Moon Melody is a suitcase record shop & arts community.
A garden of original homegrown music in the 21st century.
Independent Canadian artists, rooted in the city of Toronto.
Al Grantham is releasing his second solo album, a self-titled folk LP.
Here is a taste of the opening song “The Fence”.
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Introducing our latest release:
TEETH & HEART
Wardead’s debut album, Teeth & Heart, features 13 hard-hitting tunes, arising from experience, epiphany, empathy, honesty, humility and harmony. Recorded over 2013 at The Townhouse in Toronto and produced in collaboration with Wardead and The Sun Harmonic, Teeth & Heart offers a journey to the listener with a variety of ambient and psychedelic rock songs. Clear your mind, put on your headphones, close your eyes and leave Earth for a while. Repeat.
RHYTHM AND ROOTS
by The Breaks.
The Breaks present ‘Rhythm and Roots’. This EP features 6 original songs played in a stripped down style during a handful of recording sessions. Harmonies, harmonicas, banjos and beers! Recorded at Toronto’s indie workshop The Townhouse, performed by the trio with help from The Broadview Band on harmonies, this is a really fun listen just in time for the sun and summertime! Enjoy.
PEOPLE LIKE US
by Elder Sister Plum.
Elder Sister Plum presents her first full-length studio album, ‘People Like Us’. Composed of all original songs written over the past seven years, Tanya Semple considers this record to be her musical autobiography. You will hear wistful melancholy ballads followed by groovy toe-tapping tunes, moving into somber and hair-raising stories of sailors lost at sea. Enjoy.
Please check out the latest from our Limited Releases:
IN THE MOOD FOR A MAGNOLIA
from The Sun Harmonic.
This is an offering of live recordings (with unreleased songs) from The Sun Harmonic, recorded at a cafe show in the dead of Winter, mid-January in Guelph. You can find the limited release only as a handmade CD in person or online in the Suitcase Record Shop. Enjoy.