The indie rock hero and prolific author is also the publisher of Canada’s newest print newspaper, West End Phoenix. He hosts a telethon for the non-profit publication in Toronto on Saturday, and he discusses the project in this interview.
“Reminding Me” singer Shawn Hook and “Marching Bands” EDM-pop act Neon Dreams will be touring together this fall on a 17-date Canadian tour, with a dollar from each ticket sale going to We Charity, formerly known as Free the Children.
Adam Levine and crew with singer Camilla Cabello earn top status at commercial radio this week, but Jess Moskaluke's bittersweet love song 'Camouflage' and BC country trio The Heels also earn strong endorsements with their new releases.
The energetic Toronto punk rockers release a sophomore EP today. In this interview, the players reflect on their rapid evolution, a fascination with paint, and a concern about the value gap.
I’ve been with the same woman forty-nine years and that bond is still as powerful as our early days. She’s fierce, no-nonsense and a champion of everything women. I’ve learned so much from her. I’ve heard her fears, her battles with the dark side of men in her early days, and the comfort and security of knowing she can be herself in a long-term relationship.
I’ve learned a bazillion things over the years that have helped me in my career, but this is the big one. Be responsible.
As Executive Director of Folk Alliance International since 2014, the Canadian folk artist and administrator has brought significant change to the organization. In this interview, he discusses the event's return north in 2019 and his belief that folk music now is stronger than ever.
BC Country Awards winning four-piece Me and Mae crushes the competition this week with "Summerland," an indie release that holds the promise of becoming a summertime staple.
George Thorogood doesn’t call donating money to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society “charity.” He calls it “a tragedy.”
I must admit feeling incredibly nostalgic at this moment; something I rarely entertain. What happens on stage is logged in memory through sounds and performances, the entertainers and musicians.
The Toronto instrumental combo's sound draws upon Link Wray, Morricone, surf rock, and Booker T & The MGs. Keyboardist Kelsey McNulty discusses the band's creative process, the origins of the name, and the sugary treats at his first gig.
The acclaimed Toronto-based avant-folk artist has just released a new album, Trick Of The Light. Here she discusses her wanderlust, the magic of Mary Margaret O'Hara, Jerry Springer's podcast, and the fight for gender parity in music.