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Jul 20, 2018
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Legendary US record business mogul Seymour Stein has announced his departure from Warner Music after 42 years, Billboard
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Jul 20, 2018
The following is a statement issued by Music Canada President and CEO Graham Henderson following the cabinet shuffle in Ottawa on Thursday.
Jul 20, 2018
It’s in with the new and out with the old.

Today's New Track

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    The Toronto alt-rocker is also an accomplished writer for other artists. She has a third solo album waiting in the wings, preceded by this upbeat single featuring propulsive guitar, forceful vocals and a catchy and radio-friendly vibe.
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    This New York City-based collective with a strong Canadian component releases an eponymous debut on July 27. This advance single features on-point toasting, a strong dub groove, and an infectious vibe.
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    The newest member of Broken Social Scene, Ariel Engle has launched a solo project. This single tackles the timely issue of refugees in an understated and gently beguiling fashion.
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    The merchants of melancholy sound distinctly edgier than usual on this track from the just-released album All That Reckoning. The tone suits the mood of these troubling times.
  • The Polaris-winning singer/songwriter makes a welcome return with this new track. It showcases his distinctively ethereal voice vividly, while the accompanying dance-themed video is a visual delight.
  • These four female MCs from Toronto are grabbing attention with their debut album, Pledge. This catchy new single mixes R&B and hip-hop, and flips the script on relationships in fun fashion.
  • The latest in a line of ace rock bands from Hamilton, they tease an upcoming debut album with a killer new single. This is abrasive guitar-driven post-punk with a strong melodic core, and it'll leave you wanting to hear more, and fast.
  • The prolific roots-rocker has just released his 10th album. This lead track features mellow vocals, heartfelt sentiments written from the perspective of his partner, and an eye-catching road-themed video.
  • The hard-edged and highly-touted Toronto rock band has bounced back from a near split to record a second album. This opening track showcases the powerhouse vocals of frontwoman Katie Monks and reaffirms the group as real contenders.
  • The internationally-acclaimed Toronto folk-rockers tease a new album with this single. Inspired by '60s AM radio rock, it is breezier than most GLS fare, though mainman Tony Dekker's plaintive voice remains recognisable.
  • This focus track teases a new album set for release in September by one of Canada's longstanding rock-radio mainstays and it's a winner featuring rugged vocals and gutsy guitars in vintage Trews fashion.
  • This brand new cut features a collaboration of some major players on the Toronto scene. The lyrics of the shiny and danceable confection may seem trite, but there's a social message underneath.
  • Driven by a ringing guitar riff and Reuben Bullock's vigorous vocal style, this cut from the Arms Of A Dream album has a yearning yet optimistic feel. It is accompanied by an eye-catching self-directed video shot in Barcelona.
  • The highly-regarded Ontario singer/songwriter has delivered a new video for the title track of her recent album. It accentuates the kinetic energy of a fiery song that has more of a rock edge than the usual psych-tinged country/folk of her material.
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    The title track of a new EP from the acclaimed T.O. hip-hop group is a breezy tribute to the disco diva that has the potential to become a song of the summer.
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    The stylistically eclectic Vancouver singer/songwriter teases a new album with a vibrant R&B-inflected lead single. Co-written with Ryan Guldemond of Mother Mother, its message of female empowerment is timely in this era of #MeToo.
  • The Juno-winning hard rockers preview a new album with this righteously rockin' cut. Twisted Sister mainman Dee Snider guests and the result is pure no-BS fun that lives up to the title.
  • Classified (centre) with David Myles and Breagh MacKinnon  Photo: Monica Phung
    The Juno-winning rapper recruited his comrade David Myles and an A-list of Nova Scotian talent to join him on this powerful new track addressing the issue of abuse. It is designed to support Halifax's Sea Star Centre in its work with victims of trauma.
  • Photo: Matt Barnes
    The Toronto indie-rock faves return with a new single and video, The frisky guitars sound a touch Strokes-like, their trademark of quirky melodicism is to the fore, and there are dark lyrics lurking within the jaunty tune.
  • Acclaimed Montreal electro-pop artist Marie-Hélène Delorme will soon release the first of a series of three EPs, Meditations I-II-III. This advance cut reaffirms her knack for original production touches and is a subtly beguiling treat.