Kingston-based alt-rock outfit Kasador spent their first three years cutting their teeth on the road, garnering attention from their engaging and high-energy live performances. Kasador wrote and self-produced their self-titled debut that was released in 2016. Since then, the band released a follow up 2-track single titled Come Get Yer Money in 2017. Both tracks are featured on their upcoming full length, titled Brood & Bloom – an album written through tough times and trying to find something more positive from those experiences.
Produced in part by Graham Walsh (Sam Roberts, Lights, Wintersleep) and by Rob Baker & Gord Sinclair of The Tragically Hip, Brood & Bloom is set for release on October 4.
Ahead of the album, the band recently released single “Again For Me” – a minimalistic piano ballad showcasing the band’s depth and versatility.
A fair-weather love—someone who’s come and gone through the years. For Sean Aston MacTaggart, that person returned to his life four years ago, time began again, and a record was born. The upcoming album, Love You Always, is a collection of six tracks which MacTaggart cut to a tape machine in his parents’ empty suburban home. He spent his nights recording from midnight till dawn in the stillness, a process that’s translated intimately.
Lead single “Only Been An Hour” weaves endearing, detailed lyricism through nostalgic guitar strumming creating a depiction of love both relational and personal.