This Edmonton soul siren is resolutely DIY in her approach, and a recent Juno nomination confirms she is doing it the right way. Find out more in this interview.
It has been a fascinating musical journey for this veteran Toronto bassist, from Australian band Flying Circus to Lighthouse, Rough Trade and now Sinners Choir. He's a musical lifer still working hard at his craft and loving every minute of it.
The roots-inflected alt-rock band from Alberta releases its third album, Animalia, this week. Two members explain that the natural wonders of their Bow Valley home provided creative inspiration.
A countdown of the past week's top new radio tracks, which includes “Nice To Meet You” from the band’s Somethingness Vol. 1 album release.
The Drew Carey- approved Toronto alt-rockers deliver their second album, Coffee & Jam, today. In this irreverent interview, their singer/guitarist compares its grittiness to '70s-era Jack Nicholson.
This long-awaited conversation isn’t about an impending cross-country tour or brush with fame but focused on the social impact music has on us; depending on our diverse backgrounds. Buchbinder’s latest project is Odessa/Havana - Conversations of the Birds.
Is Hedley guilty of anything more than being blackballed by the music industry for alleged sexual misconduct?
The Ontario garage-folk duo releases a sophomore album on Friday and heads back out on the road. Drummer Josh Fewings is still buzzing about the recent Omemee gig by one of his heroes, Neil Young, a show for which he and bandmate Benj Rowland helped build the stage.
"You Talk Too Much" has had an explosive week with mainstream radio charmed by the duo's single.
This new noise-pop combo from Kitchener-Waterloo is quickly turning ears. In this interview, they discuss their origins, influences, and the commodification of art.
Harrison Kennedy was born March 9, 1942, in Hamilton, Ontario. It was a close-knit family of aunts and uncles, bootleggers and celebrity visitors that informed him of a grand world beyond. In the Detroit-based band The Chairmen of the Board he had a million-selling single.
The Toronto singer/songwriter has been in demand as a bassist for some big acts and is now exploring solo projects as The Projektor, releasing a series of eclectic EPs. He discusses both facets of his musical career in this interview.