It’s hard not to get swept up in the Ottawa group’s emancipatory joy.
“Wayfaring Traveler” proves that Harrold is an artist always pushing music forward, and we had better take note.
Warm synth lines, subtle percussion and a dream-like tempo form the backdrop to a story that is essentially about love misplaced and romantic dreams arrested.
The closest he’s come to a quad-core banger.
There’s something atavistic about Leland Sundries’ cerebral punk n’ roll approach
It carries an everyday authenticity that’s incredibly rare and inspiring to see.
Forte is visionary in his everydayness and wears his influences on his sleeve, but in his easygoing and fun nature he offers a thought-provoking new perspective to the rap game.
A dreamy captivating entry into the Stones Throw canon.
We’re all still holding out for the kind of fortnight-long swelter that Mahalia’s first official single ‘Sober’ seems destined to soundtrack.
An experiment in form and formlessness that presents ‘Afterglow’ in a totally new light.