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.
Charlotte Cardin, Brett Kissel, Allie X and Scott Helman earned strong radio support nationwide last week. No small feat given they were up against new trax from Backstreet Boys, Sam Hunt and Christina Aguilera.
Tegan and Sara are sending more than 100 young people to LGBTQ camp this summer in the U.S. and Canada for a total cost of about US$100,000 and have invited the public to help make that dream a reality.
Brothers Ryan and Nic MacDonald lead the powerful Thunder Bay-based rock band. Here they reflect upon the making of their new album, their creative partnership, and the thriving scene in their hometown.
A genuine legend in Canadian radio and music television, the popular caffeine-addicted host reflects upon a colourful career, including the halcyon days of Q-107 and some of his memorable on-air interviews at MuchMusic.
The renowned producer for such platinum acts as Metric, Billy Talent, Barenaked Ladies, and Three Days Grace is taking a step into artist management with his new Toronto-based company Inside Pocket Music. Learn more in this interview.
The big question this week: Is Selena Gomez singing "Back To You" with The Weeknd in mind? Whatever the case, she has the week's hottest song, but Aaron Pritchett and The Dungarees also had a good kick on Country radio with spanking new tracks.
Celebrating its 25th year together, Billy Talent has launched an innovative trust as a means of giving back to various organizations the band members wish to support.
The solo project of in-demand Toronto bassist/composer Brian Kobayakawa launches with a debut album coming out next month. Learn more about the adventurous recording in this interview.
It has been seven years between albums for Feel Alright, longtime favourites of the Calgary alt-rock scene. The group's mastermind explains the delay here and reveals he's itching to get back onstage.