Here’s Vidian, a young Toronto mix-master who
And here’s vitaminsforyou out of Winnipeg from the Internet Archive: “Straight from Winnipeg’s experimental electronic scene, vitaminsforyou has been developing sound and music for theatre, dance, film, video, animation and prose across Canada working with artists in a variety of genres from electro-acoustic sound designers to some of Canadas darling pop practitioners. Recent performances include an invitation to play at Mexico Citys Mutek Festival, Toronto’s Canadian Electronic Ensembles Festival and the Deep Wireless Festival, Montreal’s Mutek Festival, Saskatoon’s Digidome Festival of contemporary sound, music, and digital video, Vancouver’s New Forms Festival, and Winnipeg’s Send and Receive Festival.”
Easy-going electronica with a marching band surprise near the end…so much fun!
Here’s an honest, rockin’ tune by Smothered in Hugs, a quintet from Prince Edward Island. The earnest, wailing vocal harmonies remind me a bit of Big Country or The Proclaimers and the driving drums give the entire song an upbeat urgency. This is great opening tune for the Spring Break season. Thanks, killbeat music, for sharing this one out!
Canadian Julie Doiron creates personal/personable music about life, love, and the other things that go into good music. The sound is authentic and a bit gritty, but easy on the ears at the same time. Check out this sample track from her killbeat music release I Can Wonder What You Did With Your Day: Consolation Prize.