NEW MUSIC/VIDEO: Frigs – “God Hates a Coward” (Psych Rock/Noise Pop//Toronto, ON)
First they dropped the “Dirty” and now Frigs have gained the support from Arts & Crafts for their Slush EP. While the release drops next month on June 10th, you can take a trip to the garden centre with the rock outfit with the video to their growling, noise pop single “God Hates A Coward”.
NEW MUSIC: The Highest Order – “Hurry Down” (Folk Rock/Shoegaze//Toronto, ON)
Simone Schmidt’s smokey vocals lead us through jangley folk rock ditty from Toronto’s The Highest Order. “Hurry Down” acts as the first single from the groups upcoming LP Still Holding, also out June 10th via Idée Fixe Records.
NEW MUSIC: Speedy Ortiz – “Death Note” (Grunge Rock/Noise Pop//Massachusetts)
The Massachusetts crew, Speedy Ortiz is Foiled Again with the EP follow-up to last year’s Foil Deer. Featuring remixes of album cut “Puffer” and the new single that follows their signiature grunged out pop sound, “Death Note”. Available June 3 through Carpark Records.
NEW MUSIC: Vogue Dots – “If You Stay” (Synth/Dream Pop//Halifax, NS)
The relaxed synth melody of Vogue Dot‘s latest dream pop master piece masks the tortured, soul wrenching core of “If You Stay”. The band explains the message of the emotional track:
“When we first wrote ‘If You Stay’, the melody and song structure were written on piano, along with the first line,’Hey, If you stay, I won’t judge you, I won’t play.’ The rest of the lyrics were written a few years later when going through a tumultuous relationship. The main idea behind the song is witnessing self-destructive behaviour in someone you love, that ultimately affects the people they care about the most.”
NEW MUSIC: Kenneth – “Small Shorts, Big Man” (Punk/Garage Rock//London, ON)
Kenneth has been dominate their local punk scene with their brand of steal your lunch money, high screeching grunge rock. Now you can enjoy it in the comfort of your home with the debut 3-track single Small Shorts, Big Man.
NEW MUSIC: Lisa Prank – “Take It All” (Grunge/Fuzz Pop//Brooklyn, NY)
As we grow closer to the release of Robin Edward’s debut album we get the riffing pop ditty “Take it All”. The third single for Adult Teen, put out under the moniker Lisa Prank plays off upbeat, jaunty guitars and drums while the song itself acts as a kiss-off anthem. Listen below.
NEW MUSIC: Twist – “Soaked” (Surf/Fuzz Rock//Toronto, ON)
Check out the original song post here.