Feist (pictured) discusses her new project, Bieber shines at VMAs, and the Alanis Morissette doc sparks controversy. Also in the headlines are Yangaroo, UMC, Jim Clayton, Dionne Warwick, TIFF, Ida Nilsen, the Hip, Sir Lucian Grainge, the Stones, The Monkees, and Nicki Minaj.
Magic! scores, again, with the top most downloaded radio track with the upbeat love ballad "Kiss Me."
Kathy Hahn, the CASBYs, Johnny Brower, Roger Waters, Johnny Clegg, Matt Hulobowski, Hugh MacLellan, Roch Carrier, Ellie Goulding, DJ Mag, Spotify, Jay-Z and Jennifer Lopez, Glenn Frey, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Yangaroo, P!nk, Chunk O' Funk, Eliana Cuevas, Yitzy, Daisy Berkowitz, and George Young make headlines in today's column.
Chad Brownlee and Matthew Good lead the way with top new homegrown tracks winning favour with Canada's national broadcasters.
Canadian acts are getting better than a fair share of attention from commercial broadcasters, and this is giving rise to untold opportunity for a new generation of youthful stars of all persuasions, stripes, and sounds.
A rundown of the hottest new tracks at radio in the past week. Green Day leads the pack but Japandroids, Neon Dreams and, of course, Chris Stapleton are giving legends like The Weeknd the squeeze.
Shawn Hook, Nickelback and Shawn Mendes are among a pack of headliners competing for radio adds alongside Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Ellie Goulding, Lana Del Rey and Fall Out Boy.
"Electric Love," Serena Ryder's tease for the May release of her next album, is the most added new track at radio in the past week. On her heels is former One Direction singer Harry Styles' "Sign Of the Times" that announces the May 12 release of his self-titled debut solo album.