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2016 was great for growth from several artists that we mentioned on last year’s list with most either gaining a demographic outside of Canada or preparing their next major release. With that in mind we’ll be highlighting new artists we haven’t covered that are new or re-branding themselves, check it out below!
We caught on late into the year for bbno$ aka Alexander Gumuchian’ flamboyant underground trap tracks that get several thousand plays with a growing fan base but better late than never. There’s a sense of humour that tags along with it all but its undeniable that he’s made some catchy bangers, yuh… dat way.
It’s been a steady pace of releases from Rapper DaamCP consistently handing out Trap influenced tracks with the content only getting more raw and intriguing. We’re sure people will be catching on and seeing him open for acts soon enough.
There are a lot of electronic acts coming out of Vancouver but duo Diana Boss aka Sam Steele and Josh McRae have definitely honed the playful house they’ve been putting out for the last year. Their latest EP West Coast out on Groundwerk gives you a taste of their potential and where they can take it.
Musician Christopher Smith started Dralms in search of something different and in 2015 they released their debut LP Shook which blended Alternative Rock with electronic undertones resulting in a beautifully unique 10-track project. We’re hoping to hear new material from them this year.
One of the most underrated rappers to have come out in 2016 is ESES, he was steadily releasing music through out the year ranging from Trap, R&B to Dancehall. We first heard of him through his Withinroots feature but his solo material assures us his diverse presence.
We were waiting for music from them since 2012 and in 2016 they suddenly released their debut LP Breaking (King Deluxe) consisting of all the smooth elements we wanted from Evy Jane’s vocals and Jeremiah Klein’s production which perfectly compliment each other. We hope they don’t take a long break again and continue to release in 2017.
Violinist/singer Hannah Epperson has made waves after her performance award from Peak back in 2013, since then she’s gone onto lend her talents to several collaborative projects based in New York. Her lushes debut album UPSWEEP carries a unique screenplay through out which is supported by Electronic Pop to more down-tempo vibes.
Coming from an acting background Hayleau aka Hayley Law had been quietly working on her debut solo project for most of last year. Hayley eventually opened for Bibi Bourelly this past year followed by releasing her debut self titled EP which included 6 seducing tracks. If you haven’t heard of Hayleau yet we highly suggest catching up because we see big things for her in the new year.
Persistence is key especially in a time where art can get filtered through so quickly, that’s why Immerze continues to impress with every release growing his sound and style. His latest single “Ying Ying” and music video for “2 Cents/Black Bond” stand out from his previous work and gives us a glimpse into what he has coming from his next project My Momma Knows I’m Trappin EP out February.
With only 5 tracks released this past year R&B act Jay Branks caught our attention with “Ain’t Playin'” and “4 The Love” which really demonstrated his vocal range and bumpin’ production. His latest single “For You” which came along with visuals is the perfect way to start off the new year. We hope to see a debut project from him, check out the music video below.
Vancity’s nicest is well known and is definitely not a new comer but is setting up quite the release following up his Sneakers & Video Games mixtapes from back in 2010-2012. The up coming project titled Bonus will surely remind everyone that JayKin is not to be forgotten or shoved aside, we can’t wait to hear it.
Quickly rising electronic producer Juelz made some waves in 2016, putting out his debut EP on Flow-Fi got him some traction but his continuous releases were really heavy, complex and literally unavoidable. Accompanied by his collaborations with Falcons, Andrew Luce and being featured on Anna Lunoe’s Hyper House on Beats1 it’s easy to say people are paying attention to the kid.
Originally coming from an Opera and classical background 19 year old singer Matthew V released his debut 7-track album Sounds infusing his previous knowledge with a modern Pop/R&B style. We hope to hear more from this young act.
Trio band Mother Upduff have been at it for quite some time having released three EP’s last year with their latest The Decay blending all the musicians tastes into a soulful psychedelic lo fi rock project. With the now established members we hope to hear a more full body project this new year.
We had a feeling ninetyfour aka Tevin Douglas would be end up on this list once he released his debut project It’s Yours: a bass heavy Rap/R&B album. He has stayed consistent with material including several music videos and his two latest, we’re excited to see where he takes it from here.
From working with Brevner to his contribution to Kai Sky Walker’s work Stevie Ross has finally released his debut album Something In Wonderland and it’s neo-soul/indie vibes will keep you warm this winter. With this project being in the vault for 5 years and still sounding relevant today is a statement in itself.
