A beat-heavy collection of international sounds, this band is literally all over the place in a boundary-pushing mix of afrobeat, bhangra, hip-hop, jazz and other genres.
If you think a song about car repairs can’t touch your heart, you’ve never heard Buck Meek. A unique voice and an easy country rock feel.
A sound you could classify as ethereal, alien, or both. Ancient gregorian harmonies collide with Middle Eastern time signatures for something truly unique. Features DCD’s Lisa Gerrard
Aggressive metal-reggae-funk, which is not something I generally like, but this one has some sort of undermined charm to it.
Johnny Marr, who provided his distinctive liquid guitar sound to the Smiths and many others, returns with a solo album that shows not much has changed.
This southern gothic staple returns, with a bit less reverb but just as much agony and attitude.
Hooks as sharp as diamonds, girl/boy vocal harmonies, jangling guitars… what else do you need to play this summer?
Bold effort from this young musician, this set of introspective songs shows great skill and promise.
Some very young Canadians show plenty of promos with this pleasantly bratty set of indie guitar rock.