The Industry Awards Brunch during BreakOutWest in Whitehorse on Saturday honoured the BC rock artist (pictured) and the National Music Centre.
The songwriting process of Dan Mangan (pictured), a possible Drake curse, and Mitch Podolak remembered. Others in the headlines include Deadmau5, Wilson and Lee, Anya Wilson, Dave Richardson, Dapper Labs, Americana Awards, Amy Winehouse, Ken Burns, Bruce Springsteen, Lou Reed, ageism, Mac Miller, Daniel Johnston, Jake Clemons, and Prince.
Joni Mitchell (pictured) attends a Blondie concert, a look at failed music fests, and up close with Taylor Swift. Others in the headlines include Laura Barrett, Dan Mangan, Mitchell Cohen, Benny Blanco, Beyonce, David Crosby, Jack Black, Jim Lauderdale, Bon Iver, Austin punk, David Berman, and Wacken.
Dan Mangan (pictured) delivers a cool birthday present, a new Yoko Ono exhibition, and a record year for ASCAP. Others in headlines include Deliluh, Carly Rae Jepsen, Bob Dylan, beatnik haunts, blockchain, Pete Doherty, Vampire Weekend, Chad Kroeger, and Tunecore.
Dan Mangan (pictured) scores on Jimmy Kimmel Live, a tribute to Justin Haynes, and the return of Nile Rodgers' Chic. Also in headlines: Chip Taylor, Tafelmusik, Beyonce, Stevie Nicks, The Pixies, Creation Records, Bob Dylan, and Fyre Fest.
Just as technology has changed the way we purchase and consume music over the last two decades, it was inevitable that tech would find its way into
Corey Hart (pictured) returns to the fray, the Toronto hardcore scene is celebrated, and Nile Rodgers reflects. Also in the headlines are Dan Mangan, Vancouver festivals, King Princess, Spotify, Pledge Music, Bob Dylan, Nigerian rock, Azealia Banks, Roxy Music, and Deerhunter.
Dan Mangan (pictured) gets back to basics, Sass Jordan offers sage advice, and Tegan and Sara talk LGBTQ rights with Justin. Also in the headlines are Neil Young, Jess Knights, Tash Sultana, Paul Reddick, Freddie Mercury, Beastie Boys, Spotify, Live Nation, Bat Out Of Hell, Kanye West, Cat Power. Massive Attack, Post Malone, and Steve Reich.
This last week proved a strong one for Canadian artists with (pictured) Alessia Cara, Jessica Mitchell and Dan Mangan breaking through with personal songs that speak to these turbulent times. Topping the list of new radio ads is Death Cab For Cutie with a requiem for the neighbourhood.
The art-rock auteur returns to a simpler sound on this new single. The combination of minimal piano and his deep resonant voice is perfectly suited to an openly sentimental ballad that may just become a wedding song fave.
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