Canadian Music Week has announced the next wave of artists for the 2017 edition of the festival. Newly added performers include Melissa Etheridge, Toronto’s…Read More
Weaves was born out of a chance meeting by Jasmyn Burke and Morgan Waters.
Jasmyn cut her teeth in the Toronto music scene where she spent her teens sneaking into shows and learning DIY principles; ultimately signing with Unfamiliar (ex. Japandroids, Makeout Videotape) and releasing her first album under the name Rattail. A vet of the TV and film game, Morgan’s chaotic and instinctual production and guitar styles are littered throughout Weaves’ music.
After their fortuitous encounter, Jasmyn and Morgan agreed to meet and record demos based on the former’s iPhone voice memos. The tracks were reworked and the pair did not shy away from hooks, noise or bombast. An experiment of sound that transformed into their own unique brand of soul sludge, held together by Jasmyn’s distinctive voice and melodies.
Weaves have shared their new video for “Shithole” the track comes off their latest and self-titled release, now out on Memphis Industries/Buzz records/Kanine. The…Read More
On Friday August 27, Toronto art-rockers Weaves celebrated the recent debut of their self-titled LP, bringing along friends Poster Boy and She-Devils. The Horseshoe…Read More
After spending the summer on the road in support of their debut LP (06/17), Weaves are premiering a cover of The Beatles’ “Help!” today…Read More
Weaves are celebrating the release of their Self-titled LP with the premiere of the video for the album’s opener, “Tick.” Taken from their debut…Read More
Weaves’ debut LP is streaming today, ahead of its release on Friday, June 17th on Kanine, Buzz Records and Memphis Industries. Weaves have been…Read More
Weaves’ have premiered their latest single “Coo Coo” from their debut full length. Weaves’ self-titled LP, due out on June 17th via Buzz/Kanine/Memphis Industries….Read More
Weaves’ video for “One More” is premiering today on FADER and VEVO. Shot by guitarist Morgan Waters as the band were embarking on their…Read More
“Candy” from Weaves’ self-titled debut LP premiered earlier today. The track Encapsulates Weave’s high-wire approach to pop songwriting the track is, according to singer…Read More
Weaves have debuted their new single “One More,” the first track from off their debut full length. The track is, according to frontwoman Jasmyn…Read More
Weaves will release their self-titled debut EP, via Buzz Records. Lead single Buttercup begins with a maze of mandolins plucking their way into your brain with Jasmyn Burke’s voice sounding like it’s being played back by a gramophone. The song,Read More
Take A Dip” reveals another side to ‘Weaves’, showcasing their more hypnotic, rhythmic tendencies. If “Motorcycle” was a bouncy, noisy joyride, “Take a Dip” is a tense, dry-heave. The band sounds as if they’re constantly being wound-up,Read More