In No Particular Order: November 4, 2016

Congratulations! You’ve found the one place of refuge from the upcoming American Election! If you’re anything like me, you’re sick and tired of election talk so forget about all of that for a brief moment before checking your social media. Instead, get lost in the music with this week’s In No Particular Order – a busy one at that. With five albums on the pedestal and a handful more on deck, the first week of November is one to celebrate – regardless of the results from the “greatest country in the…

Darcys – San Diego, 1988

Toronto indie pop duo The Darcys have certainly found their footing, after almost a decade of experimentation and pushing the boundaries of what indie music was capable of; however, aside from their 2013 JUNO Award – nominated album Warring, most of their music has missed the radar of music critics and wider audiences. Jason Couse and Wes Marskell instead shifted towards glossy, neon synth-pop, as shown in their summer hit “Miracle”, and now in their second single “San Diego, 1988”, both from their newly announced album Centrefold, out November 4th. “San Diego, 1988” is well-lit by…