Cantoo – S/T

Cantoo is the brainchild of glow-pops Aaron & Giselle Parker, accompanied by a selection of edmo all stars. This record is back to back with classy jams that span from the British invasion of “Ivory Eyes” to the strutting snap of “He’s Our Man” to the new-wave flange of “Alabaster.” This is an ideas record, characterized by bio-activating bass lines and ethereal harmonics. Aaron and Giselle’s vocal interplay juxtaposes the soaring astral melodies with a boy/girl-next-door aesthetic. Cop this on wax for superior fidelity, play alongside muted Wes Anderson flick.

Argue Job presents Loonie Bin no.1

Here on Argue Job we try to cover albums, specifically. That makes it very difficult to highlight individual singles that we can’t stop playing. For that reason we here introduce the Loonie Bin, a compilation of Canadian singles that we’re jamming right now. You can stream them below or download them as one zip file here.

Elsa – In Two
Monomyth – Anytime
Gold – Losing Your Hair
Horse Girls – Old Pressure
Topanga – Mabu
A.M. Overcast – Zebra
Man Legs – Take My Hand
Old and Weird – Doing the Things
Renny Wilson – By and By
Bleating Hearts – The Partisan
The Utilities – Eyelashes (My Mind, The Highway, & a Show)
Mike Tod – Ain’t Mad At Nobody
Joel Learoyd – Sluts
Christine Leakey – Here I Stand
Ghibli – Little Clique
Brock Tyler – Don’t Break Your Heart
Balacade – LA 3600
The Parish of Little Clifton – Light Handed
King Vulture – Maelstrom (Martyrs’ Oneiroi Remix)
Kuhrye-oo – Human Rights (Nadus Remix)
Matthew A. Wilkinson – Speak, Rainbow! (ft. Julie Le Gall)
Weird Party – Heart