Top 50 of 2015: Part 5

10. Husky  – Ruckers Hill Husky Gawenda is an Australian-kept secret. His organic folk songwriting charms its way on the singer-songwriter’s second album Ruckers Hill, drawing from the best aspects of the genre. Rich in storytelling, captivating melodies, Ruckers Hill is a worthwhile listening experience, and will be years to come. (Read the review) 9. Foals – What Went Down Mercury Prize winning alternative rock group Foals have a done it again – their fourth album What Went Down can be seamlessly added to their list of intense, artistic alternative discography. The music takes…

Rain Over St. Ambrose – Broken Love (Official Music Video)

June 16th, 2015 was a good day: Yarmouth, Nova Scotia alternative rock group Rain Over St. Ambrose released their “bold, blistering, and beautiful” sophomore record Still Waking Up, and since then have been climbing Canadian music charts and playing local shows. Continuing to ride the album’s success, the rock n’ roll five-piece have shared the intimate and flickering music video for the lead single “Broken Love”. Working alongside the majestic and captivating track, the music video invites listeners into their sound, and keeps them there. Catch the band on tour this fall and…

Rain Over St. Ambrose – Still Waking Up

4/5 Nova Scotia rock outfit Rain Over St. Ambrose have released their sophomore album Still Waking Up this week, and with their familiar gusto, and timeless rock n’ roll flare, the new LP is exhilarating and compelling, holding out until the very end. Like the sublime expansiveness of the east coast’s natural beauty, Still Waking Up repurposes the capricious Atlantic Ocean, and the magnetic brilliance of the Nova Scotia forests into a musical experience. With the explosive entrance of the opening track “29 Takes”, an internal sense of what is…