Singer songwriter Madison Olds from Kamloops, British Columbia is currently making her way to be Canada’s next breakout recording artist. Madison’s “Best Part of Me” showcases just that. Her brand new single is an anthemic uptempo pop tune that’s simply a reassuring reminder that at anytime you can take a moment for yourself to just feel sad. You don’t always have to be happy, or be okay all the time.
Toronto, Ontario’s rising post-hardcore band Words Like Wildfire have released their brand new effort, Classic Tragedy. The band formed in 2017 by vocalist Ian Archer, bassist and vocalist A.J. Chmilar, guitarist Cody Wood, and drummer Avery Mocha. Words Like Wildfire has garnered much success the past three years, including opening slots for such acts as Secrets, Picturesque, Silent Planet, and even playing the Toronto date on the 2018 edition of the Vans Warped Tour. Unlike their previous collection of music on their 2017 debut EP, Quarter Life Crisis, the band shift themselves towards a more defined mix of pop punk and post-hardcore with these five brand new tunes they’ve worked very hard on getting out to listeners. Classic Tragedy was recorded at Room 21 Sound in Toronto. It was produced, engineered, and mixed by Sam Guaiana (Silverstein, Rarity) and finally mastered by the legendary mastering engineer Ted Jensen, who has worked on more than a few hundred of albums over his extensive career.
British Columbia’s fun and energetic punk rock band The Fallaways are back in the spotlight with their second six track EP, Sunset Ave. Blending their influences of Green Day and Fall Out Boy, The Fallaways have a fresh and exhilarating take on the genre of punk rock. Unlike their previous EP, Skiddish, that showed the band’s fun side, on Sunset Ave the band is looking to take listeners down a much darker, more vulnerable path than before. Sunset Ave was once again produced by FIDLAR frontman, Zac Carper and Hedley bassist Tommy Mac.