Quiet Parade is a bleeding-heart, indie folk band from Halifax, NS that performs fog-laden songs about long-standing ghosts, lingering memories, and living history. In the lines between glimmers of hope and pangs of regret, Quiet Parade weaves their narrative and introspective rural anthems.
Jojo Worthington’s vocalizations, ingenuity with looping techniques, and completely refreshing take on the often blasé instrument, the ukulele, is pushing this Experimental-Folk musician to create some of the most forward-thinking music of her generation. JoJo Worthington is a Canadian artist hailing from Waterloo, Ontario, creating soundscapes wherever she goes. With haunting choral loops, orchestral ukulele riffs, and striking spacey vocals, JoJo draws the onlookers in, slowly and with complete control. With a nod to influences of the present, St. Vincent, Grimes, Alt-J, S. Carey, and others, she finds a beautiful, swelling sound completely her own; a rare find in a sea of ukulele-based music.