Blog Profile / Winnie Cooper

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Archived Since:February 2, 2008

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Autograf – Future Sauce

Likely ‘Future Sauce’ is in a direction you were not expecting. Let this peaceful melody let your mind wander into which tour date you should catch them at with Goldroom.. #LeaveYourAutograf Posted by G. Poplopavich

Linying – Speak Up Selah

Singapore’s Linying shares another lyrically moving single “Speak Up Selah” from her debut “Paris 12” EP out now from Nettwerk. Check it out below!

the interview show: Born Ruffians

I hung out with indie rock, post punk band Born Ruffians in an undercover car garage one summer day while we were both at the Banff World Media Festival. We chatted as a mysterious wind-born fluff swirled around us, invading this small town in the Rockies. Which band member does an impression of Donald Trump? […]

Handsome Tiger – Let I Grow Dub

Vancouver DJ/Producer Handsome Tiger will be releasing tracks every month with “Let I Grow Dub” being his first heavy dub offering, stream below.

Hayleau – Nice and Slow

We caught a glimpse of Hayleau‘s talent from her involvement with group Withinroots and now she’s back with her debut solo track “Nice and Slow” produced by Nico DT. It’s a marvelous heavy tribute to Usher’s 1997 single from his second album My Way, stream the track below.

Made in the 80’s at NiteMoves

NITEMOVES is hosting an 80’s party this Saturday! RSVP for complimentary cover before 11:30pm at: Featuring resident DJ’s CAN I LIVE, Harvey Harvey and Trizzy. Sponsored by, Nimbus School of Recording & Media, CJSF 90.1,Postmark Brewing and Motherland.

ESES – Finally

Vancouver rapper ESES flew under our radar with quite the solid catalog of songs but his latest two songs “Finally” a trap driven jam and “Caribbean Ting” stand out and have us excited to hear more. Stream below.

Victor Perry – Rainbows (zewmøb Remix)

Atlanta based singer songwriter Victor Perry has been circulating ‘Rainbows’ for the remix treatment. And zewmøb are the latest to gain the privilege, turning the track into a lush 80’s influence New Disco mood lifter. Stream on and get the free DL here. Posted by G. Poplopavich

Stylust Beats – Bandana

Stylust Beats has always been a driver of the West Coast sound. And the title track off of the upcoming ‘Bandana’ EP is anthem status for this bass driven coast. Analog bass dubstep plus biggie sample are the pushers on this one. Free download here. Posted by G. Poplopavich

BLU J – IN 2 U

These days are in favour of Vancouver x San Frans BLU J. Move after move after groove after groove. Their new is this Deep / House flip of Selina _____. Stream on the what pop should sound like free dl. Posted by G. Poplopavich

Eso.Xo.Supreme – Only 1

Lead track off of Portlands Eso.Xo.Supreme new ‘Mosters’ EP. A full five tracks of RnB tides to sooth over you and your boo. Listen in full here. Posted by G. Poplopavich

Scavenger Hunt – Never Enough

Scavenger Hunt returns with a third cut from their upcoming EP “Shapes and Outlines” with “Never Enough.” A captivating retro pop anthem, “Never Enough” features soaring lyrics and an irresistibly catchy refrain that echoes on top the 80’s-influenced synth production.

I M U R – FFL (Music Video)

Vancouver Duo I M U R have released quite the NSFW music video for their latest single “FFL” giving the story exquisite visuals to go along with it. Catch them tonight at the Chapel Sound 4 Year or Oct 14th opening for Benjamin Steve. Check out the music video below.

TOKiMONSTA – Wound Up (feat. a l l i e) [CRi Remix]

Brand new banging house remix from emerging Montreal producer CRi for your listening pleasure. Get familiar with his other remix of James Blake’s “Noise above Our Heads”. posted by @tristanorchard

Temples – Certainty

UK psych-rock outfit Temples reveals “Certainty”, the first single off their to be titled new full-length. Check it out below!

Abi Ocia – Running

London’s Abi Ocia and her honeyed vocals make their debut with “Running”. Check it out below!

King Deco – Read My Lips

Brooklyn based Jordanian born singer/songwriter King Deco fuses indie pop and elements of her Middle Eastern background to create music that’s truly global in its sound. Her latest, “Read My Lips”, is an empowering four-on-the-floor beat driven sugary pop anthem. Check it out below!

Jacques Greene at NiteMoves

NITEMOVES has special guest Jacques Greene this Saturday. Tickets available now here.   Featuring guest DJ’s Ryan Wells + Heartbeat(s) and resident DJ’s CAN I LIVE, Harvey Harvey and Trizzy. Sponsored by, Nimbus School of Recording & Media, CJSF 90.1,Postmark Brewing and Motherland.

the interview show: The Elwins

The Elwins make incredibly upbeat pop music. And when you meet them, you can understand why. I hung out with The Elwins on one rainy Vancouver evening. We huddled together under the awning of a closed coffee shop outside CBC Headquarters. You can hear the rain pour down in the background as we chat. Which […]

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