MOSELY is an Indie/Alt-Rock band from Ottawa. With influences from Foo Fighters to Of Monsters and Men, Mosely has developed a layered and dynamic sound. From sweet, soft whispers to roaring harmonic choruses, their live shows are full of ranging emotions. June 2015 saw the release of their self-titled EP, recorded with Producer Steve Foley at Audio Valley Recording Studio. Much is in store for 2016, as they are writing for their next EP to be released sometime in 2017.
CAMERON, consisting of sisters Barbara and Victoria Cameron, is a pop rock – heavy on the rock – duo ready to take the Canadian music industry by storm. Formerly two-thirds of the all-girl band Pink Thunder, these sisters are no strangers to the stage. Their 12 track self-titled debut album is set to drop in May and is comprised of songs the girls have written and recorded, over the last 6 years, with producer Brian Talbot (Slowcoaster).
With dirty guitars, synergistic harmonies and pop hooks so infectious even an ear worm will have them stuck in it’s head, CAMERON will have listeners begging for more.
T. THOMASON’s latest EP sweet baby is a declaration of independence for an artist you may have heard before, but never like this. After putting out sweet baby independently in 2016, the EP will get a formal release through Rae Spoon’s Coax Records on May 12, 2017.
Having made a bright and infectious pop-rock statement on the 2014 album Columbus Field, Thomason has graduated to a higher level of lyrical incisiveness and hard-hitting sonic experimentation on sweet baby. In basic terms, it’s about leaving teenage angst behind and fully embracing who you really are.
The Nova Scotia native’s list of past achievements includes several East Coast Music Award nominations, as well as sharing stages with Joel Plaskett, Hey Ocean!, Collective Soul and The Trews. Now, T. Thomason has begun a new chapter, one that’s challenging the image of Canadian rock as well.