Leave is the indie-rock music project of Emma Citrine, David Knights Cowling, Nicole Gilley, and Bryan Michael. Mavens of melancholy reverberations, and lovers of lyrical expression, Leave is an exploration of powerful voices, infectious melodies, and endlessly compelling stories.
Hildegard’s Ghost exists in the realm of the unusual, collecting and disseminating curious sounds at a moment's notice. Each tune a story, they implore you to look into their created ethereal worlds, a marriage of electro-acoustic jazz tinged compositions and improvisations.
Spencer is a Vancouver based musician who releases solo work and commissioned instrumentals under his given name, PORTBOU, and blue mirror. He is a percussionist, baritone choral singer, and ambient musician (mostly piano and field recordings with added effects). Spencer is also one third of the trio Miss Langley whose music can be heard in Bri Proke’s film Shark Week.
Selkies is the musical alias of musician and ceramist Juliann Nelson. Her haunting voice and songs embody the forces of the untamed world she sings about and inhabits. She is currently a denizen of Cortes Island, BC.
The way Kieran Fearing sings and plays piano will break your heart. Mix equal parts scorned lover at the jazz bar & 3AM wanderings in a dimly lit city, add some time to reflect, plus a dash of glitch production by Jonathan Scherk, and the result is the mournful electro-accoustic classic “Repreive”.
Leucrocuta is an electronic music producer and performer living in Toronto. Her music plays in the spaces between synth-pop, post-industrial, ambient, techno. Sleepless and obsessed by post-apocalyptic science fiction, in 2017 she released her debut EP, “when all the animals are dead.” Alone with her machines, she comforted herself with broken sonic sketches and alien landscapes, and in February 2019, she released a full-length experimental electronic album “exorcizes in loneliness” on Lost Angles, a vaporwave cassette label (NOW! Magazine's Best Music of the Week).
Adam first encountered El Temporal in a mezcal bar in San Cristobal de las Casas, Mexico (where else?). Their live performance was enchanting, and their recorded music is ... not easy to find, but well worth the search.