Inspired by early instrumental synthesizer music, Brock Geiger and Ian Jarvis are the collaborative duo, Étamine, creating immersive tracks that envelop listeners in a cinematic dream world. With their debut collection of music, lines blur between human and machine, between grounded and celestial, and between introspective-wandering and body clutching grooves. Continue Reading

JSJ (Joshua Säde James) is an emerging Canadian artist who incorporates self-worth and love within his music, with the message that “you are worthy, you are loved, and you are imperfectly you.” Just because you’re thinking about them does not mean they’re “Thinkin Bout U.” That’s what JSJ learned inContinue Reading

Toronto-based multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Shanti Abbott, also known as Puma June, evokes a hopeful sadness through her introspective songwriting. June has a dreamy yet rich, experimental chamber-pop style, with a sprinkle of R&B. She wrote “Lost Years” during her first year working as a registered nurse, which coincided with theContinue Reading

Toronto-based singer/songwriter and producer Lyle Kam channels sonic inspiration from artists like Lauv, Jeremy Zucker, and Charlie Puth. Now, he unveils a fresh batch of music featuring his trademark introspection about love, loss, and belonging.  Primarily self-produced, blurry eyed serves as a time capsule of when things in his lifeContinue Reading

Evolving from rock origins, The Lad Classic pull from the familiar and add their own flavour to create something deeper. Combining influences from soul to pop, gospel to funk, the trio recently completed their forthcoming debut EP with producer Dave Schiffman (The Strumbellas, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Audioslave, Adele, RageContinue Reading