Supermoon and Jay Arner are Vancouver artists to listen to this summer

June 8, 2016 - Supermoon

If you’re in Vancouver and looking for prohibited new summer music, On The Coast song censor Andrea Warner says we won’t need to demeanour far.

She says there’s a conspicuous hum building around dual Vancouver artists, Supermoon and Jay Arner, who both have new albums that tackle large issues by summer-y sounding, dim indie pop.

Their singles are removing copiousness of courtesy from a likes of SPIN and Exclaim, as good as climbing a charts on CBC’s Radio 3.

“[Jay Arner] is a good musician, songwriter and producer. He’s in another rope called Energy Slime with his partner, Jessica Delisle, though this is his second solo album,” Warner told On The Coast horde Stephen Quinn.

“The initial track, ‘Crystal Ball’ premiered via Spin Magazine, that is kind of a large understanding for a internal indie artist. It’s high-energy and quirky, though a lyrics are indeed unequivocally thoughtful, all about opposed a routine of daily life and not meaningful what’s forward of us.”

Warner describes Supermoon, a organisation consisting of musicians Adrienne LaBelle, Alie Lynch, Katie Gravestock and Selina Crammond as carrying songs “a bit like that Jeopardy difficulty Potpourri,” since they take turns on songwriting and outspoken duties

“And nonetheless it totally works,” Warner said. “I like their humour, too. They recently described their sound to CBC Radio 3 as ‘part prohibited fudge sundae, partial film noir.'”

Arner and Supermoon are going on debate together this summer, a double check Warner finds exciting.

The dual are sealed to Vancouver’s Mint Records, and Warner says that tag is going by a bit of rebirth in a 25th year.

Warner says Mint is carrying “basically a whole showcase” of their artists, including Supermoon and Jay Arner, during a finish of a month in Calgary for a Sled Island Music Festival

Supermoon is personification in Vancouver during a Car Free Day on Main Street on Jun 19 during Red Cat Records.

With files from CBC Radio One’s On The Coast

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