It’s extremely rare for a band’s songwriting and arrangements to be this tight on arrival.
Toronto proggy indie pop geniuses get more electronic than ever before on their fantastic third EP.
Calgary pop experimenter’s deeply impressive EP from the summer plays even better in winter.
Jay Arner and Jessica Delisle forge a psychedelic synth-pop duo, put out a killer debut on Mint Records.
Toronto subterraneans deliver big-time with their Deth Records debut. Cold, dark, evil, check.
Strange and submerged pop from Halifax. Or stray intergalactic broadcasts.
The Minneapolis->Montreal->NYC producer and cacophonous art-pop prodigy comes into her own.
Tightly constructed, catchy-as-hell indie pop – the Toronto duo’s finest hour thus far.
Subtle, classic-sounding soft-pop heroics from the Toronto/Victoria crew on their second brilliant EP.
The dark electronic pop superstars release their most experimental record to date. One pop song, four avant-garde explorations.