Rising Toronto rapper MYTH lays down a dreamy, melodious flow atop trippy cloud trap which, at about the halfway point, mutates into a fierce and eccentric banger that gives her ample opportunity to flex her steadily evolving syllable gymnastics.
The idiosyncratic verse of Common Holly (aka Brigitte Naggar) is treated to a video interpretation. From Naggar’s latest album ‘When I say to you Black Lightning’.
The track “At Parting” by Montreal singer-songwriter Patient Hands (Alex Stooshinoff) is treated to a brilliant video, directed by Ezra Malafaia and Stooshinoff.
“‘At Parting’ is the opening track of my debut album ‘Stoic’, which is about a long period of illness, and the warp and weft of mystical experience that ran through it. ‘At Parting’ concerns the feeling of having lost oneself and awoken in the metaphorical dark. It was one of the first tracks written on the album, and in some ways, it best captures what the record is about.”
Montreal’s Little Scream (aka Laurel Sprengelmeyer) presents her absorbing track “Dear Leader” in powerful video form, depicting everyday people on the street appealing to the world’s leaders through Sprengelmeyer’s lyrics.
Previously this experimental duo went by the name of Jerk in the Can. As Phuture Memoriez, the Vancouver band continues to bring its strange imagination to musical life. And dig their videos! Like this one of “Manoeuvering” from the album ‘The Art of War’.
Puzzlehead’s garage-psych tune “Moist Towelette” gets the full-on pysch treatment on video.
With visual from BC’s coastal rain forest, Apollo Ghosts convey a sense of community with our surroundings.