Hear the Week's Best New Canadian Music: Chromeo, Tei Shi, TOBi, Shania Twain

BY Exclaim! StaffPublished Mar 17, 2023

Don we now our green apparel — it's St. Patrick's Day! Although you're maybe more likely to drink you now some green beer or Irish whiskey, you should be feeling pretty lucky about the pot of gold at the end of this week's rainbow: the best new Canadian music.

It's a total clusterfunk when Chromeo links with A-Trak and Ric WilsonTOBi joins forces with Brasstracks and FATHERDUDE, and Shania Twain will have you "Falling" for her Harry Styles cover.

The big album release of the week is Doug Paisley (Say What You Like) and Tei Shi similarly speaks her mind on her first independent EP (Bad Premonition).

Elsewhere, Curtis Waters is trying to steal hearts like a "HIMBO" and Blessed "Felt" like it was time for a new single. We also have even more new music previewing the latest projects from Harrison, Rich Aucoin, summersets, Single Mothers and Graham Wright.

Keep your luck's charm in the air with The Eh! List below, presented by Mary Brown's Chicken & Taters — all Canadian and proud of it!


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