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Delerium Shares Official Video For "Glimmer"; 'Rarities & B-Sides' Debuts On Billboard Heatseekers Top 200


Nettwerk Records and influential Canadian outfit Delerium are pleased to celebrate the release of Rarities & B-Sides which premiered online last week via Exclaim!. The album debuted at #143 on the Billboard Heatseekers Top 200 Chart and #38 on the Electronic Albums Top 50 Chart.

The album’s lead single, “Glimmer,” featuring vocalist Emily Haines (of Metric), was originally recorded in 2005 but has now recently resurfaced from the stacks.


Great Lake Swimmers U.S. Tour Starts Today; Watch The New Video Now


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“’Don’t Leave Me Hanging’ is gorgeous—simple and direct.” – Pitchfork

"A Forest of Arms is arguably one of the most dynamic and focused Great Lake Swimmers records to date." - CBC Music

“Toronto quintet’s latest offering is packed with echoing vocals, soaring strings, and plenty of resounding acoustic guitar, double bass, and banjo.” – Consequence Of Sound

“They create a place where folk-rock meets country and bluegrass, and converge into a soothing, atmospheric lushness.” – Blurt

"Sonically, the album carries on the Great Lake Swimmer's cherished blend of folk and orchestral indie pop… the group play with percussion patterns, piano and string arrangements to keep the listener interested." - Exclaim!

“The soundscapes created by Toronto’s Great Lake Swimmers are nothing if not panoramic... So lush is their sound at times, it’s easy to forget that the primary lead instruments are acoustic... A solid album with a number of beguiling songs and a lot of spirit...” – PopMatters

“Featuring impossibly beautiful arrangements, frontman Tony Dekker and company have crafted a dynamic and inimitable listening experience with the new record.” - Diffuser.fm

“A Forest of Arms seamlessly creates sonic textures that inspire nature walks and drives across empty highways…” - Flood Magazine

"…Great Lake Swimmers have evolved into one of the country's finest roots bands…" - Post City

In Case You Missed It: Madi Diaz On VH1 Big Morning Buzz

In case you missed it, Madi Diaz stopped by VH1 Big Morning Buzz this morning to perform her super catchy song "Tomorrow" from her latest album Phantom. Watch the performance above and her interview below. 

AR Clerk (Vancouver, BC)

Location:    Vancouver, B.C.

Where to Apply:  jobs@nettwerk.com

Main Duties
Accounts Receivable
• Entering AR invoices
• Preparing charge-back invoices
• Organize collections procedures
• Communicate with outside parties on outstanding balances
• Update and maintain artist contact information in accounting system

Accounts Payable
You will be required to assist the AP clerk in the following responsibilities, when workflow requires.
• Coding and posting of bills into the accounting system
• Preparing cheque runs and wire payments
• Coding and payment of monthly employee credit card and other expenses

This is a dynamic position, and requires someone willing and able to deal with ad-hoc queries of a varying nature.


Schwarz Dont Crack Share "All My Love" - Paris Suit Yourself Remix Video

Berlin duo Schwarz Dont Crack have a shared a video for "All My Love" (Paris Suit Yourself Remix). Video co-director Nicola Powell says, "The video is a glitched-up remix of material we shot with the band and pole-dance performer Yara Mar at Golden Dolls Berlin, cut to the darker Paris Suit Yourself remix of the track."  Sebastian Kreis, half of the SDC duo, adds, "Paris Suit Yourself are one of our favorite bands from Berlin. So it was only logical to ask them for a remix.”

XO Mints

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 Run River North covers "The Ugly Couple Song" for this delightful commercial for XO Mints.


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 This AT&T commerical evokes strength and wonder, all thanks to Ólafur Arnalds "A2."

Samsung Galaxy

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 Kyle Andrews' "The Way To Wonder" (co-written by Nettwerk One writer Neil Mason) provides the heart and soul of this Samsung Galaxy spot.


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 Hipjoint's "Let's Go" (feat. Sherry St. Germain) helps T-Mobile convince consumers to switch over.


Royal Caribbean

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 Royal Caribbean vows to wow by using Hey Ocean!'s "If I Were A Ship" in their current ad campaign.