest of the conditions in their quest to find a buried vintage suitcase. I hope the recent Juno win for We Still Move on Dance Floors, their sophomore release, is keeping them warm.
While there is no official statement, hope no one suffered a frostbite in the making of this video.
Remember The Junction? The name must ring a bell. They are back from a brief hiatus of touring and being a band and stuff. They are opening for Hollerado at Mississauga’s Club 108 on April 4. (THIS FRIDAY!). In honour of the occasion, the indie-rock trio from Brampton have released a music video for “Nightmares”, a track off their last release Grievances. If watching the video makes you miss the band, go see em!
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Glory Glory is back with the release of their EP So Long. Halifax based indie-rock trio brought on board Grammy nominated producer/mix engineer Justin Gerrish (Vampire Weekend) for the indie and new-wave influenced jams. Due for release on April 1, the band also has some fun pre-order Glory gear offerings available via the website.. When you are done ordering The Lollipop Man bundle, you can learn the words to “Indigo Son” via the lyric video.