AHI – In Our Time

The music of AHI — a Brampton, ON-born singer-songwriter who splits his time between Toronto and Nashville — shines with positivity. The optimism of his debut, We Made It Through the Wreckage, even caught the attention of NPR’s Bob Boilen, who invited AHI to play a Tiny Desk Concert.(Exclaim!)

Chastity – Death Lust

As both his choice of band name and album title indicate, Brandon Williams paints in contrasts with severe strokes. Death Lust is the next logical step in Chastity’s succession of early releases, from the Tape cassette in 2015 on to the “Peroxide” 7″ and Chains EP; the debut full-length statement of intent.(PopMatters)

Cowboy Junkies – All That Reckoning

Listening to the Cowboy Junkies’ new album, All That Reckoning, there’s an impulse to say that the record sounds like the past 30 years never happened for the band. Like most glib observations, this isn’t necessarily inaccurate, but it is insufficient. While the group has in many ways been a model of consistency, it would be a mistake to assume that a steady musical approach reflects a lack of imagination rather than a profound confidence in their identity.(We Are Cult)

Cursed Arrows – Rebirth

Toronto’s Cursed Arrows is a duo made up of Ryan Stanley & Jack E. Stanley. They have released a video for their new single, “Jumpers”, which is a Sleater-Kinney cover. You can check it out below, and find out more about the duo in our newest segment of Five Questions With.(Canadian Beats)