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.
Ensign Broderick aka the ‘Sparkling Balladeer” is featured in a stunning spread for Toronto Life’s Most Fashionable this month. “I see fashion in everything. To me, fashion is the nexus between the art of clothing and the use of music.” — Ensign Broderick. Read the full article here.
LISTEN / SHARE Toxic lakes, wellness clinics and mud-caked bodies: the cardinal direction of Ensign Broderick’s newest album, BloodCrush is a saline fever dream, calibrated to the cultish wraith waste vibes of California’s Imperial Valley. Inspired by pilgrimage, anti-war protests, Decca-era Stones and Smetana, BloodCrush is the first new collection from an artist who announced […]
“Every balcony is a poem, a chant — a muscle!” — Guy Maddin Making its North American debut at TIFF in September and its American debut during Chicago’s International Film Festival come October, ACCIDENCE is only 10 minutes long, one long shot of a rather common apartment building. But, much like a neighbour you grow to […]