It’s PonderBeat time! Killbeat Music has partnered with Laurie Brown’s Pondercast to bring you PonderBeat, a series of special episodes featuring selections curated by Laurie from some of Killbeat’s latest releases.
Right off the top of Episode 3, Broken Social Scene invites you to sing along with “All I Want”, Andy Shauf’s Foxwarren bends reality with “Lost In A Dream”, and Living Hour hypnotize with “Water”.
Further down the stream, River Tiber wades through the “Deep End”, Jean-Michel Blais’ “blind” – from his Eviction Sessions EP – captures the essence of the place in which it was born, while Charlotte Cornfield shows us a different kind of intimacy with “Andrew”.
In “starlight”, nêhiyawak look to the sky to connect with the past and Lydia Ainsworth examines Mother Nature's elusive, yet powerful, strength in “Can You Find Her Place?”.
Abigail Lapell’s sing-songy “Gonna Be Leaving” explores the contradictions and complications of leaving a relationship, while fellow songwriter – and 2019 JUNO Award Songwriter of the Year nominee - Donovan Woods heads the other direction in “Go To Her”. Daniel Romano wraps up Episode 3 with a flood of emotion and energy in “Between The Blades Of Grass”.
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PONDERBEAT EPISODE 3
Broken Social Scene – “All I Want”
Foxwarren – “Lost in a Dream”
Living Hour – “Water”
River Tiber – “Deep End”
Jean-Michel Blais – “Blind”
Charlotte Cornfield – “Andrew”
nêhiyawak – “starlight”
Lydia Ainsworth – “Can You Find Her Place?”
Abigail Lapell – “Gonna Be Leaving”
Donovan Woods – “Go To Her”
Daniel Romano – “Between The Blades of Grass”