Illuminated by sodium streetlamps, “Last Time” is a late-night confession and the modern, freely-flowing and brand-new single from Toronto’s Raffa Weyman, a.k.a. RALPH. You can find various streaming links for it right here. The track is taken from Fantasies & Flashbacks, her next EP, and she will release that on November 13th.
Toronto’s Tallies are set to start a European tour, and to celebrate they’ve unveiled a panoramic new video for their beautifully-saturated track “Midnight”. The tour begins in the Netherlands this Friday, September 6th, and you can learn about all of those dates right here. It’s also a good time to revisit their self-titled debut album, and you can buy it from the band’s Bandcamp page, Kanine Records, Hand Drawn Dracula Records or Fear Of Missing Out Records.
Firelit, its flickering light casts shadows that dance, dissolve and re-emerge in dreams. “Where Birds Fly” is the fluidly-moving and brand-new single from Toronto’s Rosemary Fairweather. It’s taken from her LP Heavenly — A Second Collection of Songs, which she releases on August 30th.
A sharp-angled waltz, “No Brakes” is the dynamically-tuneful, quietly-orchestral new single from Merival, the solo-musical project of Toronto’s Anna Horvath. The track is taken from Lesson, the LP she releases on June 21st. You can pre-order vinyl and digital versions of it right now from her Bandcamp page.
A galvanized gloss streamlines an important message on “Snake Tongue”, the burnished, relevant and tuneful new single from Toronto’s The Beaches. You can find streaming and download links for this track right here. The band have also just released the Fascination b/w Snake Tongue 7″, and you can buy that from their webstore.
Later this month Toronto’s Dana Gavanski releases her One By One b/w Do You? 7″, and you can hear its delicately-clarion A-side above. It will be released courtesy of Full Time Hobby from April 26th, and you can order it either from the label’s webstore or from her Bandcamp page now. Her debut full-length will follow later this year.
Together sound and vision are bright and lavish, thoughtful and smooth. “Can You Find Her Place” is the seamlessly-made, buoyantly-performed new single from Toronto’s Lydia Ainsworth, and Abby Ainsworth has directed its Botticelli-referencing new video. The track is taken from Phantom Forest, the album she releases on May 10th. You can pre-order vinyl, CD and digital versions of it from her Bandcamp page now.