• LISTEN – Keys N Krates “Glitter” + Tour Announcement

    The Toronto-based electronic act draw away from the darkness with a new deep twilight groove featuring intoxicating vocals over smooth synths and a pulsating bass. The future disco-sounding track is one of the first tracks that is featured on the trio’s debut album, Cura.
  • LISTEN — Rhye’s “Count To Five” + Tour Dates

    “We’ve spent the last few years on the road translating the Woman album from a bedroom project into a full live experience. With Blood, it’s been the opposite process; the music and sounds were really born out of the live environment and are built for performance.”
  • NEWS — Anchor FM Is Coming

    Anchor is a startup that is looking to change that with its app that makes it easy to record and distribute content. Anchor also has a discovery platform, which allows users to find audio across categories like news, sports, music and tech.
  • WATCH — Ezri’s “Be Right Back”

    To win the hearts of hip-hop purists, Ezri unleashed his video “be right back,” which showcases his precociousness on the mic. The stirring visual finds Ezri entrapped in some troublesome activities with his boys. While he desperately tries to decipher what’s right and wrong, he ultimately follows his heart.
  • WATCH – joji’s “Demons”

    joji has shared a video in support of his song “Demons.” It is nothing short of unusual, but what would expect from the artist behind Filthy Frank. “Demons” is taken from joji’s excellent EP In Tongues, and it follows the release of lead single “Will He.” That too received an immersive visual treatment.
  • WATCH – Odesza’s “Across The Room” ft. Leon Bridges

    Odesza released a soul-warming music video for “Across The Room.” Just try not to smile as you watch Leon Bridges shimmy his way through a backyard barbecue. Get cozy and click here to watch.
  • READ – St. Vincent’s Masseducation + Tour Dates

    "...the truth is that Clark doesn’t need to show her face on MASSEDUCTION; her vitality is implanted on every note of the collection. For once, the listener doesn’t need help drawing the connection from the artist they hear to the artist they see. Or, maybe, Clark is drawing attention to the fact that this album presents a new side to her.”

Recent News

LISTEN – Lord Echo on Radio New Zealand’s ‘The Mixtape’

January 8th, 2014

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Mike Fabulous recently stopped by Radio NZ to talk about his second album released under the Lord Echo moniker. The Mixtape is a show where artists compile a 60 minute mixtape of songs that inspired them on their most recent record. Listen below as Mike talks about his inspiration for his most recent release ‘Curiosities’

co-sign Staff Members Pick Their Favorite Albums of 2013

December 29th, 2013

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As 2013 draws to a close, it’s time to look back on the last 12 months in music. Check out what albums some of your favorite co-sign staff members were really into in 2013.

Manni:
1. Jay-Z – Magna Carta Holy Grail
2. Deltron 3030 – Event II
3. J. Cole – Born Sinner
4. Kanye West – Yeezus
5. Justin Timberlake – The 20/20 Experience
6. Tyler The Creator – Wolf
7. Chance The Rapper – Acid Rap
8. Pusha T – My Name Is My Name
9. Daft Punk – Random Access Memories
10. Lorde – Pure Heroine

Tyler Freese:
1. Los Campesinos – No Blues
2. Bastille – Bad Blood
3. Fall Out Boy – Save Rock and Roll
4. Typhoon – White Lighter
5. Little Greens Cars – Absolute Zero
6. Local Natives – Hummingbird
7. The Head and the Heart – Let’s Be Still
8. Haim – Days Are Gone
9. Torres – Torres
10. Noah and the Whale – Heart of Nowhere

Tyler Laporte:
1. Daft Punk – Random Access Memories
2. Paul McCartney – New
3. The Head & the Heart – Let’s Be Still
4. Deertick – Negativity
5. White Denim – Corsicana Lemonade
6. Jim James – Regions of Light and Sound of God
7. Haim – Days Are Gone
8. Foals – Holy Fire
9. Mount Moriah – Miracle Temple
10. J Roddy Walston & the Business – Essential Tremors

Yolanda:
1. Disclosure – Settle
2. Rhye – Woman
3. Drake – Nothing Was the Same
4. Sister Crayon – Cynic EP
5. Majical Cloudz – Impersonator
6. Justin Timberlake – The 20/20 Experience
7. Alunageorge – Body Music
8. Kurt Vile – Wakin on a Pretty Daze
9. Jessie Ware – Devotion – The Gold Edition
10. Run the Jewels – Run the Jewels

WATCH – Shad’s new video for ‘Remember to Remember’

December 26th, 2013

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Canadian MC Shad releases a music video for his 3rd single off of his recent album ‘Flying Colours‘ He teams up with fellow Canadian, Lights, for his track ‘Remember to Remember‘ Check out the video below!

LISTEN – Basia Bulat Stops by CFUV

December 24th, 2013

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Recently along her tour, Basia Bulat stopped into CFUV for a session. Check out the podcast below to hear her play a couple tracks from her new album. After, Basia talks about the music and her inspiration for the new record.

READ – Gareth of Los Campesinos! Top 5 Worst Breakups

December 23rd, 2013

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Red Bull has started a new feature where they take an artist and detail their Top 5 Worst Breakups and associate songs to go with the stories. First up was the lead singer of Los Campesinos!, Gareth. Read his first story below to get a taste and head over to Red Bull to read the whole feature!

Modest Mouse – ‘Tundra/Desert’
“The week following my first breakup, I got an iPod for the first time. There’s no poetry or ‘music saves’ sentiment in this; it just happened like that.

Buses only ran twice a day from my town to her village and so I arrived, as I always would, midway through morning television, generally the ITV chat-show, ‘Trisha.’ In the week since we’d separated, she’d moved a portable television into her bedroom. I, 18 years old, surveyed the room for any indication that a male other than me had been there watching TV in her bed. She was dressed neatly, like she never usually would be at that time.

I let her listen to a song on my new iPod. I chose this song and I wanted her eardrums to burst when Isaac screamed ‘AWWW SHIT’ at 1:40 and the guitars wailed in.” -Gareth Campesinos!

STREAM – New Lee Bannon Mix: Big Apple Walking Tour

December 20th, 2013

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“This is music mostly inspired by recent 6pm freezing walks, with no sun, running errands and mini adventures in NY. I created the mix with tracks I’ve been listening to lately in Brooklyn. The reason for the calm of the mix is because 80% of the music/sounds I hear are so aggressive that this acts to balance life out and has been the score to most of my downtime recently.” -Lee Bannon