Parlour Tricks, “Need Somebody”
RIYL: Shimmering, electronica influenced indie-pop with strong female vocalists.
With NYC based indie-pop trio, Parlour Tricks, getting ready to drop their new EP, “BODIES”, they released this new single “Need Somebody”. The new single which breaks away from the band’s typical political and feminist influenced lyrics and instead focuses on the fragility of life in the wake of frontwoman, Lily Cato’s father’s passing.
Bloodhounds On My Trail, “Over the Wall”
RIYL: Moody, atmospheric shoegaze
Having received a number of accolades for their single “Over the Wall”, this Melbourne based 4-piece is getting set to release their new EP, “Haunted Isles”, on November 18th. The dark-atmospheric track tells the tale of a prisoner trying to escape.
BBQ, “Now You’re Gone”
RIYL: Jangly, punk-y garage rock
The energetic Montreal based musician, Mark Sultan, is getting set to release a new LP under his BBQ moniker. The new LP, entitled “Mark Sultan”, features Sultan returning to his one-man band format by singing, playing guitar and playing drums with his feet.
no terrain, “So Slow”
RIYL: Electronic sounding new wave
During a stunt show world tour, Toronto indie artist, Aiden Koper began writing the self-titled EP under the name no terrain. Having recorded with Leon Taheny, the producer behind fellow Toronto groups, Dilly Dally and Weaves, the EP is set to be release November 18th.
The Dustaphonics, “Johnny & Bo”
RIYL: Jangly, R&B influenced surf rock
This London, UK, based band are getting set to release their fourth album, “Johnny & Bo”, on November 11th. Check out the fast-paced and energetic title track which is a fitting tribute to rock legends, Johnny Ramone and Bo Diddley.