Erin McDonald and Kat Rose are on a roll now with The Karma Box Co., a Canadian lifestyle subscription box
The Toronto-based creative renaissance woman hosts the Maple Blues Awards next month. Here she discusses her discovery of the blues, her bands Bad Luck Woman & Her Misfortunes and The Double Cuts, her other eclectic endeavours, and two things about the music industry she'd love to see change.
The Toronto music scribe turned photographer now does A-list set work in the US while also reprising his work from the glory days of the rock scene. This extensive interview chronicles his journey.
He’s not in a barbershop quartet but Toronto singer Sage Harris has opened Saturday Life Barber Shop with his friend and head barber Akram Bekri.
The BC alt-folk trio has released a holiday EP Dead Of Winter. Here a member explains its mandate, recalls Christmas caroling, reflects on a new approach to the biz, and outlines her goals for 2020.
One of the glorious pleasures of writing for FYI is the people I get to speak to.
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
The following are tracks delivered to radio by digital distributor DMDS/Yangaroo in Canada and broken down into two categories.
Some careers and lifetimes are exhausting. How much can one cram into a day and walk away wearing a big smile?
The BC-based blues veteran talk about his fun new video, the style of his album For Love & Money, his artistic evolution, parenthood, and work as an electronic Bingo caller.
While the debate is still ongoing as to whether the firing of high-profile hockey coach Mike Babcock by the Toronto Maple Leafs was a good thing,,
The socially-conscious indigenous rock band has a new album, Warrior Down. Here, the band's leader discusses the making of the record, the inspirational impact of a family tragedy, the group's evolution, and the wisdom of a free van tow option.