Hear the Week's Best New Canadian Music: Snotty Nose Rez Kids, Majid Jordan, Naomi

Hear the Week's Best New Canadian Music: Snotty Nose Rez Kids, Majid Jordan, Naomi
As Charlotte Cardin has reminded us with her new single, Scorpio season begins tomorrow. Letting chaos reign seems to be the vibe — and this week's roster of new Canadian releases is perfect for vibing to.

In a nutshell: Naomi has "Zéro stress," because the "Prodigal Daughter" Lights has returned, meanwhile, Soran remains a "SPACEBOY" and Beatrice Deer is SHIFTING "HISTORY."

This week brought an onslaught of new album releases from the likes of Snotty Nose Rez Kids, Said the Whale, Ouri, Majid Jordan, Dooms Children and CIVIC TV — and we've got standout tracks from each impressive collection.

Elsewhere, Theo Tams covers a Destiny's Child classic, non-Canadians Bon Iver and Flock of Dimes rework Canadian icon Beverly Glenn-Copeland's "Ever New" and Nate Husser's "Jelly" is treated to a remix by Junia-T. Tokyo Police Club also dig into their archives to release a "definitive" studio version of "Top 5."

Teamwork makes the dream work: elijah woods and JESSIA team up, as do Geoffroy and Hologramme. A power country trio of Corb Lund, Terri Clark and Brett Kissel emerge to protest coal mining in Alberta, while Majid Jordan recruit some guy named Drake or something.

Let the air of mystery wash over you as these novel gems spill out of your headphones with The Eh! List below, presented by Mary Brown's Chicken & Taters — all Canadian and brought of it!