Actors – It Will Come To You

From Vancouver, Canada, Actors electrify with a modern take on post-punk. On debut full-length It Will Come to You, anthemic songs evoke the urgency of early-’80s U2 (Boy, October, War) as well as the driving, synth-drenched scores that emanated from that era’s movie screens. As scene authority put it, the band conjures “cinematic new-wave… that belongs on a Michael Mann soundtrack.”(Bucketlist Music Reviews)

Blake Pouliot & Hsin-I Huang – Ravel-Debussy: Sonatas

The young Canadian violinist Blake Pouliot, accompanied by the talented pianist Hsin-I Huang, presents Ravel-Debussy: Sonatas. This album, under the label Analekta, is composed of masterpieces of maturity and refinement of two major composers of the first half of the twentieth century: Maurice Ravel and Claude Debussy.(Arts et culture)

Ensign Broderick – Feast Of Panthers

Miesha & The Spanks – Girls Girls Girls

Calgary duo Miesha & The Spanks deliver the party in their newest record Girls Girls Girls, a pop-rock feast for the ears that never slows down once you hit the play button. (Beatroute)

Nap Eyes – I’m Bad Now

Since Nap Eyes’ 2014 debut album, there have been endless comparisons between the Halifax slacker-rock band and the Velvet Underground. And while singer-songwriter Nigel Chapman does have a lot of Lou Reed in that voice of his, the band’s new album should finally let Nap Eyes stand independently of any “sounds like” territory.(CBC Music)

Scenic Route To Alaska – Tough Luck

Scenic Route to Alaska know the measure of a good hook. Tough Luck is full of them: catchy riffs cascade across its runtime without relent, erupting out of rustic pop-stompers and rock sing-alongs with equal aplomb. The Edmonton trio have locked in on an unwavering approach on their fourth album, and it serves them well.(Exclaim!)

Three Days Grace – Outsider

Living in socially complex times, what makes us feel human? With so many platforms for people to spew opinions without a filter, what is real and what is feeding a machine of dissolution, hate, and over-reaction? Do you often feel like you want to break away from it all? Become…the outsider? Well, fortunately many of us are not alone in feeling exhausted and, at times, drowning in sensory overload. No, Three Days Grace can relate and with that they bring to the table their latest album, Outsider, due out Friday, March 9, 2018, through RCA Records.(

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