For his second Record Store Day offering, the Making Vinyl Award nominated Ensign Broderick announces a double album creation BloodMyth/BloodCrush. This Record Store Day 2019 edition, a deluxe double vinyl package, includes the artist’s first newly recorded albums, BloodCrush and BloodMyth. BloodCrush, originally released in 2018, is a meditation on frailty and fallibility, a collection […]
We awoke Christmas morning to find a thrilling article from The Globe & Mail’s Brad Wheeler, about his “6 best under-the-radar Canadian musicians of 2018”, which included BloodCrush (Six Shooter Records). From the piece: “Who is Ensign Broderick, and why has he chosen 2018 to blow our minds? It’s complicated. After the discreet release of […]
Step into the rainbow world of Ensign Broderick by owning one of his iconic “Sparkle Jackets”. All you have to do is click here and Follow Ensign Broderick on Spotify and/or Save BloodCrush on Spotify to get entries into the contest. You have until April 1st to enter. Good luck!
Out of scores of feature and short films featured at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival, the Guy Maddin, Evan Johnson, Galen Johnson and Ensign Broderick collaborative short film ACCIDENCE made the esteemed organization’s list of Top Ten Best of the year! Thanks, TIFF!
In an in depth interview published last week from The Canadian Press, writer David Friend explores the man behind the mysterious Ensign Broderick and the 60 years of music that paved the road to release. Read the full article here. Across the pond, the incomparable publication UNCUT gave a glowing 8/10 review to BloodCrush, adding […]
LISTEN / SHARE After the release of four archival albums of wildly ambitious, hyper-referential art pop, Ensign Broderick offers his first newly recorded album, produced by Grammy-winner Malcolm Burn (Iggy Pop, Patti Smith). On BloodCrush, Ensign Broderick channels Decca-era Stones, T-Rex swagger, Nick Cave’s beautiful macabre and Joshua Tree trippiness into a collection of songs […]
The hot new web series, Damaged, released their Season One soundtrack today, featuring music from the show. Included from the season are “I Dream of Seahorse” (from ‘Beauty Nor Ashes’) and “Dead Feelings” (from ‘Feast of Panthers’), which you can listen to here.
What’s does a “sparkling balladeer” spin for his soundtrack when he’s traveling through the dusty desert? Escape From Bombay is a selection of hot-wired tunes for the fall sunsets and beyond. Listen to it now over on Spotify.