Righteous Woman by For Esmé

“Righteous Woman,  is a feminist awakening and excavation of the voices within”


In honor of International Women’s Day I wanted to feature the inspiring and extremely talented artist For Esmé. Her new single Doubtmouth from her forthcoming LP Righteous Woman  is a powerful and compelling listen.

The song itself is just a Synthpop peach! Doubtmouth’s vibrating arpeggiater is delightfully synthwave and, like a message in a bottle, it carrys within these very powerful words. Continue reading

New video – Make Circles from synth-pop group CROATIA


CROATIA – a synth-pop group from Victoria, British Columbia share their video for their new single, Make Circles. Taking heavy influence from the revolutionary sounds of 80’s era pop and electronic groups, they create at times a darker – alternative to conventional pop music.

It is the first track off their forthcoming EP Half Dreams set to be released this spring. Continue reading

MOR Release New Song and Video


Weather  is a song that whisks you to a better frame of mind like a postcard from the best summer of your life”

Indie Synth-Pop artist MOR is the brand new creative vessel from Toronto resident Amy Morris.  Formerly of local Quintet Cornado, Morris has branched out on her own creating a wonderful brand of feel-good music that sounds like it was conceived in a golden hammock, swinging on warm island air at the edge of a lagoon. Continue reading

Oh Geronimo release video for No More Stones

Oh Geronimo have released a video for their single No More Stones from their upcoming album The Sled. In describing the song, the Burlington band say that it is “about interpersonal strain. A relationship, whether it’s romantic or platonic, is an ongoing compromise that can get pretty messy when you toss both parties’ aspirations, promises and expectations into the mix. Continue reading