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By Hannah Thacker · 24 October 2014
As we approach the release of Dream Mclean's Greyscale album, the British rap talent has decided to drop the heart-breaking narrative "Bruises" on us.
A tinny high-hat and Sango's lo-fi R&B vocalism sticks close to the listener in "Just, Hold On For A Second", but the pure ear gold can be found in the last 10 seconds.
By Hannah Thacker · 23 October 2014
Misun's "Superstions" is made up of a heavy-handed touch of 80s pop, smokey soul vocals and dancey backing.
T.O.L.D's video for "Lucifer's Eyes" is a second chance to immerse yourself in a dark-centered pool of steel drums and Faustian lyrics.
By Elise Cobain · 23 October 2014
As Elephants Are harness the British indie sound, with brilliantly produced future anthems that challenge the chart-toppers of the current scene.
By Josh Angehr · 22 October 2014
Oceaán has returned with another new track off of his upcoming Grip EP, "Veritas".
By Susan Kemp · 22 October 2014
Death From Above 1979 rose from the ashes last month with their first album in 10 years. But in this week's flashback, we take a look at the album that fueled their legacy: 2004's You're a Woman, I'm a Machine.
By Hannah Thacker · 21 October 2014
Multi-textured, multi-faceted and with a split personality; "Bloom" strikes just the right amount of fear into the listener to be too hard to resist.
By Josh Angehr · 21 October 2014
Everyone's favourite synth pop trio returns with another jam, "Get Away", for Zane Lowe's revised Drive soundtrack.
Son Lux returns with a soulful treatment of Jack Garratt's "I Couldn't Want You Anyway".
By Sam Friedman · 21 October 2014
L.A./London-based singer CHLØË BLACK has unveiled her debut track "27 Club"
LAYLA's gorgeous, elastic voice glistens on her new track "For You"
By David Rutherford · 21 October 2014
Like Caribou, Chicago's Evan Ireland delivers emotionally charged music disguised as infectious dance floor fodder.
By Hannah Thacker · 20 October 2014
"Bitter" further defines this singer-songwriter as one who speaks to the heart, from the heart.
"I Gave It All" is an unflinching look at the pain which results from false, or perhaps misled, feelings of love.
By Josh Angehr · 20 October 2014
Everyone's favourite Toronto rapper returns with a mysterious leak of "How About Now", a bitterly romantic track about the line between fame and effort in relationships.