The Canadian-Irish punk band's sequel to last year's The Hunger & The Fight, is scheduled for release on Sept. 18th and in Europe, Asia and Australia on October 9th.
Mainstream, celebrity and gossip media were having a field day with the announced breakup by the Canadian couple known as Chavril. Facebook posters were less gobsmacked.
Mississauga's Latin-pop artist and Pan Am anthem author, Fito Blanko's latest album, Paraíso Nocturno, follows this spring’s Furious 7 hit “Meneo.”
It seemed as if she was an untouchable, but Taylor Swift unwittingly has got caught up in a controversy of her own creation.
Nimbus School of Recording & Media Music has taken its recently launched Business Class Records (BCR) division a step further in partnering with Toronto-based Yangaroo.
Justin Bieber has explained why he cried at the MTV VMAs on Sunday. What's a poor boy of 21 to do with so much acclaim, and so many watching his every move?
Jackie Rae went on Global's Everything Edmonton yesterday to talk about CFCW's history and the flip to 840 on the dial.
Brantford ON's Christian radio station has been sold to the owners of Jewel 92 and 1380 CKPC, pending approval from the CRTC.
The Ontario Association of Broadcasters holds its annual at the Toronto Airport Marriott on November 10th. Details and speakers are starting to be announced.
Videotron's unlimited music streaming package is a potential game changer. On Tuesday, the Public Interest Advocacy Centre filed a formal complaint with the CRTC arguing the service is discriminatory.
"What set CHOM apart from all of the other progressive rock stations like KSAN in San Francisco, CHUM-FM in Toronto, CFOX-FM in Vancouver, and WBCN in Boston was that it was based as much on spirituality as music...