The eponymous sophomore full-length from southern Ontario’s Del Bel immediately invokes comparison to concepts like David Axelrod scoring a David Lynch film with Broadcast’s Trish Keenan on vocals.
Though still rough-necked and raunchy, the rapper extends his reach on his latest.
It’s been four years between albums for Icelandic indie-pop composer and singer Sóley Stefánsdóttir, but giving birth does tend to put a monkey wrench in your long-term plans.
Kendrick Lamar’s 2012 masterpiece made him one of the biggest names in rap, so it’s only natural that the follow-up finds him grappling with his newfound renown.
Without sounding too ghoulish, few songs seem as tailor-made to soundtrack a trip to the great beyond as Vancouver unit Flyin'.
As a guitarcheological artifact alone, Square Moon deserves five stars.
Demos rarely offer as much promise as local outfit Flowers & Fire’s first batch of recordings.
If that self-explanatory title hasn’t clued you in already, Tough Age Plays cub’s Hot Dog Day is a song-for-song redo.
Electric and acoustic bassist Wendy Atkinson bills her third solo effort as another “experimental” undertaking, and so it is.
When you call yourself Jerk in the Can, and then release a 7-inch vinyl EP where every song crashes to a close by the 2:20 mark, people are going to go in with preconceived notions.