Another week, another collection of great tunes for your earholes. We’ve got a little something for everyone, so throw on these 8 Tracks and add ’em to your playlists!
The Royal Foundry – “okay?”
Edmonton’s The Royal Foundry have just release this new track, ahead of their National Arts Centre live stream concert happening tonight (6pm EDT on their Facebook Live). Check out the new tune, then go watch them live!
New Media – “Tunnel Vision”
“Tunnel Vision” kicks off with a great bass line – serious build up to the vocal kicking in. A little shoegaze, a lot of fuzz. Spans a few genres, making it a tune that a lot of people will surely dig.
Quinn Mills – “Ascots”
Canadian band Quinn Mills has just put out a stellar new tune with atandout bass line, great guitar, and killer vocals – first single off their upcoming album, Strangers In The Dark.
Switchboard Suitcase – “A Mess Of It”
If you like Muse and the Killers, you just might dig this Canadian band, Switchboard Suitcase. Their new track is simultaneously dark, yet catchy, and will make you want to hear more. Give it a listen!
The Blam Blams – “Throwaway Lines”
There are so many different genres in this one song, I don’t know where to start! It’s a unique one, and a stellar mix of modern and classic. Just give it a listen, make your own judgement. I think you’ll dig it.
Kuya – “Just Hang In”
“Just Hang In” is the single off Kuya’s first EP, coming out on June 12th. It “…focuses on young immigrants who can’t find a place to hang out. So they loiter for as long as they can, daring people to kick them out and challenging the rules of the road for being unfairly tilted towards white people.” There’s so much 90s nostalgia in this track, it’s sure to transport anyone.
Tres Kings – “Sucking On Lemons”
Blur meets Arctic Monkeys in this great indie rock tune from the UK’s Tres Kings. They were the first band to record at the Libertines new studio, The Albion Rooms. It’s such a killer song, and I’m excited to hear more.
Fast Friends – “We Broke The World”
Fast Friends’ new single “We Broke The World” partners a serious topic, a fun track, and a video you’ve just gotta watch. An anthemic chorus you’re gonna sing along to.