New Music Video: Ride – Sara Diamond

After snapping up the blog’s Song of the Week title on Instagram, with single ‘Ride’, SARA DIAMOND unveiled the music video for the euphoric R&B single.

Check it out below:

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Song of the Day: Bullets – Zinnia

Toronto-based singer/songwriter Rachael Cardiello – aka ZINNIA – delivers a stunning piece, entitled ‘Bullets’, into today’s hot spot, layered with synth and driving beats, along with soothing vocals, turning all spine tinglingly fierce towards the end.

‘Bullets’ is from ZINNIA’s debut album, ‘Sensations in Two Dot’ is due out later in the year.

I highly recommend you check this beauty out, before you head out…

Song of the Day: By Number – Dear Pressure

Canadian duo DEAR PRESSURE grace the blog for the second time with single, ‘By Number’.

The latest effort sees the pair push the boundaries beyond limit, by incorporating spine tinglingly mellow overtones with a slight muzzled drive that can fill a dance floor.

Turn this up loud enough and this track could provide a great start to your weekend. Check it out below:

New Track: Creator Made An Animal – Snotty Nose Rez Kids (ft. Boslen)

Featuring rapper Boslen, SNOTTY NOSE REZ KIDS‘ latest joint, ‘Creator Made An Animal’, carries an aggressive and assertive energy that imitates the way society portrays Indigenous people and people of colour across Turtle Island.

As a latest edition of the Indigenous ancestry, the Canadian hip-hop duo stated they are often regarded as the pissed-off generation who haven’t gotten over what colonisation has done to their lands and people.

Through their boisterous yet slick delivery, they’re letting the world know that they are here to stay and they are NOT changing for anyone!  Their latest track serves as a teaser for their album, ‘TRAPLINE’, set for release next month.

Check out the video for ‘Creator Made An Animal’ Below:

 

New Track: Please Don’t Ever Settle Down – Dear Rogue

DEAR ROGUE‘s new deluxe edition of their album, ‘Phases’ ( CLICK HERE TO LISTEN), documents both the emotional depths Drew and Danielle McTaggart plumbed to come up with unflinchingly personal, honest material, and the ground they covered in their efforts to push themselves sonically and aesthetically. The deluxe version includes the original 10 songs of the album plus five new, previously unheard cuts.

With the release of the album, the duo includes an airy, echoing, minimalistic new single, ‘Please Don’t Ever Settle Down’, check it out below: