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Tallies - Toronto's Hottest Garage Pop, New Single "Mother"

This garage-pop group from Toronto have been on an absolute roll lately. Tallies have recently signed with Kanine Records, toured the USA and now announced the upcoming release of their self-titled debut album. They released a video for their latest single “Mother”. This track is very catchy with its reverby surf inspired guitar along with singer Sarah Cogan’s dreamy vocals and melodies. The new album will be released on January 11th. Stay tuned for release party details… - Kris Gies

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Not to miss: DOV's queer expressionism explodes on debut "Save (ft. TESHA)"

Tel Aviv-by-way-of Brooklyn electro-pop artist DOV brought pride in one’s identity to the forefront of his debut single,“Save.” “‘Save’ is about being gay, being queer - it’s a spiritual movement about releasing yourself from your past,” DOV says regarding the track, the first from his forthcoming EP Be Your Lover, out next year. Channeling his experiences as a queer man into explorative and defiantly different electronica, DOV produces a self-assured explosion of textures both synthetic and acoustic that is as original as enjoyable. The track employs tactile, plucky guitar parts against syncopated percussion and brooding keys, creating a layered, expressive sound that is simultaneously bright and dark, with TESHA’s vocal performance adding a layer of discordant pop to the mix. DOV’s strengths certainly lie in his willingness to take risks as a producer and multi-instrumentalist - here’s hoping his EP debut follows the same unique recipe.

Stream "Save ft. TESHA" below. -Connor Beckett McInerney (@b_ck_tt)

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Sophia Boro releases single "I Figure Now"; plays Two Old Hippies 12.05

Those who have worked in the music industry often have an idea of what works; singer-songwriter and industry expat Sophia Boro is no exception. On her latest single "I Figure Now", she blends influences from her southern roots, her Suzuki violin training, and her California-born soul to create a track that has all the makings of a pop hit. The song -- which includes Boro's harmonized voice and a touch of glockenspiel -- stands as a preview of what's to come on Boro's upcoming EP, which she's busy perfecting. She'll perform live at Two Old Hippies on December 5th; you can hear her set then. Listen to "I Figure Now" by clicking below. - Will Sisskind

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Wyland shares “Nowhere Now” + announces tour and new EP

New Jersey band Wyland offers an heartfelt blend of melodic rock and folk rock, and they have big plans for the upcoming months. They just unveiled single "Nowhere Now" (streaming) from their upcoming EP to be released in early 2019, and also announced a supporting tour with Universal Canada artist Valley. Our local readers will be able to see them at the Asbury Park Brewery on 12.08 and at Rough Trade on 12.15.

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Spazz Cardigan releases single "DOIDOIT"; plays 12.02 at Basement East with Smallpools

Chaz McKinney has had a big year releasing music as Spazz Cardigan, the electro-pop songwriting vehicle which has put out four Spotify New Music Friday featured singles in 2018 alone. The most recent of those singles is "DOIDOIT", an introspective pop jam smacking of Mark Ronson's work. More upbeat than some of his other singles to come out this year, McKinney's "DOIDOIT" asks the question of "Why do we do the things that we do?" in many ways, such as: "Did I see it in a movie? Do I do it just because?" This electric track will be among the many McKinney plays at The Basement East as an opening act for Smallpools, who are releasing their EP So Social at the gig. That show will take place on December 2nd, and it's sure to be a big one. Catch Spazz Cardigan live then; until then, take a listen to "DOIDOIT" below. - Will Sisskind

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