The 2021 Prism Prize for Best Canadian Music Video was recently awarded to Theo Kapodistrias, for his clip for Haviah Mighty’s Thirteen. We will continue to profile noteworthy Canadian videos that were eligible for the prize, including this one from a Juno-winning Halifax pop duo.
Said The Whale’s Taylor Bancroft (pictured) launches a new label, SING! The Toronto Vocal Arts Festival announces its lineup, and the International Indigenous Music Summit will feature a short docs series. Also in the news are Kevin Hearn, Indie Week, CIMA, Strut Entertainment, 840 CFCW, Blinker the Star, The 456, Rickshaw Theatre, D.O.A., Neon Dreams, Fucked Up , and a farewell to Rob Tustin, Nick Kamen, Tawny Kitaen, and Lloyd Price.
The Weeknd announces a massive global tour and a new compilation, Men Without Hats (pictured) sign with Sonic Envy and Cerberus Management, and MVP Project recipients are named. Others in the news include Neon Dreams, the Denis Parker Industry Builder Award, CIMA, Maple Blues Awards, Margaret Atwood, Jon Mullane, CMW, the ANSMA Awards, and farewell Rude van Steenes, and Tom Stevens.
Melodic vocals and a nice dynamic flow make this a winner.
William Prince (pictured) wins big at the WCMAs, Neon Dreams and Chantal Kreviazuk resume touring, and Rez Bluez turns 25. Also in the news are CIMA, Tucker Lane, Tory Lanez, the CCMA, Festival of Small Halls Ontario, Hot Docs, Downchild, Music PEI, Michael Kiwanuka, Measha Brueggergosman, Jackie Washington, Steel River, Anthony Gomes, and farewell WS Holland and SP Balasubrahmanyam.
A new single from the gold-selling Halifax pop duo features positive lyrics delivered by Frank Kadillac's warm voice.
The mega-hit videos of The Weeknd (pictured), Leonard Cohen's swansong, and a lost Neil Young album resurfaces. Also in the headlines are Ren, Sheryl Crow, Taylor Swift, Grimes, Corin Raymond, Neon Dreams, Deric Ruttan, Tory Lanez, Monstercat, Apple, AMAs, Coldplay, The Who, and Oasis.
The Halifax pop meets EDM duo shines on a catchy new single inspired by singer Frank Kadillac's real-life experiences and enlivened by his warm vocals.
Neon Dreams' Frank Kadillac (pictured) on the reality of karma, CBC Music's top 10 new Canadian artists, and Phil Shaw Bova's first Grammy nomination make headlines today. Also in the news are a Bach fest, Marie Davidson, tribute acts, Cassandra Maze, Earl Sweatshirt, Sony Music, artist managers, top Xmas songs, Buju Banton, Rapper 2 Milly, Ariana Grande, Pete Shelley, and Devo.
Halifax trio Neon Dream has a renewed focus, Canada’s artistic middle class is under threat, and Phil Collins impresses in concert. Others in the headlines include Spotify, Real Ponchos, Liz Phair, cowboy poets, Lil Wayne, USMCA, IFPI, Horseshoe Tavern, Hey Ocean!, Sentric, Genius, female producers, Bryan Adams, Amy Winehouse, Drake, Katy Perry, Nirvana, and Bob Dylan.
The September 9 concert, which also includes Ralph, Jillea, and The Command Sisters, will benefit various orgs, including the Toronto Rape Crisis Centre.
Neon Dreams (pictured) initiate a fundraiser for victims of sexual violence, Gramatik pays tribute to Aretha, and Ian Tyson's health falters. Others in the news include The Pursuit of Happiness, Smoke Dawg, Prince, Great Lake Swimmers, David Clayton-Thomas, CIMA, Mike Ness, and a farewell to Betty Richardson.