With a sound steeped in haunting northern beauty, this new sibling duo features Tiffany Ayalik of Juno-winning duo Quantum Tangle. Here she and sister Kayley Mackay discuss their new EP, the inspirational beauty of the dark Northern winter, and early fond musical memories.
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The veteran roots-rocker is riding high with his latest album, The Drifter & The Preacher. Here he discusses the record, a love of Lightfoot, a beloved guitar. and a life-changing hit song.
The Edmonton country singer/songwriter is making a splash with current album Diary Of A Housewife. Here she discusses her new single, "Fire In Lace," lessons learned from the road, and a desire for more gender parity in her genre.
The Zeus member and Jason Haberman of Yukon Blonde comprise the new Toronto duo. Here he discusses their eponymous debut release, their collaborative approach, and teenage games of “Red Radio.”
Over the past decade, the Vancouver trio has been balancing black nail-polish gloom and indie-pop accessibility on its much-praised releases. The group's drummer describes the new album's uplifting vibe, MM's creative evolution, and an inspired time in Hamburg.
The Toronto-born, LA-based pop artist and actor is making a real splash in both fields, starring in hit musicals and charting on Billboard. Here she discusses her latest single, the balance between acting and music, and her love of all things Pink.
The Toronto pop-rocker is so fed up with the daily barrage of lies emanating from south of the border that he has released a pull-no-punches single and video entitled “Not Far From The Truth.” He explains his motivation and his plans for 2019 here.
The Toronto-based folk trio releases a winter-themed second album today. Here the members discuss its inspiration, their individual and collective creative evolution, and a shared desire for more inclusivity in the music business.
The highly-decorated blues veteran returns with a new album, Shake The Love Around. Here she explains that it showcases her different voices, discusses some favourite songs, and recalls a memorable gig with Bryan Adams.
The BC modern country duo of Chrystal Leigh and Jimmy Thow is making a mark in Nashville. Here they discuss their move to Music City, their creative evolution, and a new single.
The veteran blues pianist and shouter made a mark in the US before moving to BC. Recently nominated for two Maple Blues Awards, he reflects upon a colourful career, the perils of having a hearse as a tour bus, and his disdain for Autotune.
The blues/soul pianist/songstress is turning ears with a new album, Night On Fire. Here she discusses her love of old-school soul and Steppenwolf, her growing confidence as a performer, and a wild gig at a Whistler party.