May 21, 2021 11:15 am
Happy release day to Ducks Ltd. !!!
The expanded reissue of their EP ‘Get Bleak’ is out everywhere now. It includes three new tracks “As Big As All Outside”, “Oblivion”, and “It’s Easy” that are equally as jangly and cathartic as the original tracks on the EP. You can watch a new official visualizer, animated Lya Finston, right here.
Order the album on beautiful clear vinyl or stream the whole thing on your preferred platform right here: https://found.ee/ducksltd_ep
“These new songs are touted as a hint of what’s to come from Ducks Ltd. in the future, and that seems like
a very good sign.” – Stereogum
If you love this, you’ll love what’s to come from Ducks Ltd.
May 7, 2021 10:54 am
As a special treat to fans, The Beths is releasing limited edition cassette tapes filled with demos of fan-favorite tracks and hidden gems from their entire catalogue. The songs are a mix of full band and solo recordings by the band’s lead singer Liz Stokes and show off the origins of classic songs like “Future Me Hates Me”, “Happy Unhappy”, “Jump Rope Gazers”, and many more. These early drafts of their music cut right to the center of their compelling and masterfully crafted melodies and arrangements that have hooked listeners over the years.
This release will hopefully be an exciting and rare offering to fans of The Beths this Bandcamp Friday.
The demo cassette tapes will only be available on Bandcamp and are limited to 500 copies. 150 tapes will be released at midnight (EST) on May 7th and the rest will be available to purchase at 9am (EST).
April 23, 2021 11:30 am
The day has finally come! Today, we release Sonic Boom’s latest LP called Almost Nothing Is Nearly Enough — an album full of lush and moody reimaginings of his last album All Things Being Equal. The album is inspired by the spirit of late 70s, early 80s records by artists like Kraftwerk, Blondie and Eddy Grant, and pushes forward a beating, fresh take of his own existential songs. You can watch a live video of Sonic Boom performing the song “Just Imagine (Remix)” right here.
Stream the whole album here.
Though the album has sold out on the Carpark store, there are plenty of copies being sold at indie record stores internationally. You can check out indie retailers here.
“imagine all the places that change / imagine they came back again…”
April 13, 2021 10:26 am
We are so thrilled to announce our brand new signing, Ducks Ltd. !!! They’re a band formed in Toronto, Ontario, and currently based between Toronto and Geelong, Australia, that crafts bright and modern jangle-pop.
We’re releasing an expanded reissue of their EP called Get Bleak. It’s pressed on clear vinyl, and features the original tracks from the album as well as three, brand new songs from the band.
The first single from Ducks Ltd. is out now called “As Big As All Outside” and comes along with a music video by Strange Process.
Pre-order the album & stream the single here.
Watch the video for “As Big As All Outside” here.
April 2, 2021 10:56 am
As one season changes into the next, Madeline Kenney brings us the last music video off her surprise EP, Summer Quarter. The new video is for her track “Superstition” and displays a lavender colored portrait background, crumpling and billowing as it responds to its natural surroundings in front of cityscapes and vistas. The video was directed and realized by Derek Janzen and filmed in British Columbia.
More about the video here:
“Getting a video project off the ground has been increasingly challenging to navigate due to the tightening covid restrictions here in British Columbia over the past few months. Madeline and I have been talking about working on a project for a couple of years now and by the time it came to go ahead, the old ways of finding willing friends to feature or assist in a production became out of the question.
What I ended up settling on is somewhat of a response to my inability to safely interact with human subjects the way that I’m used to working. Instead of a photography backdrop serving as a companion to a human portrait of some kind, I wanted to see if there was something that could be said by making that object the focus of our attention. The hope is that the lack of a traditional subject reveals something through the altering of our expectations.”
– Derek Janzen (Director)
Stream/buy Madeline Kenney’s EP Summer Quarter here.