The noted Toronto reggae veteran has released a single featuring dancehall DJ General Trees. Here he reflects upon a distinguished career, opening for Whitney Houston's mom and Jim Carrey, a Cougars classic, Leonard Cohen, and a healthy lifestyle.
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The Waterloo rockers release a debut full-length on Friday. Here their leader reflects on his musical past, important new songs, artistic evolution, life changes, and a memorable Brooklyn gig.
Toronto electro-pop duo Featurette, comprised of Lexie Jay and Jon Fedorsen, brings honesty and grit into pop music with the release of a sophomore
Just prior to delivery of a new self-titled solo album, the Ontario-based composer, producer and multi-instrumentalist reflects upon the creative process, astral projection, the current state of ambient music, and love of Debussy.
The Toronto-based creative renaissance woman hosts the Maple Blues Awards next month. Here she discusses her discovery of the blues, her bands Bad Luck Woman & Her Misfortunes and The Double Cuts, her other eclectic endeavours, and two things about the music industry she'd love to see change.
The BC alt-folk trio has released a holiday EP Dead Of Winter. Here a member explains its mandate, recalls Christmas caroling, reflects on a new approach to the biz, and outlines her goals for 2020.
Toronto alt-rock trio Mute Choir is the latest signing to Sleepless Records, with the new partnership being marked by the band’s new single and vid
The BC-based blues veteran talk about his fun new video, the style of his album For Love & Money, his artistic evolution, parenthood, and work as an electronic Bingo caller.
The socially-conscious indigenous rock band has a new album, Warrior Down. Here, the band's leader discusses the making of the record, the inspirational impact of a family tragedy, the group's evolution, and the wisdom of a free van tow option.
The Vancouver indie rock band has released a riveting third album. Here a member discusses artistic evolution, his favourite new songs, recent heavy duty shit, and a motel from hell.
The Felix-winning Quebec composer and multi-instrumentalist Vincent Roberge made the Polaris Prize shortlist this year, and is now making moves internationally. Here he discusses this validation, his fave songs on the record, early memories of Johnny Cash, and a love of Moby.
Born out of a love of blues and southern soul, Toronto band Bywater Call makes a strong first impression on its self-titled debut album, out now on