Kaytranada (pictured), Shawn Everett, and Jayda G are up for Grammys, a tribute to Skip Snair, and the rise of Monowhales. Also in the headlines are the Junos, Taylor Swift, ANSMA, Music BC, Nagamo, Tory Lanez, NFTs, Spotify, Rolling Stones, Phish, Patti Smith, Diane Warren, Jim Capaldi, and Mumford and Sons.
Toronto's Monowhales is set to roar back on March 5 with the new album, Daytona Bleach, but they’ve been building anticipation over the pa
The Toronto alt-rockers have just released a new single and video. Here the group's drummer describes the video, their creative evolution, tips for surviving on the road, and big plans for 2020.
54-40 (pictured) recovers most of its stolen gear, FAI announces its showcase lineup, and Gord Downie's legacy shines brightly. Others in the news are the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame nominees, Chris Topping, The Dawson City Music Festival, Boi-1da, Taylor Swift, The Stratford Writers Festival, Radio Starmaker Fund, Lindsay Beaver, Covenant Awards, Monowhales, Ryan Dahle, and farewells to John Wicks, Hamiet Bluiett, and Montserrat Caballe. Videos added for your enjoyment.
Giving them a leg up, the band plays the CMW kick-off party at Phoenix Concert Theatre on Monday, May 7.
The lineup for this year's edition of NXNE announces a star-studded lineup of curators, Gerry Lacoursiere to be celebrated at CMW, and Drake and Justin fare well in Billboard Awards nominations. Also making news are Prince, Monowhales, Wolf Parade, Andrew Lockington , Lauryn Hill, S4G4, Nightseeker, and farewell Randy Scruggs.
The Toronto rockers, formerly known as Ginger Ale & The Monowhales, are already charting with this new single. It's an upbeat and catchy cut driven by frisky guitars and a stuttering vocal refrain, and the colourful video is catnip for the eyes.