Quote Club: The Eagle Rock Gospel Singers

“Haunted is the second track we recorded for this Album, and unlike the other tracks, the instrumentation was recorded in just one live take.  The song also came together in the writing process very quickly too.  The song tries to explore the dark angst we feel when earthly companionship is either absent or fails to…

Quote Club: Desert Moons

“This track was originally an idea of Simon’s conceived in our home studio. We sent it back and forth to each other over a period of a week, until it became what you hear today. We had a lot of fun with this song. We tend to always produce our favourite works when we’re evenly…

FIVE: Au Dre

New playlist feature alert! **KLAXON** Every week we’ll ask an artist to provide four of their favourite tracks at the moment, and we’ll add in their newest release to head the playlist. The first instalment is from Australian alt-poppers Au Dre. The Melbourne based duo recently released ‘Gravity’ which is picking up a lot of heat,…

Anjulie – Dream Again

I’m a big believer in songwriters using their talents to say something important, to shift the political needle and engage otherwise apolitical fans. There’s been a resurgence in this kind of writing as of late, Anjulie’s ‘Dream Again’ is a prime example of impactful and thoughtful song-craft. “Last summer I started a conversation with my…

Bien – Stars Across The Sky

Bien are an indie-pop trio based in Nashville. The band began when founding members Jessie and Angela left a writing session with a batch of songs that they believed would work for themselves. These demos were brought to Tim Lauer, Angela’s husband, and renowned producer. Since then, they have been releasing catchy irreverent pop to…

Ben Provencial – Rose

After beginning his career as a finalist in Guitar Center’s Annual Singer-Songwriter Competition, Ben recorded and released his first EP in February of 2017, titled Love and Ghosts. ‘Rose’ is the standout track from the EP; with the Atlanta based singer-songwriter showing off his ability to craft a melody. “Rose is about a girl I…

Hajk – Hajk

After settling down briefly from the whirl of publicity that blessed the band in their early days, they took a short time to head into the studio and put together their self-titled debut album. Capturing the same energy that caught the attention of so many with their first singles, the band show themselves to be versatile and able to sound more thematically cohesive than most bands can muster on their debut.

Three Laws – Siren Song

Three Laws are gearing up for the release of their debut album, and are on course for producing a great record if their new single ‘Siren Song’ is anything to go by. It’s a powerful, rousing journey through the eyes of a lovelorn duo. The writing takes centre-stage, allowing the pair to show off the extent of their individual and combined talents.

The Pick Brothers Band – Blue

You didn’t know you wanted this sparkling, hard-hitting jam rock tune with beautiful harmonies and ample character until now. The Toronto three piece released a six song EP in October 2016 to great reception. Blue is among those six tracks, and now there’s a gorgeously shot music video to go along with it.

COLD WARPS – Sleepist

A dreamy, lovesick loner becomes enveloped in psychedelic fuzz and unstoppable drums in COLD WARPS’ latest release, Sleepist. Admitting the intention to dream of someone, given their consent of course, has never sounded so hazy and thrilling. As part of the second iteration of a compilation concocted by Raymond Biesinger and Drew Demers of Montreal…