New Music From The Inbox: Waterbodies, Meligrove Band, Swaying Wires, Dinner Belles, CASH + DAVID

By: Juliette Jagger

Artist: Waterbodies “Beater”
Album: What The French Call “Les Incompétents” EP
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“Beater” is proof that St. Catharines based Waterbodies are a grimy and infectious little force to be reckoned with.

Link/Listen/Watch:
[soundcloud params=”auto_play=true&show_comments=true&color=0ac4ff”]https://soundcloud.com/waterbodies/beater[/soundcloud]

 

Artist: Meligrove Band “Don’t” Wana Say Goodbye”
Album:
Bones of Things

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Full of rolling bass lines, jangly guitars and pounding drumbeats “Don’t Wana Say Goodbye” is the latest off of the Meligrove Band’s new full-length album Bones of Things, which is out November 18th and will be their first in four years.

Link/Listen/Watch:
[soundcloud params=”auto_play=true&show_comments=true&color=0ac4ff”]https://soundcloud.com/meligroveband/06-dont-wanna-say-goodbye[/soundcloud]

 

Artist: Swaying Wires “Some Blue Sky”
Album:
Some Blue Sky
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Full of sweet, poignant melodies and delicately delivered poetics, this is one hell of a debut from Finland’s Swaying Wires.

Link/Listen/Watch:
[soundcloud params=”auto_play=true&show_comments=true&color=0ac4ff”]https://soundcloud.com/battle/sets/some-blue-sky-by-swaying-wires[/soundcloud]

 

Artist: Dinner Belles “The River and The Willow”
Album:
The River and The Willow
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“The River and The Willow” is the latest from Ontario rustic roots outfit Dinner Belles. Having recently signed with Sonic Unyon Records, the album which dabbles in everything from honky-tonk and old-time country to gentler more folkie tracks, was recorded with Andy Magoffin (Constantines, Great Lake Swimmers) at Cambridge, ON’s House of Miracles studio and is set for release October 28.

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Artist: CASH + DAVID “Bones”
Album:
Single
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“Bones” is the latest from London based electronic duo Cash + David. Following the success of their breakout track “Funn” earlier this year, “Bones” reveals a more direct and vulnerable side of the pair though it still boasts those bass-heavy synths that have now become their trademark.

Link/Listen/Watch:
[soundcloud params=”auto_play=true&show_comments=true&color=0ac4ff”]https://soundcloud.com/cashanddavid/bones-1[/soundcloud]

Juliette Jagger

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

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