Surviving a near-fatal accident had a radical impact on the life and music of the singer/songwriter. Here he discusses that event, describes his new album, and offers a sage perspective on the pandemic.
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On November 20, Samantha Martin & Delta Sugar return with a sorely needed shot of vintage R&B in the form of their new album The Reckle
At a strapping and athletic 6’3”, 240 lbs., Ryan Langdon is kind of hard to miss.
The indie rock faves from Vancouver release a new album, Vindicator, tomorrow. Here their bassist explains the DIY approach of the record, his favourite song, the impact of the pandemic, and a desire to get back to shows.
The BC-based singer/songwriter’s latest album, Memory & Desire, is her most honest and vulnerable collection of songs to date. Here she discusses its creation, some favourite songs, her Gulf Islands home, and future plans.
As their new single Hometown Hero demonstrates, there’s nothing ostentatious about Calgary trio ROOKS.
If not dead yet, music journalism is certainly an endangered species. A collective of Canadian scribes is attempting to boost the form, and it has published two issues already. Here one of its key players explains more about the brave venture.
The prolific veteran roots artist has released a new album, Solar Powered Too. Here he talks about the friends who helped him put it out, his favourite songs, online performances, and personal goals to accomplish as the pandemic drags on.
It seems rare these days to find an artist whose focus is primarily on being an interpreter of other peoples’ songs, but Calgary’s Shaye Zadravec h
The BC-based folk artist releases her debut full-length tomorrow. Here she describes some of the songs, her growth as a songwriter, and engaging with her audience during a pandemic.
Rising country music powerhouse Dani Strong is poised to make a lot of noise with the release of her second album, Undefined, available ph
The Newfoundland rockers emerge from isolation with a strong new track, the fittingly titled What Doesn’t Kill Us (Makes Us Stronger). Here, one of their two singer/guitarists describes the cut, the impact of lockdown, and their commitment to rock ‘n roll.