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Published on June 19th, 2017 | by Juliette Jagger


New Music From The Inbox (June 19, 2017): GREY // WATER, DANI Le Rose, Amelie No & more!

By: Juliette Jagger (@juliettejagger)

Artist: GREY // WATER
Song: “Jimmy”
Album/EP: Single

From Hamilton indie pop outfit GREY // WATER, “Jimmy” is a sort of blissful summertime jam that is caught somewhere between that warm full body high that tends to accompany new love, and the pressure to change and evolve into something new.



Artist: DANI Le Rose
Song: “I’ve Told Lies”
Album/EP: Single

Vancouver songstress DANI Le Rose has returned with a brand new single entitled, “I’ve Told Lies.” To me she’s like a less plastic, more interesting Lana Del Rey in that her songs are always sultry slow-burners and they seem to allude to something seedy lurking just beneath the surface.



Artist: Amelie No
Song: “Stranger Body”
Album/EP: Single

Quebec-based soul artist Amelie No has just served up this tasty gem. “Stranger Body” is a song about resilience and adaptation. It’s about recognizing internal change is both beautiful and terrifying, and that peace of mind is a byproduct of acceptance.



Artist: Playing To Vapors
Song: “Switchblade”
Album/EP: Shred The Master Design

Off of their recently released debut album, Shred The Master Design, “Switchblade” from Columbus-based alternative outfit Playing To Vapors is steeped in everything from shoegaze to prog rock to a sort of melodic artiness that is reminiscent of Brandon Boyd.



Artist: Come On
Song: “Don’t Walk On The Kitchen Floor”
Album/EP: Come On

If “Don’t Walk On The Kitchen Floor” sounds like a really rad art rock tune from the 1970s, that’s because it is. Come On were a regular fixture on New York’s downtown scene in the latter half of the decade, but only released two singles during their short existence. One of them was this stark, agitated little beauty, which Manufactured Recordings has picked up for re-release.


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About the Author

Juliette Jagger is a Canadian music journalist and writer. Her byline has appeared in such media outlets as Noisey, The Huffington Post, and This Week In Palestine. She is currently an editor of the National Music Centre of Canada’s online platform Amplify, and is the creator of ongoing interview series Origin Stories, which uncovers the inspiration behind hit songs. Juliette has also held positions as Communication Coordinator for Canadian Music Week, and as the curator of New Music From The Inbox, an independent music segment that runs weekly via She is relatively certain Mick Jagger is not her uncle.

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