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Club Oro share taut, mellow new single "Lené"

On "Lené," Club Oro's latest single, you're never entirely sure where their taut, misty bedroom pop will take you. Led by singer Cassandra Cronin's gentle lilt, the track's clipped metronomic rhythm weaves in and out like a trance. Her clever imagery is just an uncanny, following a soulful, improvised groove that reveals itself the more you engage with it: "Most of art must be explained/Most of secrets end in flames." What once was a duo between Cassandra and her sibling Connor is now a full-fledged five-piece, though even in broadening their musical palette, they remain true to their DIY sensibilities.

"Lené" is featured on Club Oro's forthcoming debut EP Where's the Hook?, due out later this fall. Juan Rodríguez

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Meldrvm - Electronic Based Single "For Me"

Meldrvm originally hails from Scarborough, Ontario. This eclectic new artist has an album on the way at the end of this year with one single already released. “For Me” is an electronic based tune with many different layers involved. It contains some slacker influences not too far away from Mac Demarco but with less sloppy guitar and some wilder synthesizer work. If you are looking for something different; this might be it. – Kris Gies

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The Crowleys - Jangly New Psych Single "Clarice"

The Crowleys are a psychedelic pop-rock band from Hamilton. They have figured out a way to effectively master that lo-fi garage sound while keeping the quality high and melodies catchy. Their new single “Clarice” has duel vocals and a medium paced jangle. The lyrics touch on “the uncertainty within yourself when dealing with mental health issues”. The Crowleys play This Ain’t Hollywood in Hamilton on November 6th along with Hot Garbage and Simply Saucer. – Kris Gies

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