“DAPPER ft. Anderson .Paak”
RIYL: Odd Futures, Mac Miller, Kendrick Lamar
Having released three mixtapes and having plenty of guest spots on other rappers’ albums, Odd Future’s member, Domo Genesis, will be dropping his debut solo album, “Genesis”. The first single off of it, “DAPPER”, is a relaxed and cool track that any alt hip-hop fan will love.
The Foreign Films
“Falling Like a Star”
RIYL: The Beatles, Pink Floyd, The Beach Boys
Hamilton musician, Bill Majoros, is an ambitious guy, his project the Foreign Films has been recording a triple LP which will be released in September. In the meantime they’ve been releasing it side by side, this track is off the freshly released 4th Side explores the golden age of art-rock, and soul, and combines it with Majoros’ own psych-pop sound.
New York Tourists
RIYL: Queens of the Stone Age, Foals, Mobile
Following a successful Kickstarter campaign and lots of buzz, British band, New York Tourists, were able to record their debut album “You + Me”, which will be out April 8th. The lead single “Call” is a solid alt-rock track, with all the cool riff-rock sound of Queens of the Stone Age, coupled with some indie-rock flair.
The Pack A.D.
RIYL: The White Stripes, The Black Keys, The Kills, Fu Manchu
In celebration of getting signed to Canadian label, Cadence Music, Vancouver power-duo, the Pack A.D., dropped this blazing single, “So What”, and announced a cross-Canada tour. The single is a pulse-pounding dose of fuzzy garage rock and apathy that indie-rock and stoner-rock fans alike will love.
RIYL: The Black Lips, FIDLAR, Queens of the Stone Age
Toronto’s own, Hooded Fang, dropped the third single, “Impressions” from their new album, “Venus on Edge”, which is due out on May 13th on Daps Records. The new single is a frantic, reverb soaked track that’ll make you think of running around the city in a panic. In the best possible way, of course.