Vancouver’s Noble Oak, aka Patrick Fiore, has shared a free stream of ‘Out There’ from his forthcoming sophomore album Collapsing Together, slated for release in August 2017, exact release date TBA.
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The band has also announced a live date at Murmrr Theatre in New York;
Gordon’s fifth solo effort was produced by Grammy Award-winning engineer Shawn Everett. He’s heading out on the road in support of the album;
10/10 – Omaha, NE @ Slowdown
Ottawa singer/songwriter Emma Lamontagne has shared a free stream of ‘I Don’t Sleep’.
Things are coming full circle for Lamontagne. She won Ottawa Bluesfest‘s 2106 “She’s The One” competition and she’s slated to play the event on July 14. He covers of The Neighbourhood’s ‘Sweater Weather’ and Shawn Mendes’ ‘Life of the Party’ brought her to the judges’ attention.
Since then, she’s started work on her own material with the Fourth Floor Production Team as well as Robyn Dell’Unto and Kevin O’Brien.
Even though she’s only 17-years old, she has an extensive background in music, receiving vocal and piano lessons as an army brat while her father was stationed in Germany as a member of the Canadian Armed Forces.
“I heard ‘Stay’ on the radio and was immediately inspired to put a Dreamhouse spin on it. It’s different than our usual stuff but it was a lot of fun and I hope our fans enjoy it,” vocalist Brianna Jackson said in a statement.
Catch Dreamhouse on the following dates;
7/24 Milwaukee, WI @ Warped Tour – Marcus Amphitheater
8/04 Houghton, MI @ Continental Fire Co
8/05 Cudahy, WI @ The Metal Grill
Muneshine had this to say about Du Tonc‘s remix of his track ‘Full Throttle’ in a statement; “Du Tonc’s ‘Darkness’ was a really big song for me. I came across it on Soundcloud when I was first starting to explore making music that wasn’t at least somewhat related to hip hop. I’ve always been a fan of disco, nu-disco and dance music in-general, but there was something special about that track that really grabbed me and continues to stick with me. When ‘Full Throttle’ was mixed and mastered and it came time to consider artists to remix it, Du Tonc was top-of-mind. They found a way to maintain some of it’s original energy, but really shot it deep into outer space as well. I’m so grateful they were down to work together with us on this project, they crushed it!”
“‘Powerlines’ is a song about my experiences writing the first Low album, Shakespeare My Butt. I had recently broken up with a long time partner and moved into a punk rock squat with some crazy characters I called friends. Every day I walked through the city with a notebook and drank in bars and went to galleries and shows and hung out in my little bohemian circle of anarchists, punks and poets. I became the protagonist in the movie of my life and the city was a cinematic sidekick and factored into the lyrics like a companion,” frontman Ron Hawkins said in a statement.
The vid is a collaboration with photographer Tom Ryaboi, a pioneer in the art of roof topping. The video reflects Hawkins’ changing relationship with his hometown of Toronto over the years.
Catch Lowest of the Low on the following dates;
Oct. 05-06 – Vancouver, BC – The Commodore Ballroom (w/ 54-40)
Oct. 28 – Hamilton, ON – Collective Arts Brewery @ Guitars Strings And Kidney Things
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