Kitzl is being her charming weird self, hanging out at the side of a earthy
slope with flora, rocks and angel statuettes, set to her electropop creation
supported by looping manipulated samples of organic objects.
Two shots from the same individual: Jakob Rehlinger. Spume is atmospheric ambience, whereas Mind Thief is futurepop/synthwave.
Ethereal and atmospheric, “Idol Worship” finds Supernatural Buffalo at their finest. Direct by Cash Honey.
By Scott Gray
One of the fiercest new rappers on the Canadian scene breathes a mouthful of fire in the appropriately titled “Wild”. Myth bristles with personality as she drops nuanced barbs of earned hubris over seriously dank beats while grooving through Toronto streets made as subtly psychedelic as her impressive production.
Former Forest City Lover, Kat Burns continues her musical journey as KASHKA, dropping a new video for the smooth and strident synth pop of “Signs”.
Take a look and listen below:
A fearsome nightmare fantasy crafted from the murky essence of progressive metal, doom metal and epic metal souls. Subterranea commands the fearmongering hordes of seductive operatic sirens and a massive string-welding warrior, Robbie DevouringSaturn of Toronto prog metal band Devouring Saturn, to realize their dark conquest of the surface world from their underground lair.
Bluesy jazz from Alexis Baro, just to ease you through Tuesday (I never got the hang of Tuesdays).