Betty Who – All of You

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Aussie born singer-songwriter Betty Who is back with a brand new song and video. She rose to indie pop fame with her infectious hit Somebody Loves You. Her new song All of You is a tumultuous love song and the video is a perfect fun filled Thelma and Louise story.

This song is off her debut album Take Me When You Go and is available off iTunes now. If you ever get a chance to see Betty Who in concert you should make it a priority. This girl knows how to put on a show and have fun on stage. She is the kind of performer who appreciates the crowd and makes sure they know it.

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Throwback Thursday: TLC – Waterfalls

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Get ready to feel old…it’s been 20 years since TLC‘s Waterfalls. TLC are still the best selling American female group of all time. Waterfalls was probably their hit to cross music genre and was listened to fans of not just the R&B and Hip Hop genre. To this day this song is just as fresh as it was in 1995. Continue reading

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Years & Years – King

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It looks like 2015 might be a good year for London based trio Years & Years. They are still riding the hype of winning the prestigious title of BBC Music Sound of 2015 and they also just released a brand new video. Continue reading

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Giorgio Moroder & Kylie Minogue – Right Here, Right Now

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Giorgio Moroder continues his reign as dance music legend. He has teamed up with Aussie’s Queen of Pop Kylie Minogue for the infectious new hit Right Here, Right Now.

Moroder a four time Grammy winner is the man behind some of the biggest dance hits including Donna Summer’s I Feel Love(which to this day is still a crowd pleaser on any dance floor) and Flashdance’s iconic What a Feeling and the more somber Top Gun hit Take My Breath Away(admit it you sang that line instead of just reading it).  Continue reading

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Top Indie Bands Cover Big Hits

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Last week several of our favourite artist decided to treat their fans with some awesome covers. It is always interesting to hear covers, for one its interesting to see which artist/song they choose to cover and also to see how the artist decides to interpret the song for themselves(sometimes for better or worse). Luckily for fans of Tom Odell, Chvrches, and London Grammar this week it was all for the better.

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Fossil Collective – Half Light

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Fossil Collective which consist of some former members of Vib Gyor(including lead singer Dave Fendick), may have just released one of the best EPs of 2013(we’re a bit on late this one). The Water was released on iTunes October 28th and features the amazing track Half Light. 

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The C’mons – Better & Kind

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The C’mons’ have been creating buzz for over a year now and we had the pleasure of seeing them last year during Canadian Music Week(along with a ton of other times, Steamwhistle, Indie Week, NXNE etc). Each time they hit the stage they become something more and more astonishing. The chemistry between the band gets more and more infectious and lead singer Stephanie Bosch’s voice seems to resonate with more honest sincerity that hits you on the inside.

So after all this time, the EP that everyone has been waiting for was finally released February 3rd on iTunes and it was well worth the wait. Places is the kind of EP that any true pop/rock fan will want to listen to over and over again. Each track in its own right is almost a different genre than the previous track but still coherently The C’mons.

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