Jul 12, 2020
Bill Cutbill Joins Bandcamp, Releases Song
To celebrate, Joy Ride (and then I wake up) has been made available digitally for the first time. The track, which was recorded in March 2018 was originally released via Safe Sounds in 2019 (SS104).
Bill had a few words to say about Joy Ride -
"This is an ambient piece never intended for human consumption that captures a very specific moment in time and a feeling of intense struggle and bliss. I hope it resonates.
I just joined bandcamp today, which marks the pinnacle of my career. I would like to dedicate this moment to my friends and family who have supported me on this journey."
Jul 09, 2020
Kaleidoscope Horse Lounge Live Session
Kaleidoscope Horse — the androgynous psychedelic art-rock band from Toronto, Canada — filmed a live session in the Safe Sounds lounge. First aired as part of Markham Music Festival 2020, it is now available to watch in full via our YouTube channel.
Idious Carrie (vocals, electric guitar, upright piano) and Janis Dolphin (vocals, electric guitar) performed new tracks Long Fever and Velvet, also delving into the world of the unknown with a beautiful but spooky improvised jam.
Jun 08, 2020
Friend Ship From Home Vol. 3, featuring World News
The Friend Ship Committee have just released their third mixtape during the quarantine. This instalment features a brand new track from World News called 'Vypers'.
Proceeds will be donated to the family of Regis Korchinski Paquet and to the Black Lives Matter movement. The mixtape includes some beautiful tracks from incredible local artists, so please download and donate over on the Friend Ship Bandcamp today!
May 20, 2020
RUM DO live from the Safe Sounds Lounge
RUM DO perform Wedding Day live from the Safe Sounds Lounge. This track is taken from RUM DO's debut EP, 'lay down, lovers', which is available everywhere - you're probably staring directly at it right now, without even knowing.
RUM DO is a collaboration between Harry Perry and William Bembridge. This performance features the Canadian lineup of William Bembridge and Desiree Das Gupta.