Everyone knows one person who is seemingly good at everything they do — aren’t they infuriating? At 22, Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter Michael Seyer is shaping up to be that person — but without all the negative connotations. Bad Bonez is Seyer’s latest album, and he wrote, produced, performed and mixed it almost entirely by himself.…
The beating heart of Nova Scotia’s nouveau guitar-pop, Nap Eyes, has well outgrown expectations with their third release, I’m Bad Now. The collection is ambitious but polished and personal — it’ll break your heart, but your toes won’t stop tapping. Every track is unique, but the subtle homage to bygone Maritime folk melodies is apparent…
We need to talk about producer extraordinaire Jonathan Wilson.
Pop music often gets a bad rap — and sometimes it deserves it.
This long-awaited release proves there’s nothing wrong with never changing.
For many Saskatonians — lifelong or otherwise — there is a weird compulsion to dislike the Sheepdogs.
Aloof Edmonton innovator Sean Nicholas Savage certainly impresses with his twelfth studio release.
Eight years after the release of their sophomore album, F O R T R E S S, Miniature Tigers are back with a full LP of home-recorded reference works.
Sometimes you get tired of your hyper-obscure, SoundCloud-rapper go-tos. Sometimes, all you need is a pop soundtrack to vibe to.
You might not have heard of this one. In the past month, the ever enigmatic Daniel Romano released not one but two full-length LPs.