“Ghosts” is an homage to ghost towns in British Columbia, inspired by songwriter Robyn Jacob’s own family encounters with ghosts of the past.
“It led me to research more about the history of Chinese immigration to Canada, specifically Western Canada, and how racist government policies broke up families, and how that has affected the community today,” she says.
Filmed by Julia Hutchings, the video features interpretive dance by Maya Tenzer and Ria Girard.
“Abyss” was first released in 2016, but is now included in Still Fool’s new album ‘Lightbringer’. Definitely a song worth a second look! Or listen….
From their latest album, ‘Fractured, Murky and Liquid’, this is “They Live” by The Dog Indiana, displaying their grungy, psych style.
Off-beat but engaging, “Amelia” tells the tale of a gang taking the love of a guy’s life because of an unpaid debt.
Finally, new music from Devours, and we have it! From the upcoming album ‘Iconoclast’ here’s “Curmudgeon”, which displays Devour’s unrepressed, over-the-top style.
Spy-fi surf/punk number from Vancouver’s Nikola Death Ray.
After a year of putting out several albums worth of material Winnie Richards kicks off 2019 with a self-titled EP. “There is a Wall” sounds topical right now, although the wall that Richards sings of doesn’t cost hundreds of billions to build.