New Music Tuesday: September 16

  • Meghan Trainor, the artist who is well known for her single All About That Bass, has released her EP Title. If you’re a fan of All About That Bass, I’m sure you’ll enjoy her other three tracks.
  • Train is back with their record Bulletproof Picasso. Angel In Blue Jeans seems to be the most notable track, with Give It All falling close behind.
  • Adam Cohen came out with his album We Go Home, the title track being the most popular.
  • You Haunt Me is the new record from Sir Sly. Be sure to check out the title track, as well as the song Gold.
  • The Madden Brothers have also made a comeback this week with Greetings From California

Campfire Sing-a-longs

It’s self-explanatory, really. Find someone who knows how to play a guitar or a ukelele, and you’ve got yourself something movie-worthy.

  1. You and I - Ingrid Michaelson. The notes are a bit high to reach, but lower the pitch a little bit and the ending will be worth it.
  2. I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles) - The Proclaimers. In memory of How I Met Your Mother.
  3. I Will Follow You Into The Dark - Death Cab for Cutie. Voices together in unison would make this track sound even better.
  4. Can’t Help Falling In Love - twenty one pilots. I’ve chosen the duo’s version, but only because it’s playable with just a ukelele.
  5. Bohemian Rhapsody - Queen. You don’t even need instruments for this one.
  6. Landslide - Dixie Chicks. Everyone knows this song, even if they’re ashamed to admit it.
  7. Sweater Weather - The Neighbourhood. A modern alternative hit to pick up from the past few songs.
  8. Torn - Natalie Imbruglia. How do I know this song? I have no idea, I have no recollection of listening to it, and yet I know every word.
  9. The Girl - City and Colour. Calm and chill to danceable and wonderful.
  10. Wonderwall - Oasis. Anyway, here’s Wonderwall.
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Songs of the Week: September 11

  1. Centuries - Fall Out Boy. Their fan base are extremely dedicated for getting the song up in the iTunes charts before they even heard it.
  2. New Americana - Halsey. Loved her single Ghost, and this one’s just as good.
  3. Bang - Until The Ribbon Breaks. They should release more of their music on Canadian iTunes so I can buy all of it.
  4. Arrows (feat. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis) - Fences. Bangin’ tune for back to school.
  5. 11:11 - Arkells. Forever waiting for them to do another small-venue tour across Canada again.
  6. Mother & Father - Broods. I love her voice; it makes the tracks seem more personal and relatable.
  7. Down For Whatever - illScarlet. This is the first song from them I’ve listened to, and it’s actually pretty catchy.
  8. Flashed Junk Mind - Milky Chance. Remember when I said most of their songs sound the same? I’m not sure if I still believe that or not, but I ended up preordering their album anyway.
  9. Dead Hearts - Stars. When we saw them at Sonic Boom, we were expecting all of their songs to sound like this. We were very pleasantly surprised!
  10. Paper Girl - July Talk. Saw these guys live twice in a week, and if you ever get the chance to see them perform, take it!
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