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.
There’s a great grungy vibe going in Burs’ experimental folk-gaze.
From the album ‘Holding Patterns’.
Led by jazz guitarist Harry Bartlett the trio create an atmosphere that is eerie, spicy, and exciting.
Toronto’s Joe Narducci (aka Elephant and Dogs) with some of his whimsical psych-pop.
Josée Caron and Lucy Niles (i.e. Partner) combine driving rock and melodic pop in the extended metaphor “Time is a Car”.
Toronto’s Joseph Shabason and Nicholas Krgovich are absolutely disarming with their bubbly, exuberant pop music.
Super Kill Me Now’s Matthew William Post goes solo as Matt Post Band and it’s a marvellous mayhem of lo-fi, experimental noise rock.
A gauzy-soft tune that it is mesmerizing.
Here are our ten faves right now:
“Fantasy (ft. Les Deuxluxes)” by ALIAS
“Enny One Wil Love You” by Pony Girl
“Ether” by Noise Unit
“Chattels” by Brava Kilo and Annie Sumi
“Subatomic Love” by Pillars of a Twisted City
“im so happy” by EKKSTACY
“Chicken Nuggets” by A Hundred Years
“Battle Cry” byAyria
“Tourist Town” by JP Lancaster and Jared Jackel’s Bad Vibrations
“Precious Life (Last Stand of the Dive Bar Hoodrats)” by TJ Felix & The Wino Delegates
There’s no way Hamilton’s Linebeck could waste our time with their gorgeous, grunge-driven shoegaze.