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Darcy James Argue  Photo supplied
August 12, 2020
by External Source

Darcy James Argue is a Vancouver-born jazz composer and bandleader now based in New York City.

Iqaluit file photo
August 5, 2020
by David Farrell

A media release announced high-speed Internet and LTE wireless had become available in all 25 Nunavut communities last September.

July 1, 2020
by David Farrell

Toronto music maven Darnell Thomas has painstakingly amassed video and vocal tracks i

May 27, 2020
by FYI Staff

CBC’s Gem streaming service is now offering

May 15, 2020
by FYI Staff

Rights org SOCAN has launched a quarterly $200,000 “Encore” program to compensate member songwriters, composers and music publishers for c

in the photo left to right: Morgan Hayduk, Jenifer Wong, Kevin Chow, Evan Martin, Pouria Assadipour, Andrew Batey
November 5, 2019
by Siddhant

Beatdapp Software, Inc.,a blockchain-enabled music tech startup with offices in Vancouver and LA.

August 7, 2019
by External Source

The music industry wants CanCon regulations

June 6, 2019
by FYI Staff

Bandzoogle, the Montreal-based all-in-one music online platform for musicians, has added

February 11, 2019
by External Source

Spotify finished 2018 with 96M paying subscribers around the world, up by 25M year-on-year.

Photo: Valérian Mazataud Le Devoir. The Adisq exec team, L – R: Jacques K. Primeau, Michel Sabourin, Philippe Archambault, Solange Drouin, Yves-François Blanchet, Guy Latraverse, Pierre Rodrigue, André Ménard and Paul Dupont-Hébert.
October 26, 2018
by External Source

The fourteen presidents are calling for revisions of three laws - copyright, broadcasting and telecommunications.

Glenn Gould in the studio in 1978. Pic: Harold Whyte/The Star/CP
September 20, 2018
by FYI Staff

The classical world is about to be turned on its head with Primary Wave Publishing announcing plans to return the late Canadian classical pianist to the stage using hologram technology. Dates and cities TBA.

July 6, 2018
by External Source

Using Rumblefish’s services, LANDR will handle the licensing of the cover tracks and make royalty payments to the publishers, all at no cost to the artist, the company reports.