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By: Martyr Magazine  09-12-2011

Vancouver’s SonReal is back at it with the latest single from his massive Where’s Waldo? album. The video for “Haunted” is directed by Ken Galloway and features additional vocals by Ali Milner, who chimes in on the chorus.

The new video from Cherry Wine is as sweet as her name entails. “Who’s Foolin’ Who” marks the first single off the upcoming full-length Cherry Wine disc, which will be released for free in January, 2012.

The latest single “It” from Rich Aucoin’s infectious We’re All Dying To Live EP is directed by Noah Pink. The album, which was released early last month, has fastly catapulted Aucoin into the coveted Canadian-artists-to-watch category.

Experimental electronic Toronto artist Egyptrixx collaborates on “Old Black” with the sister duo of Jenny and Casey Mecija from Ohbijou. The eccentric and visually entertaining video for “Old Black” is directed by A.N. Fischer.

Montreal-Ottawa rapper City Fidelia has been on lately, opening shows across Eastern Ontario for the likes of Fabolous and Bow Wow. Check out the first snippet, “Soul of a Hustler,” from his upcoming project Heart of the City.

As part of her recent Live Lounge Special on BBC Radio 1, Florence and the Machine covered the title track to Drake’s recently released Take Care album. The song is covered by Florence in its entirety in this video.

Take an inside peak into the making-of Kathleen Edwards’ upcoming album Voyageur. “Change the Sheets,” which is also the title of the first single from the record, set for release Jan. 17, explores the production of Voyageur.

“He’s depressed about being rich/ Wow, I’m depressed about being not.” The line rattles around the mind like the pea in a spray. The latest from D-Sisive’s Run With The Creeps album is an odd and at times eery exhibition.

“How Come You Never Go There” marks the first video single off Feist’s fourth studio album, the recently released Metals. The release of Metals rolled out over late September and early October is being followed up by a new tour.

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