Hear the Week's Best New Canadian Music: Flara K, Kresnt & audiodrugz, Tyriqueordie

Hear the Week's Best New Canadian Music: Flara K, Kresnt & audiodrugz, Tyriqueordie
Well, apparently we blinked a couple times because November's nearly on its way out. Wherever the time goes (out the window, seemingly), you can colour it Canadian with the best new music of the week.

In a nutshell: we've got insecurity in two parts from Montreal duo Flara K, Vancouver's Kresnt and audiodrugz have more smoke than a "CHIMNEY" and Toronto's Tyriqueordie channels his inner Tarantino.

Elsewhere, current title-holder of Canada's Next Drag Superstar Priyanka enters her "Country Queen" era, music manager Adam "Bix" Berger makes his debut for charity with "Dance on the Bones," and Logan Staats shared his first single with Red Music Rising. Kyla Charter made her debut, Donovan Woods dropped a new one, and we had album announcements from Katie Tupper and B.Knox.

This week saw a handful of new album releases, including Julie Doiron's I Thought of You, Botfly's Lower Than Love, Jon Bryant's PsychIdyllic Salutations, Mad Ones' Last Forever and debut collections from Vancouver's Cassidy Waring and Toronto's Kiana.

Theo Tams turns the iconic Pussycat Dolls hit "Don't Cha" into a haunting power ballad, meanwhile Omega Mighty links up with EverythingOShauN and Young Bombs joins forces with Stondon Massey.

You know the drill: you'll find all this and so much more maple syrupy goodness in The Eh! List below, presented by Mary Brown's Chicken & Taters — all Canadian and proud of it!