Tag: Toronto
image for Electronic Pop from Toronto Delivers a Moment of Introspection. - REST ACRES: On My Mind
Posted by Krister Axel
Puts us front-and-center in the emotional confrontation between our weaker self and the part of us that knows better than to settle for less than we deserve.
image for Award Winning Roots Pop from Toronto. - Donovan Woods: Clean Slate
Posted by Krister Axel
A wistful roots-pop track that captures the early optimism of newfound love, and the innocent hope that things could be different this time around.
image for Social Commentary Disguised as Smooth Hip Hop from Toronto. - King Bliss: Chalice
Posted by Krister Axel
Documents a harsh day-to-day reality, and the instinct that is necessary to survive in a world of systemic injustice and double standards.
image for Poignant Folk Pop from Toronto’s Regent Park. - Mustafa: Stay Alive
Posted by Krister Axel
Modern life was not meant to be a never-ending fight for survival. Yet, here we are.
image for Groundbreaking Indie Folk from Toronto. - Abigail Lapell: Down By The Water (Music Video)
Posted by Krister Axel
Alongside an enduring reverence for the sound of Appalachian folk music, Abigail Lapell lays out a truly unique blueprint for modern folk-inspired pop music.
image for Wistful Hip Hop from Toronto for Fans of Eminem. - Max Wassen: Growing Pains
Posted by Krister Axel
A poetic flow about the fleeting innocence of youth, along with a reminder that we all need time to slow down and appreciate the moments that don't come back.
image for Fiery Electro Pop from Toronto Embraces Female Empowerment. - LU KALA: Body Knew
Posted by Krister Axel
Redefining what it means to be a pop star, one infectious track at a time.
image for Ebullient Dance Pop from Toronto. - Crash Adams: Ooh! (Music Video)
Posted by Krister Axel
This ebullient and primal intoxication goes down fast with big bass, disco harmonies, and all the awesome dance moves you'll ever need. Just watch.
image for Smoky Electro Pop from Toronto FFO Banks. - KYŁO: Tell You
Posted by Krister Axel
An unsettling view of a love that has already closed down, and a musical search for salvation from the tepid haze of indecision.