folktronica from rebekah higgs (Pt. 7 Canadian music week)

I’m sure if I did a search of this site I’d come up with multiple uses of the term folktonica. I’m not sure when I used it last but I knew when I heard Canadian Rebekah Higgs that’d I’d have to pull it out again. Her new self-titled record came out in September and appears to be released on her own label. Like Emm this is polished music with some soul.

You can order the record directly from Rebekah by emailing her here –

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3 Responses to “folktronica from rebekah higgs (Pt. 7 Canadian music week)”

  1. matthew says:

    Wow…I have to say that I’m really impressed by the bands you’ve covered for your Canadian music week. A few of the bands I’ve heard and loved (Ora Cogan, Patrick Watson), but I don’t think I’ve ever heard Rebekah Higgs before. I’ll have to check her out.

    (And I know it’s a few weeks late, but I’ve added you to my links page, too!)

  2. Anonymous says:

    great post, thanks so much for promoting canadian music!

  3. Johnston says:

    Hey there! I’ve worked with Rebekah over the last year and her record is set to be re-released on Outside Music, home to other great Canadian bands such as the Besnard Lakes and Hidden Cameras. The album will be out in early October across Canada and I’m sure those in U.S. can order the disc (with two new tracks) from She also has a fantastic side-project that does indie-dance/downtempo electronica called Ruby Jean and the Thoughful Bees. You can check ‘em out here:
    Thanks and enjoy!
    -Johnston Farrow
    Pandemonium Publicity