NOBRO, Ritt Are Ones To Watch This Week On The Verge


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NOBRO: Marianna.

Montreal garage punk rock group NOBRO has been gigging around since about 2014. They were the opening act for bands like FIDLAR, PUP and are about to hit the road with Alexisonfire and The Distillers this month. Make no mistake, NOBRO will not remain an opening act for long. Their new EP Sick Hustle comes out April 3rd

Jackie: Unspun

If Jackie sounds familiar to you to perhaps you were a fan of the band The Mohrs. The Mohrs dropped that handle and rebranded themselves as Jackie in early 2019 and they haven’t looked back. This time around they worked with Hawksley Workman for their brand new EP New at Drugs.

Holy Fuck: Free Gloss

Toronto’s Holy Fuck are back with their new record Deleter. We got our hands on the new single called “Free Gloss”; this song features former Tame Impala bassist and current POND frontman Nicholas Allbrook. This track is a huge electronic jam and it’s completely intentional. They described wanting to step out of the corner that they had been painting into by stepping further into the dance world than ever.

Peach Pit: Shampoo Bottles

If you’ve been following Peach Pit’s Instagram you’ve likely noticed how impatient fans have been for them to release a new record. Now everyone can relax because the Vancouver natives just dropped a new single. The song is called “Shampoo Bottles” and it is everything you wanted from a new Peach Pit track. So dig this new track and get off their back for a while!

Riit: #uvangattauq (Doomsquad Remix) feat. Zaki Ibrahim

Electro Pop and Nunavut are not necessarily synonymous in most of our minds but Riit is here to change that. This is only her debut album but she has already managed to score Graham Walsh of Holy Fuck to produce the record. While Walsh’s influence is certainly present in these infectious tracks Riit unmistakenly makes each song her own. Combining throat singing, English language and Inuktitut, there are so many bangers on this record. Get to know Riit now, she’s here to stay.

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