Born Ruffians -"Forget Me" (Paper Bag Records): These Toronto indie rockers have just revealed Feb. 16 as the release date for their next full-length album, Uncle, Duke & The Chief. The group's new single, "Forget Me" was written by singer/lyricist Luke Lalonde on the day David Bowie died, and it addresses the theme of mortality. In a label press release, Lalonde explains that “It’s about how the light is something that you should embrace and feel okay going towards it.
White men have not only found ways to shape and dominate the music industry but also immediately began to create narratives of women's place in it – Jordannah Elizabeth, LA Weekly His musical journey has taken him to the tip of avant-garde in his quest for new rhythms and beats, far from the commercial mainstream – Joel Rubinoff, Waterloo Region Record “There are people that hear it once and think: never again!” admits avant-garde guru Evan Parker – Noah Payne-Frank, The Guardian And for...
It is an excellent week of new releases for lovers of classic soul. The posthumous final album of the great Sharon Jones leads off our list, and, by coincidence, one of her peers, Mavis Staples, also delivers a new record. Other big names on the list include Bob Seger, Tame Impala, Morrissey, and Tove Lo. A strong Canadian contingent includes Barenaked Ladies, Florence K, Maestro Fresh Wes and Kevin Breit. Happy listening.
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Selecting a term
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