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Published on May 7th, 2014 | by Larry Lootsteen

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More Music From The Inbox, 7 May 2014: Canadian Music Week Edition

In honour of the amazing list of talent, from Canada and abroad, performing at Canadian Music Week!

Artist: Little Dragon, “Let Go”

Album: Nabuma Rubberband

Little Dragon

I had to start here as I love this Swedish band, their sound, their courage and talent.  Wish I could get to their CMW show.

Sounds like:  A great mix of feelings

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Artist: Ellie Goulding, “Beating Heart”

Album: Divergent Soundtrack

Ellie Goulding

This English artist is a songwriter and plays multiple instruments

Sounds like:  The soul of the matter

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Artist: Swollen Members, “Juggernaut”   

Album: Beautiful Death Machine

Swollen Members

Incredible hip-hop group from Vancouver…

Sounds like:  Coming at ya, hard

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Artist: The High Dials, “Yestergraves”

Album: Yestergraves

The High Dials

Great, great alternative band out of Montreal

Sounds like:  Looking back and looking forward

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Artist: The 1975, “Is There Somebody Who Can Watch You”

Album: The 1975

The 1975

This indie band is based in England

Sounds like:  Love and obsession

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Artist: Travis Scott, “Upper Echelon”

Album: Owl Pharaoh

Travis Scott

Straight out of Houston and makes me want to hear more.

Sounds like:  Status wars

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Artist: Neko Case, “Man”

Album: The Worse Things Get The Harder I Fight.  The Harder I Fight The More I Love You

Neko Case

Aside from some sort of record for an insanely long album title, this former New Pornographers alumni brings it!

Sounds like:  Stating the case

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Artist: The Flatliners, “Resuscitation of the Year”

Album: Dead Language

The Flatliners

Fantastic punk group from the Toronto area.

Sounds like:  A well fought comeback

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Artist: Walk Off The Earth, “Speeches”  

Album: R.E.V.O.

Walk Off The Earth

If you haven’t heard of this Burlington, Ontario band, where ya been livin’?

Sounds like:  Lots of talk

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Artist: City and Colour, “Harder Than Stone”

Album: The Hurry and The Harm

City and Colour

Impossible to ignore this amazing singer/songwriter.

Sounds like:  The weight of expectation

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vs9J3gIV6KE




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