New Music from Elijah Woods X Jamie Fine, Ralph, Nick Jonas & Robin Schulz, Gabriela Geneva, and Bleeker
We’re here with a brand new edition of the New Music Spotlight! Check out the selection of new tracks from the worlds of pop and rock, Canada and the US, and male and female voices.
Have a listen to all five tunes and leave a comment telling us which of them you’ll be adding to your playlists.
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Artist: Elijah Woods X Jamie Fine
Hometown: Ottawa, ON
Related: Shawn Hook, Jocelyn Alice, Scott Helman
Song: Better Off
Notes: They’re Back!!! With a Platinum plaque already on their mantel, Elijah Woods X Jamie Fine are at it again with Better Off. The duo hits hard with their new single, showing everyone that they are no flash in the pan. Be ready to hear this one a lot.
Hometown: Toronto, ON
Genre: Pop / Disco / Synth
Related: MUNA, Betty Who, Fickle Friends
Notes: The Canadian indie-pop sensation is wrapping up summer with a smash. Weather keeps our toes tapping and our heads bobbing from start to finish. Add this one to the list of reasons that Ralph is quickly becoming one of the most celebrated new acts in the country.
Artist: Nick Jonas & Robin Schulz
Hometown: Dallas, TX
Related: Selena Gomez, Christopher Wilde, DNCE
Song: Right Now
Notes: Nick Jonas knows a thing or two about pop jams, so nobody should be surprised that he’s done it again on this collaboration with Robin Schulz. Right Now is a blast. Get ready to feel like dancing. Turn it up.
Artist: Gabriela Geneva
Hometown: Toronto, ON
Genre: Pop / RnB
Related: Alexis Lynn, Casi, Marie Dolom
Song: You Were Right
Notes: After an exclusive run on Spotify, Gabriela Geneva’s new single, You Were Right is available everywhere – and that’s a good thing. The Toronto popstar stands tall in the lyrics of the song, offering strength to anyone who needs it. “Wanted me to sit by your side like a showpiece, sounded like you wanted a trophy. But I got my own thing.”
Hometown: Orillia/Toronto, ON
Genre: Rock / Alternative / Pop
Related: cleopatrick, Goodbye June, Rafferty
Song: James Dean
Notes: The boys from Bleeker hit us right in the ‘let’s get in the car and drive forever for no reason’ feels with James Dean. The alt-rock-pop track is a little different than what we’re used to from the Juno nominated trio, but that’s okay – because we like it!