Coming from a DJ background Tails started to produce his own remixes that ranged from Trap, R&B to Boom-bap with most of it gaining over 100k plays on Soundcloud. After linking up with music collective Film Noir he collaborated with several producers including Alexander Lewis, Maximus MMC and graves. which really gained the proper attention. It’s been awhile since he’s put something out so we’re sure this year he’ll be unleashing some crazy stuff.
Singer Willa definitely polished her sound in 2016 releasing two heavy singles that carried a more darker undertone to her approach on Pop. Gaining over 1.9 million plays on Spotify is a solid statement for her work.
R&B act Withinroots released an exquisite debut 6-track EP titled Two Years Back ranging from Soul, down-tempo and flat out smooth R&B. Eventually an exquisite music video was released for “Clouds” followed by “Strėėts” and “Chåkra” giving us a great taste for what’s to come.
Indie Pop band Youngblood released their first single titled “Feel Alright” last year which was a dreamy introduction to a group that had surely caught our attention. In September they released their debut EP by the same name consisting of 5 catchy Pop songs that had us wanting more.
R&B duo Evy Jane released their first soulful single “Lights” from their upcoming debut full-length album Breaking out October 21st on King Deluxe Records, stream below or pre-order here.
It seems like there’s a growing trend in music, that being the less you know about the artist the better their music is. So is the case with R/B sensation the Weeknd and lesser known New York act MS MR. Moreover, for the past year Manchester’s Holy Other has taken the WWW by storm with his spooky, almost goth-like productions. His 2011 EP With U was described by Ventvox as “one of the best things to come out of the downtempo field in years.”
The fact-shy artist released his debut LP late last month and it’s left his growing fanbase wanting more. Much like With U, Held is meant for the confines of your bedroom, where you can reflect upon your hate for douche bags, carbs, and broken hearts. With that being said, you don’t have to be obnoxiously emo to enjoy Holy Other’s music.
On October 6, Holy Other will be bringing his infamous stage antics to Vancouver, as he’ll be hitting up Fortune Sound Club for an early show with Winnie favs Cyril Hahn and Evy Jane. And yes, there will be smoke machines. Advanced tickets are $12.00 and you can purchase them online or at Highlife, Dipt, Red Cat and Beatstreet.
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The New Forms Festival (NFF) is on this week. New Forms is an electronic music festival that showcases local and international talent. Here’s your chance to catch some new media art, music, film, technology based installation and performance. The festival boasts an impressive lineup this year. And I can’t wait to see what they have cooked up.
In anticipation fo the event, I chat with Malcolm Levy, NFF Director, Michael Red, one half of electronic act Chambers (and NFF Curator), and local electronic music act (and NFF performer) Evy Jane about all things New Forms. Take a listen! See you at NFF!
Evy Jane “Sayso” Fans keep telling Evy and Jeremiah (Evy Jane) that they make love to this track. So find someone and give it a listen.
Michael Red “St. Lucy” Chambers do a dubbier version of this track live. Michael asked that I post a Soundcloud link.
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This Thursday, TLC & The Biltmore Cabaret present: Evy Jane & Kuhrye-oo with The Tropical Love Connection djs!
If you’ve heard of Pitchfork then your most likely familiar with Evy Jane who was recently awarded “Best New Track”, on the popular music blog. Alongside is electronic producer Calvin McElroy (former Born Gold member) aka Kuhrye-oo, his juke and dance inspired music has caught the attention of Grimes who directed the video his single For The Fame II.
WET SUMMER – BONDAX
IT TAKES A MUSCLE – M.I.A.
TOUCHING TRANSFORM (CRAXXXMURF MB C200 REMIX) – PICTUREPLANE
SOFTKISS (HYETAL REMIX) – LEMONADE
MARAE (FUNERALS REMIX) – FUNERALS
STAY CLOSE (RAC REMIX) – DELOREAN
A SOUR DRINK FROM THE OCEAN – LOCKAH
NEED U – UNICORN KID
DEUCES (NGUZUNGUZU REMIX) – CIARA
PENIS POWER (UZ X LOL GURLZ REMIX) – 5KIN&BONE5 W/ ROBERT JEFFERY
GIVE IN (FOR THE FAME) – KUHRYE-OO
EFX FT. KELELA – TEENGIRL FANTASY