Wild Child – Think it Over (Official Music Video)

Austin, Texas natives Wild Child released their latest album Expectations a few weeks back, and the indie folk pop septet have shared the hilarious, retro-dance party music video for “Think It Over”. Featuring the ’80s dance party host “Shelby Donahue” played by co-lead singer Alexander Beggins, “Think It Over” has the band in a hilarious retro video as couples try to find love on the dance floor. Check out the video below, and head to their website to grab a copy of Expectations and for more information on their upcoming tour. As well, hear the…

James Bay – Wild Love (Official Music Video)

BRIT-Award winning singer-songwriter James Bay has shared his new music video for “Wild Love”. The latest single is Bay’s first since 2015, ended the drought on new music. Shifting gears every so slightly into a more electronic-focused sound, “Wild Love” still has Bay’s cool, soft vocals at the forefront, in the slick, textured love song. Starring Natalia Dyer of Stranger Things, the music video has Bay locking eyes with Dyer on a crowded dance floor in a melodramatic fashion. Check it out below, and head to James Bay’s website for more information…

In No Particular Order – Episode 2. [Born Ruffians, Happy Accidents]

Welcome! Another episode of In No Particular Order is ready for you just below. You can enjoy the podcast below, and don’t forget to follow the new page on Instagram and Twitter. Of course, Dusty Organ is still around so don’t forget to follow that to keep up to date with all our favourite new music. Born Ruffians – Uncle, Duke & the Chief Head to their website for more information, tour dates, and music!   Happy Accidents – Everything But the Here and Now Find more from the band at their website. Bonus Picks:  …

S. Carey – More I See (Official Music Video)

(If you like: Bon Iver, Dan Mangan, Husky) Wisconsin singer-songwriter S. Carey is releasing his upcoming album Hundred Acres on February 23rd, and the Bon Iver musician has shared his latest music video and single from the release. “More I See” is a charming and soft indie folk song that aims to capture the Midwestern warmth, and does so with the help of the visual accompaniment. Shot in rural Wisconsin, the music video “is about this idea that no matter who or what you are, if you’re in need of help it…

In No Particular Order – Episode 1. [The Wombats / Wild Child / Son Lux]

Welcome to the first episode of In No Particular Order! You can enjoy the podcast below, and don’t forget to follow the new page on Instagram and Twitter. Of course, Dusty Organ is still around so don’t forget to follow that to keep up to date with all our favourite new music. I know it’s been awhile, but I’m hoping Dusty Organ will find its way to becoming your favourite place for new music once again, and in the meantime, here are some favourite clips from the past week: Wild…

A Message from Kane…

For the past three years, I’ve put a lot of heart, soul, and energy into making Dusty Organ something special and my own. And while I’ve enjoyed all the big moments and small victories, I’ve decided I will be taking an indefinite hiatus from Dusty Organ to take a step back and refocus. This is not the end of D.O; it’s just a pause in my work to figure out what’s next. I hope to pursue new interests and challenges in 2017 and see where they lead me. In the…

Interview with Arkells: February 1, 2017

Interview/Post written by Joëlle Dahan Since releasing their debut full-length album Jackson Square in 2008, Arkells have worked hard, toured extensively, released three more albums and picked up a few Juno Awards along with other accolades along the way. I spoke to Arkells frontman Max Kerman over the phone recently to discuss their latest tour, album, and more… JD: You released your latest album Morning Report a few months back, and honestly enough good cannot be said about this album. It seems you guys have really found a voice and sound for…

Jacques Greene – Real Time

Montreal house artist Jacques Greene finds blend between retro electronic influences such as disco, techno, and R&B, and reconstructs them into his own form of addictive dance music. Although already boasting a number of singles and EPs under his belt, Greene has announced his debut full-length Feel Infinite will be out March 10th. “The essence of the record is to draw emotions and moments that above all, feel human within the context of dance music”, explains Greene. “I want it to be celebratory of all that we feel and do and experience – the beautiful,…

Common Deer – Confession (I Should Have Known)

Toronto indie orchestral pop group Common Deer are connected in many ways: switching instruments on stage as they share their musical roles, expressing their love for classical music in an encompassing genre, and most notably, by relation. Composed of two sets of siblings, Sheila and Adam Hart, and Connor and Liam Farrell, along with their friend and co-vocalist Graham McLaughlin, Common Deer come together to create mesmerizing and lavish music from the soul. From their debut I EP out this Friday January 27th comes the bold and beautiful lead single “Confession (I Should Have Known)”,…

Album Releases: Week of January 20, 2017

Alternative / Rock / Indie Austra – Future Politics (Indie electro-pop) Michael Chapman – 50 (Singer-songwriter) Cherry Glazerr – Apocalipsxick (Indie rock) Alex Clare – Tail of Lions (Singer-songwriter/Indie electro-pop) Tim Cohen – Luck Man (Indie lo-fi/Singer-songwriter) Dot Hacker – N°3 (Post-rock) Foxygen – Hang (Alternative rock) Mick Harvey – Intoxicated Women (Alternative rock) Heat – Overnight (Indie rock) Joan of Arc – He’s Got the Whole This Land Is Your Land in His Hands (Experimental alt-rock) Menace Beach – Lemon Memory (Indie rock/lo-fi) Danny Michel – Khlebnikov (Singer-songwriter) Minor Moon – What Our Enemies Know EP (Indie rock/Alt-blues) Piano Magic – Closure (Singer-songwriter) The Proper…