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New Music From The Inbox: The Dead Ships, Bad Girls, MUNROE, LYON, Quigley

By: Juliette Jagger

Artist: The Dead Ships “Canyon”
Album: EP I
“Canyon” is one of the latest tunes from LA based The Dead Ship –– gotta love a band who understands peaks and falls.

Catch The Dead Ships @ Lee’s Palace alongside King Tuff and Twin Peaks on May 7 during this year’s Canadian Music Week. Other dates include: May 8 @ Bovine Sex Club, May 9 @ Cameron House, May 9 @ Cherry Cola’s Rock ‘N’ Roll Cabaret.


Artist: Bad Girls “Try”
As cool as The Strokes once were.

Catch Bad Girls @ Sneaky Dee’s alongside The OBGMS on May 7 and @ Hard Luck Bar on May 8 alongside King Tuff during this year’s Canadian Music Week.


Artist: MUNROE “Summer”
Summer EP
Opting for stripped down songs, cascading drum rolls, and wistful vocal hooks over layered complexities, Munroe displays an incredible amount of poise and restraint on her debut EP due out via Hidden Pony on May 12.



Artist: LYON “Cut Me Loose”
Album: Single
Toronto indie pop songstress LYON has returned with a brand new single titled “Cut Me Loose”. Accompanied by a video, which was filmed during the heart of the unforgiving Canadian winter, the song speaks of letting go, striking out on ones own and finally hitting your stride.

Catch LYON @ Mod Club for the Indie88 presentation of Brave Shores, For Esme, MIDDAY Swim and Diamond Bones on May 8 during this year’s Canadian Music Week.



Artist: Quigley “Lost Again”
Album: Initium

Drawing comparisons to FKA Twigs, Kate Bush, and even Prince, LA based artist Quigley is completely enchanting –– a curious case and a total musical gem.




Juliette Jagger

Juliette Jagger is a Canadian music journalist. She is on Twitter @juliettejagger.

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