A little while back, I gave you an update on Toronto indie-electronic band Nightbox with a new video for “Burning” and news of their second EP The Panic Sequence. Today, we get a listen to a new track off the five-track EP called “In The Rural”. The Panic Sequence is set to be released on April 22nd and features production work by the band and Al-P of MSTRKRFT.
TO/NYC fans, check the band out at their release shows at The Drake on April 24 and Baby’s All Right in Brooklyn on April 29.
If ever you needed a reason to walk down a corridor, a street or even your kitchen, with gusto- this song may be the cause. You may even find one hand pounding your chest and the other up in a triumphant “Rocky” fist. It’s richly righteous and anthemic and sits comfortably next to last year’s GTA “Old Love/New Love“.
In what could best be described as an epic Westside Story meets Rumble Fish tale, take a look at the video for the latest Sebastien Grainger single, “The Streets are Still A Mess.” The music video meets film was shot over three days in Glendale & downtown LA and is a whirlwind of dance-offs and pompadours. Conceptualized by up-and-coming director Eva Michon who pulled her inspiration from the likes of gang lore films like Warriors, song and dance staples like Beat It and the post-war German “Rebel Youth” photography of Karlheinz Weinberger.
Have you heard the latest track from Sylvan Esso? The Line Of Best Fit premiered a new track from the duo made up of Mountain Man’s Amelia Meath and Megafaun’s Nick Sanborn, from their upcoming self-titled album out next month (via Partisan Records).
I must just warn you, something will happen to you at the 3:40 of this track. It’s a moment that transcends, almost as if it sounds like the slower dulled-down opening sequence of “One Big Holiday” by My Morning Jacket. Get your fingers dirty by nibbling on some Prawns will ya?
Not entirely sure how we managed to miss this track, considering our penchant for being blatantly obsessed with music coming out of Australia. This song is a cliche for feelings, as in, it gives you many of them, consecutively, without hesitation right until the end. Well that isn’t entirely true either because the smooth guitar pick still lingers for a while afterwards. All we really want at the end of the day is for you to feel?