Mighloe Shares Single, ‘Rainy Days’, Revealing Beauty Of Vulnerability

Hailing from Toronto, singer-songwriter MIGHLOE returns with her second single ‘Rainy Days’ off her forthcoming EP, ‘Desperate Times’. On this record, produced by Late Night Drive and Dean Vision, Mighloe continues to provide a rich and honest soundtrack to our lives. This particular offering encourages listeners to unmask their humanity and find refuge and solace in the uncertainties of love.

Speaking about her second song of the year, Mighloe says:

“‘Rainy days’ is about opening yourself up to requited love! A love that goes both ways. It’s sweet and sexy and drenched in obsession. It’s about begging for the rainy days, for the sorrows because in those desperate times, when we are weak; is where our love is the strongest.”

Check out the official music video for the single below…

Toronto Musician Alex Beraldo Releases New Single, ‘Southern Heat + Video

A year ago, Toronto musician and guitar builder ALEX BERALDO released his new album, ‘Freaktone Sessions’ to exactly zero fanfare, since it was right at the beginning of the COVID pandemic. This isn’t a story that is unique to Alex, in fact, it’s a story that many musicians releasing music last year have. But what is unique, is that he decided to shine some light on his overlooked album by re-releasing the single ‘Southern Heat’, along with a new live video filmed in his luthier workshop, on the anniversary of the album’s release.

‘Southern Heat’ is one of those songs that takes you by surprise. It seems like a sweet, romantic love song at first, but then it straight up hits you with an emotional punch that sits with you long after the song has ended.

Alex has been making music since 2006 and describes his sound as “a uniquely weird take on folk, blues, rock n roll and country music. Think John Prine trying to be Bob Dylan, but he hung out with Bradley Nowell.

Alex has fronted several bands and been a solo act, touring Canada multiple times from coast to coast. He’s independently recorded and released ten albums as the frontman of bands The Breaks and The People, including five solo efforts.

‘Southern Heat’ is available now on Spotify, Apple Music/iTunes, and other digital retailers and streaming services…why not check out the bitter-sweet single below…

Mighloe Shares Lo-Fi Single, ‘Don’t Call Me’ Ahead Of EP

The first release from her forthcoming EP, ‘Desperate Times’, Emerging Canadian singer-songwriter MIGHOLE releases ‘Don’t Call Me’, where she expresses the universal sentiment of reaching your breaking point that often leaves one jaded and weary of love.

Speaking of the single, Mighole says: “Writing ‘Don’t Call Me’ came from a place of being fed up. There are so many people that come in and out of our lives, and sometimes these people hinder our stability and sense of self. This song was my way of saying “enough!” I will no longer let these people take parts of myself. It’s me realizing that my energy is sacred and will not be disturbed. It’s the final “Fuck You” but say it politely. “Don’t Call Me.”

Watch the video for ‘Don’t Call Me’, produced by Dean Vision and LateNightDrive.

Singer Vibi Delivers Empowering Anthem, ‘Fallback Girl’

VIBI‘s empowering new single ‘Fallback Girl’, is a firm reminder that we all deserve to let go of the people and habits that have proven to be toxic.

The reinvigorating bass along with the Toronto’s pop songstress’ compelling vocals are enough to give anyone the strength not to be anyone’s – particularly an ex – second choice.

‘Fallback Girl’ is now out on your preferred music provider…why not build yourself up and check out the powerful pop anthem below…

Song of the Day: Black Gold – Timaj Garad

Ethiopian Toronto-based singer-songwriter and poet TIMAJ GARAD presents her single, ‘Black Gold’, the leading number from her forthcoming debut ‘Blooming at the Mouth’ EP, set for release tomorrow, 5th March.

‘Black Gold’ is an anthemic ode to and love song for Black Muslim women. Serving as both a celebration and a sanctuary, the single shares the realities of Timaj and many others in an honest way, without sugarcoating the collective trauma, while simultaneously providing space for Black Muslim joy and glory.

Why not check out the official video for ‘Black Gold’ below…