“Eleven” is coolly elegant in its artful distillation of classical choral and industrial electronic.
Ging is electropop with gauzy psych vibes.
From the album ‘We’re Here, My Dear’.
There’s something satisfyingly artistic about the sheer hell that Dastard manages to dredge up.
From the album ‘Horselip’.
Amai Kuda is a musical powerhouse combining elements of afro-soul, hip-hop, alternative rock (to name just a few) into a unique brew.
Accompanying “Which Way” is an animated work by Spoof Animation depicting a fantastical world involving colonization and African cosmologies.
The idiosyncratic sounds of Broken Egg and their grungy sadcore.
From the compilation album ‘Nuclear Free Nanaimo Volume III’.
Rupert Yakelashek (aka Teenage Art Scene) presents a moving, albeit quirky, ode to old movies.
From the album ‘Sensory Entanglement’.
Yet another member of Mother Sun goes solo. “me oh my” by milio pagnotta has easy-going poignancy to it but it definitely has that lysergic edge.
Multi-instumentalist Géraldine Eguiluz brings a latin flavour to her improvisational music.
There’s a great grungy vibe going in Burs’ experimental folk-gaze.
From the album ‘Holding Patterns’.
Vancouver’s Kylie V treats us to another track of dreamy, intimate bedroom pop.