The Belle Game

SOTD: Belle Game – Bring Me

Vancouver’s very own Belle Game is back, and they’re sounding bigger and better than ever.

The band continues to build on the dark pop soundscapes that were introduced in their debut album Ritual Tradition Habit back in 2013. Their latest track “Bring Me” weaves in subsonic rhythms with a crescendo of vocals by Andrea Lo. The band’s sophomore effort, Fear Nothing, was released today through Arts & Crafts.

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SOTD: Seaborne – Night Waves

Seaborne is a new electronic duo from Vancouver comprising of Maryse Bernard and Solomon Krause-Imlach. The duo recently released their debut single “Night Waves” from their upcoming EP, Lustre.

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SOTD: BESTiE – Bubble Bath

BESTiE has released the perfect late summer jam with their latest single, “Bubble Bath”.

The track is as bubbly and fun as you can imagine, complete with appropriate sound effects. Produced by Shawn Cole (Said The Whale, Bend Sinister), “Bubble Bath” features BESTiE’s signature tropical-pop feel. The band will be playing a hometown show at The Astoria this Saturday August 29th.

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SOTD: Speed Control – This Time

Speed Control have kept their status of hardest working band from the Yukon alive this summer, as they have been busy touring and running their RAWK camps as they travel across Canada.

Speed Control will be finishing their tour in Vancouver, playing two shows at The Railway Club on August 29th and 30th.

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SOTD: Derrival – Canvas

Derrival is gearing up to release a new EP, Departure & Arrival, on August 21st. Following the release, the band will hit the road for a series of Western Canadian tour dates beginning August 29th in Kelowna. The band will play a hometown show in Vancouver on September 25th at Venue.

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SOTD: Erik Hassle – No Words

It’s no doubt that Erik Hassle has smooth vocals, but did you know he’s also a smooth dancer… in the kitchen?

His latest single, “No Words”, is an electro-pop track with a touch of funk. Hassle himself demonstrates the up-tempo nature of the song in the music video, showing off his best MJ-inspired moves. The song was inspired by a case of unrequited love, and the conflicting feelings of hope and despair.

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