Shamik pulls together an exuberant electronic beat track sweeping and fluttering with the mystic wonders of Bollywood, sampling “Kamma Kara Yoram” by popular Indian playback singers K. S. Chithra and Malaysia Vasudevan, and features new vocals by his sister and Too Attached partner Vivek Shraya.
This track is featured on Shamik’s new album, CI3, available PWYC on Bandcamp.
Gal Gracen excels at stirring devotional pop and does not disappoint with the beautiful “Arcadia”, where lovely percussion is set off by Steve Hackett-style guitars.
Chill and quirky, “One Horse Town” is prime example of Blocktreat’s electronic musings.
future star continues to crank out wonder, personal stories set to minimal music. Dig “kiss the mirror”.
Vancouver trio Pudding lay down post-punkish alt pop featuring unmelodious vocals, giving it an angsty feel.
Artsy, noisy Puzzlehead hits us again with blaring, restless guitars and Katayoon’s deadpan vocal delivery. We can’t get enough.
The Vancouver trio (Jill, Juls, Leila) do cuddlecore to the max. Melody and sweet vocals abound, but all anchored by driving, grinding guitars.