Vancouver rapper Spotty Josif is back after his solid last project Found Footage 87 with quite the banger produced by horror.vacul and Matthew Harvey. We can’t wait to hear what he has in store for us in the coming months, stream or download below.
Hugh Henry aka HH released quite the bass heavy flip for Frank Ocean’s “Nights” from his latest album Blonde, stream or download below.
We just came across producer Baron Rose, having put out 5 tracks in the past 3 month we’re very intrigued by his mellow but playful electronic sound. We can definitely see his sound growing in the coming months, stream some of his latest below.
Following her rendition of Usher’s “Nice and Slow” local artist Hayleau releases her debut single “Banana” from her upcoming EP out this month. The track is a seductive R&B jam that’ll surely have you wanting to cuddle up with your boo during these coming winter nights. Stay tuned for quite the announcement coming next week, check out the track below!
About a half an hour before my interview with Edmonton indie pop singer-songwriter Calvin Love, I got a text. Calvin needed a hook up. (Later, he’d confide that this was his first time asking an interviewer for some assistance.)
Which song did Calvin write while on the toilet? How does he escape the everyday routine? Which Calvin Love song is a love story involving a robot? And most importantly: Did I hook Calvin up? You’ll have to listen to find out!
Tracks played on the show…
1) Calvin Love, Super Future (2015) “I Wanna Know” (mp3)
2) Calvin Love, Super Future (2015) “Automaton”
3) Calvin Love, Super Future (2015) “Daydream”
4) Calvin Love, New Radar (2012) “Treasure Hunters” (partial/background) (mp3)
5) Calvin Love, Super Future (2015) “Calls From Jupiter”
ALL songs CANCON
If you like full moons, free tarrot card readings and glow sticks you’re in for a treat. This Saturday NITE*MOVES is hosting a full moon party! RSVP for complimentary cover before 11:30pm at: firstname.lastname@example.org
New York based producer west1ne revives Ciara’s 2004 single “One Two Step” from her debut album Goodies, giving it a playful electronic remix. Stream below.
While “All In My Feelings” is Harlœ’s official solo debut, she’s no stranger to the music industry and it’s not surprising to learn she has writing credits with some of the biggest pop acts of today. She’s penned and self-produced what she calls a “confessional that’s perfect for turnt up sad-girls across the world” but this guy gives it his stamp of approval too. Check it out!
posted by @tristanorchard