Moonshine Collective, the JUNO Award-nominated afro-house group from Montreal, has confirmed a December 2nd release of their upcoming album, ‘SMS For Location, Vol. 5,’ via FORESEEN Entertainment.
Tod Lippy pays tribute to the Alan Parsons Project with his own version of “Time” from his covers album ‘Closer Than They Appear’.
Today we are helping to unveil Vail’s latest single, “Zephyr,” a vocal-free display of pure musical creativity with a nice little danceable groove.
’80s synthpop, saxophone solos, high energy, and emotion: The Midnight hit Tulsa’s legendary Cain’s Ballroom with Nightly. Coverage by Patrick Quiring.
A little bit eerie, a little bit haunting, and certainly to some degree retro, Gilda House premieres their “Give Me Some” single, their most notable track yet.
Moglii & Noraa’s “Water To The Moonö conjures up suggestions of Sade, revealing exotic surfaces laced with eroticism, highlighted by the lush vocals of Noraa.
To get to know TheFatRat better, he joins us for a Stereo Six feature in which he serves up some of his favourite all-time songs, which, as expected, come from a wide range of different genres and styles.
Susannah B premieres her new “Moon & Sand” j.wells remix, a pumped-up, reinvented version of the original “Moon & Sand” song found on the singer’s ‘Girl Gone Wilder!’ album.
Avoiding entirely his rad new recording, ‘Calling,’ we hit Comisar with a Quick & Dirty interview discussing everything from Vampires and Vengaboys to guilty pleasures and Rick Rubin.
Today, along with the debut of “Is Love Electric?,” we chat with Toronto-area musician Josh Van White about his new single, writing process, and forthcoming album.
Like a collage of the human experience, Clay Bassford, who releases music under the moniker Clay in Mono, shares a dazzling debut of textural elements and morphing beats on ‘Entry.’
Singer-songwriter Starless reveals the visualizer video for her brand new single “Underneath (Blue Mix),” a reinterpretation of her previous single “Underneath.”