On Thursday, December 10, MusiCounts will celebrate the sounds of the Holiday season with a Facebook
Canadian-Jamaican dancehall sibling sister act Allydice is the grand prize winner of this year’s Canada’s Walk of Fame RBC Emerging Musicians Progr
Bill King is a modern-day Renaissance man: photographer, musical arranger, music producer, songwriter, performer, impresario, author, journalist, columnist, broadcaster, and now a memoirist. His story is one of being in the right place at the right time, and he’s played with the best. He has just published his memoir.
On November 20, Samantha Martin & Delta Sugar return with a sorely needed shot of vintage R&B in the form of their new album The Reckle
The 2020 Prism Prize for Best Canadian Music Video was awarded to Peter Huang, for his clip for Jessie Reyez's Far Away. We will continue to profile noteworthy Canadian videos that were eligible for the Prize, including this one from an Edmonton quartet.
The indie rock faves from Vancouver release a new album, Vindicator, tomorrow. Here their bassist explains the DIY approach of the record, his favourite song, the impact of the pandemic, and a desire to get back to shows.
Four years ago, “The Godfather of Gloom", Leonard Cohen left us on Nov. 7th. Accomplished Montreal-based artist Lyne Tremblay honours the bard with this video-song version of the Cohen composition Dance Me to the End of Love from her upcoming indie CD Get to It to be released on Feb. 12.
The BC-based singer/songwriter’s latest album, Memory & Desire, is her most honest and vulnerable collection of songs to date. Here she discusses its creation, some favourite songs, her Gulf Islands home, and future plans.
As their new single Hometown Hero demonstrates, there’s nothing ostentatious about Calgary trio ROOKS.
It’s very nice that Canadian gypsy jazz guitarist Adrian Raso has a song in Borat Subse
The multi-platinum, award-winning music producer and songwriter has worked with Ariana Grande, Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez, Adam Lambert, Serena Ryder, Backstreet Boys, Nelly Furtado, and many more. Here he discusses the evolution of his career, his approach to production, a love of teaching, and his diverse musical tastes.