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Tallies - Toronto's Hottest Garage Pop, New Single "Mother"

This garage-pop group from Toronto have been on an absolute roll lately. Tallies have recently signed with Kanine Records, toured the USA and now announced the upcoming release of their self-titled debut album. They released a video for their latest single “Mother”. This track is very catchy with its reverby surf inspired guitar along with singer Sarah Cogan’s dreamy vocals and melodies. The new album will be released on January 11th. Stay tuned for release party details… - Kris Gies





Juracán Single Release

Juracán, the newest project from Pierre Carbuccia, has his debut album Niño coming out December 7th. Together with High Clouds, the single “Moraleja” was released November 16th. The song is oddly evocative of the small, lazy clouds you come across on a sad plane ride home. Carbuccia’s voice is layered with a tenderness born from a place of pain and healing. He cites bolero and merengue as inspirations behind his soundscape. Together, the styles produce a calming, but still infectious, rhythm. It’s a complicated, nuanced song that speaks well of the work Carbuccia has put into this album.

Juracán will be playing a small set as part of the Autonomous Series at the Bit House Saloon, along with Amy Bleu, Arbor Daze, and Omar Cripps tonight, November 21st. 

-By Avril Carrillo





New The Retinas Single Release Available for Streaming & Purchase

A pair of new tracks have surfaced from garage-psych trio The Retinas. “Back Alley Brats” is a fuzz-forward, percussive march in the night, as the vocals saturate through its narration. There’s a steadiness with an underlying turmoil that appears ready to erupt. “Come On Over” serves a personal invitation, delving into relationship roles and insights in an emotive yet even-keeled manner. Both songs seem placid on the surface, but the seed of agitation is present.





Not to miss: DOV's queer expressionism explodes on debut "Save (ft. TESHA)"

Tel Aviv-by-way-of Brooklyn electro-pop artist DOV brought pride in one’s identity to the forefront of his debut single,“Save.” “‘Save’ is about being gay, being queer - it’s a spiritual movement about releasing yourself from your past,” DOV says regarding the track, the first from his forthcoming EP Be Your Lover, out next year. Channeling his experiences as a queer man into explorative and defiantly different electronica, DOV produces a self-assured explosion of textures both synthetic and acoustic that is as original as enjoyable. The track employs tactile, plucky guitar parts against syncopated percussion and brooding keys, creating a layered, expressive sound that is simultaneously bright and dark, with TESHA’s vocal performance adding a layer of discordant pop to the mix. DOV’s strengths certainly lie in his willingness to take risks as a producer and multi-instrumentalist - here’s hoping his EP debut follows the same unique recipe.

Stream "Save ft. TESHA" below. -Connor Beckett McInerney (@b_ck_tt)





Escort frontwoman Adeline emerges as solo artist with self-titled debut LP

Adeline, neo-soul diva and frontwoman of NYC disco revivalists Escort, has recently broken out as a solo artist and released her debut, self-titled LP, [ad•uh•leen]. Out earlier this year, singles "Emeralds” and “Swirl” gave a cheeky, synth-driven sample of this artist’s stunning vocal style, and are now followed by “Hi Life” (streaming) which delivers spunky and danceable energy reminiscent of the vibrant voices of the disco era, filtered through modern soul. This collection of jams burns through savory melodies with a sultry disposition and plenty of glitter to go around. Listen to Adeline’s single, “Hi Life,” below and check out her latest solo material on Soundcloud. - Rebecca Carroll

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