"There happens to be a lot of emphasis on Canadian content (iWoo is from Calgary, AB aka home of Feist), but these are groups I am recently into as well as a longtime fan of.
Patrick Wolf - Overture
Patrick hails from
Bigo & Twigetti (not in the seeqpod list)
I highly recommend looking up B&T and downloading ALL of their mixes available on their website. They use a lot of different genres in a really refreshing manner; and most of it was brand new to me. Just to name a few things you can hear in their sets: Regina Spektor, Philip Glass, and a mix involving Peaches, and the composers Modest Mussorgsky and Wagner... just to name a few. I've been listening to their sets (among other things) repeatedly for months now, and it's part of the reason why I stopped logging into thesixtyone for so long. An overabundance of amazing music.
Final Fantasy - The CN Tower Belongs to the Dead
I am fairly sure you've heard this artist by now, but he's a Canadian artist from
Woodpigeon (various songs)
A band from my city (
I heard this
A Melbourne singer/songwriter that I heard open for Feist three or four years ago in Calgary - this was her first and most enjoyable song that she performed.
Reverie Sound Revue - Passes & Passports
This band is also from
The Organ - Love, Love, Love
Five girls from
Some last recommendations not on the list:
Yet another (very talented) singer/songwriter from my city. Check out 'Grace Is' off her site in the discography section, and if you like it, 'South Pacific' off YouTube. I think her full album is available on iTunes as well. Will be in
Circlesquare - Fight Sounds Pt 1
Adele - Cold Shoulder
Produced by Mark Ronson, who is sometimes annoying and sometimes brilliant. I think Ronson's hype about this track and artist was the main reason she made her debut at #1 on the