G.Smith – “Mona Lisa”

G.Smith Exits Through the Gift Shop on New Single “Mona Lisa” Originally appeared on Grimy Goods.  The remnants of a relationship will lay shattered until someone chooses to sweep it away or examine each shard for closure. Each one is a prism, refracting its history into distinct stories. On her new single, premiering on Grimy Goods today, G.Smith tries to make sense of a breakup, … Continue reading G.Smith – “Mona Lisa”

Joseph joins Liminal for a new version of “Pendulum Guess” Originally appeared on the 405, view archived article here.  The new EP from LA-via-London artist Liminal moves gracefully. Analysis Paralysis came out last month, marking the artist otherwise known as Tom Crouch’s debut multi-track release. It can feel cavernous as bubbles of synth and cooing guitars bounce against the walls, but his vocals draw you … Continue reading

Live Acoustic Video of Alexander Vincent’s “I Won’t” Blurs Genre Originally appeared on Grimy Goods.  As if the original wasn’t heart-wrenching enough, Alexander Vincent has re-imagined his debut single to incorporate brass and strings. “I Won’t” came out earlier this year and despite having released just the one track, fans will see his versatility via its new rendition. You can also catch Alexander Vincent perform live … Continue reading

Feel layers of ranging emotions on Kira May’s lush LP, Sense

Originally appeared on the 405, view archived article here.  Saying that Kira May’s new album is an experience sells it short. The Toronto-based artist first made a mark with her debut Health EP, which earned praise for its prominent use of looped vocals, able to create soaring soundscapes with some accompaniment on guitar and percussion. Her new record, due out this Friday, uses these techniques … Continue reading Feel layers of ranging emotions on Kira May’s lush LP, Sense