Here is a wonderful, sprawling, nine-minute song from Cabaal that never overstays its welcome. Featuring some guest vocals by Romanian Ada Kaleh, a fellow Red Bull Music Academy alumni.
Cabaal will be performing at the next Silent Shout in Montreal on November 8 at Kathy & Kimy.
Ottawa native Chris Bush blew us away with his amazingly titled single “The oceans rust and then Maple Leaf Top Dogs go on sale at Loblaws” and we’re totally into this weird dance jam he just released.
Last time we saw Math Rosen live, he did an improvised set with a reel-to-reel tape looper. It was a fascinating process to watch, and now we’re thrilled to see that he has integrated that into his remix work. We have a deep love of all things Cabaal here, and seeing his stuff redone like this works wonders on our aural palate.
Oh my, Ottawa electric pow-wow progenitors’ A Tribe Called Red‘s new album. Been waiting for this one!
We don’t usually post a lot of rap on the blog, but A Tribe Called Red really holds it down on the production front, and with the addition of Das Racist in the mix, I couldn’t resist. Grab the free download while it lasts.
Ottawa’s Common Citizens have waded into the increasingly dense crowd of Canadian musicians doing the EBM thing with their new track Strength In Numbers. Dark, minimal, and propulsive, its a step in an interesting direction. We’re excited to see what they do next.