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Sep 18, 2019
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Sep 18, 2019
Yesterday, MusiCounts, Canada’s music education charity, announced the 2019 MusiCounts TD Community Music Program
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Sep 18, 2019
The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) today announced four legendary Canadian artists will join The Canadian Music Hall of Fa
Supper on a six-string. Photo: Jen Squires
Sep 18, 2019
Canadian songwriter Jay Aymar responds to a fan's inquiry about ‘Living the Dream”

Today's New Track

  • The first Spanish-sung single by the young Brazilian-Canadian artist is a reggaeton burner with real commercial potential.
  • The Juno-winning, multi-platinum-selling electro-pop artist previews a new EP with a catchy cut featuring breathy vocals and defiant lyrics.
  • The Alberta husband and wife alt-pop duo previews a new album with a title track featuring earnest vocals, big production, and earworm potential.
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    The Calgary R&B artist impresses with the pleading soulful vocal, subtle production, and original lyrical conceit of this new cut.
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    This title track from an imminent EP by the Hamilton shoegazers features ringing guitars, dreamy vocals, and probing lyrics
  • Rock auteur Jordon Zadorozny returns with a track from an imminent album that showcases his penchant for strong melodies and multi-layered lush production.
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    The Vancouver-based sisterly duo impresses with a single from an imminent EP featuring tight harmonies, shifting dynamics, and deft production.
  • The young Calgary-based pop singer/songwriter signed to RCA Records earlier this week, and this new single and video showcase both her vocal and dancing skills.
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    The Juno-nominated duo's first new music in almost a decade is an instantly appealing treat, mixing horns, vibes, and dub inflections.
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    The Vancouver rock veterans return with a vibrant and snappy cut featuring rapid-fire vocals and timely lyrics.
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    The new single from an upcoming self-titled debut album showcases a pure and expressive voice and positive lyrics, plus subtle production from Jim Bryson.
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    A Kurt Swinghammer-created video for this track from the folk legend's upcoming instrumental album masterfully enhances the musical tribute to Martin Luther King.
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    The new single from the fast-rising country star features an understated vocal performance that enhances the philosophical lyrics.
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    In advance of his second album, the Toronto singer-songwriter releases a song that shows off his gently mellow vocal style, and a soft rock meets folk sound.
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    The recently reunited Hamilton psych-pop combo has delivered a superb new album. This track is one of its most experimental, featuring a moody and minimal soundscape, robust vocals, and an impressionistic video.
  • In tandem with a new EP, the Toronto pop-rock songstress delivers a fiery single that explores a dysfunctional relationship.
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    This new track is as heavy as the Halifax band's name suggests, with sludgy Sabbath riffs interspersed with trippy passages.
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    20 years in, the beloved Vancouver supergroup still delivers the goods. When Neko Case first takes over the vocal lead and the guitars kick in on this track from an upcoming album, the result is as viscerally thrilling as ever.
  • The veteran Toronto pop/reggae/folk singer/songwriter previews an upcoming album with a well-crafted and suitably sunny tune that captures the mood of the season.
  • The Juno-nominated Indigenous singer/songwriter previews a new album with a single featuring powerfully expressive vocals placed atop electro-pop rhythms, and accompanied by a striking video.