New Music From The Inbox: The Coppertone, Little Earthquake, Muteboy, Thus Owls, Old Man Canyon

By: Juliette Jagger

Artist: The Coppertone “Woman to Woman”
Album: The Bakery
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Sultry and thumpin’, hearty and wailin’, The Coppertone is back at it and this one’s pure rock n’ roll goodness.

Sounds like: “Take it or leave it / I’m hanging my bones / I’m feeling your weakness / Sticks and your stones / There’s a good reason your alone.”

Link/Listen/Watch: [soundcloud params=”auto_play=true&show_comments=true&color=0ac4ff”]https://soundcloud.com/thecoppertonemusic/womantowoman?in=thecoppertonemusic/sets/the-bakery[/soundcloud]


Artist: Little Earthquake “Brightside”
Album:
Brightside
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Quirky, breezy indie pop from down under.

Sounds like: “The line is short where the dreamers are.”

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Artist: Muteboy “Sunny Day”
Album:
Dreamlife
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Brimming with Eastern influence and completely ethereal.

Sounds like: “Oh, sunny day / Oh pretty day / I wish my fears would float away.”

Link/Listen/Watch: Stream HERE!

Artist: Thus Owls “As Long As We Try a Little”
Album:
Turning Rocks
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A sonic experiment in tone and colour, this one from Montreal husband and wife duo Thus Owls, is as striking as it is curious.

Sounds like: “Head over heals stopped by grave misfortune / Head over heals, flying.”

Link/Listen/Watch: Stream HERE!

Artist: Old Man Canyon “Wiser”
Album:
Phantoms & Friends
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West coast folk with a certain soaring sense of freedom.

Sounds like: “When I’ve come to the places I’m going, I will know yours ways.”

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Juliette Jagger

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

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