Martin Scorsese's new Dylan rock doc (pictured) is reviewed, Tin Machine explored, and controversy over a UMG archives fire. Also in the headlines are NXNE, Gordon Lightfoot, John Doe, video games, Courtney Love, Lil Nas X, music catalogues, and Radiohead.
Caracol (pictured) treads new paths on Symbolism, garage rockers UIC are rejuvenated, and the Stones' "She's A Rainbow" is a synch smash. Also in the headlines are Sharon and Bram, The Steadies, Travis Scott, Kiss, Top albums lists, Cardi B, Jackie Fuchs, pay to play, Kate Bush, Robbie Williams, Kacey Musgraves, Bob Dylan, and David Bowie.
Colin James (pictured) announces a major 2019 tour, Gord Bamford partners with Kubota, and Shad will hit the road. Also making news are Emm Gryner, Nova Scotia Music Week, Steph Cameron, The Voices of Freedom Concert, Juno judges, Willie and Van, Deeps, FMO, Folk Under The Clock, and Steven Taetz. Videos provided for your enjoyment.
In 1976, the Brit musician moved abroad and toured The Roy Young Band across North America. He also teamed up with the legendary British blues artist Long John Baldry and for three years managed John's career from Vancouver.
Names in the news today include Spotify, Diana Panton, Charlie Watts, Rich Aucoin, Tory Lanez, the CMA, British jazz, Johnson Crook, Hedley, Kim Deal, Memphis music, Born Ruffians, and Lila Downs.
Bono incites feminist ire with his comments and a Leonard Cohen collection at the U of T offers gems. Those also featured in today's headlines include Lady Gaga, Major Love, Cheapies, Doug Paisley, Lorde, Rihanna, The Killers, and more Best of 2017 albums lists.
Social media has put the final nail in the coffin of the rock stars. They existed outside the mainstream; the mainstream didn’t approve of them, broadly.
Amongst those making headlines today are Taylor Swift, Marissa Mayer, Rush at Le Studio, Weird Al, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Claude Ranger, Kesha and Michel Pagliaro.
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Lists of the best psychedelic albums and top Canadian debut records are featured, alongside stories on U2, Lorde, Tommy Stinson, Prodigy, The Weeknd's new video, and more.