Toronto electro-pop duo Featurette, comprised of Lexie Jay and Jon Fedorsen, brings honesty and grit into pop music with the release of a sophomore
Just prior to delivery of a new self-titled solo album, the Ontario-based composer, producer and multi-instrumentalist reflects upon the creative process, astral projection, the current state of ambient music, and love of Debussy.
Toronto alt-rock trio Mute Choir is the latest signing to Sleepless Records, with the new partnership being marked by the band’s new single and vid
In the 41 months between June of 1958 and November of 1961, Jack Scott had 19 Records on The Billboard Charts. Eight of the 12 songs on his first LP became hit singles. Only Justin Bieber has done as well.
Matthew Good has released a song video tipping the release of his next album and a 32-date, 27-city east-west soft-seater concert tour this coming spring.
In 2019, the pop singer filled some of the largest arenas in the world and in 2020 his plan is to do it all over again. The kid inside him just doesn't wanna stop.
It took six years for Calgary’s retro Country singer Mariel Buckley to pull the resources together to record a second album and its reception has exceeded her wildest expectations.
On November 1, Montreal-based singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer Geoffroy released 1952, the follow-up to his 2017 Pola
She may not be a household name but Chelsea Amber has won close to 20 ECMA Awards and earned a Juno nomination since launching her career with the
Toronto music fans will remember him from the Bamboo and he still plays a weekly set at The Orbit Room; tonight he births Neighbourhoods—a brilliant sounding new album. And to be clear, this isn't just any album launch. He is recreating it with an all-star 11-piece ensemble with horns and ...well, be there to find out what else.
— The following is penned by Matt Zimbel, percussionist and leader of the Juno Award-winning world jazz band Manteca.
The 2019 Prism Prize for Best Canadian Music Video was awarded to Kevan Funk, for his clip for Belle Game’s Low. We will continue to profile noteworthy Canadian videos, including this one from a Juno-winning electro-rock duo.