Vancouver's Jaclyn Gee dropped her new single "Killing Time", and The GATE is thrilled to premiere the video, directed by Stuey Kubrick. You can catch Jaclyn on tour now across Canada with Snak The Ripper.
You've never heard "Billie Jean" quite like this. Near the end of last year, guitarist Alexandr Misko released his percussive guitar cover of Michael Jackson's iconic "Billie Jean" and to say it was a hit would be a pretty big understatement. On Facebook alone, the video has wracked up an impressive 29 million views.
The snow fell and the crowds cheered in Toronto as singer and diva Mariah Carey visited Hudson's Bay and Saks Fifth Avenue to launch their new holiday windows. The snow was confetti, but the fans were thrilled as Carey belted out "All I Want For Christmas Is You" in front of the Queen Street West storefront.
Warner Bros. Records is releasing a remastered deluxe edition of Fleetwood Mac's classic album, Mirage, and ahead of the debut they've provided us with a sample of "Gypsy" that is stunningly crisp and clear. It's like hearing the song again for the first time.
The Junos celebrate their 45th year honoring the best in Canadian music this weekend, with performances from Canadian music legends Bryan Adams and Buffy Sainte-Marie, as well as rising stars Shawn Mendes, The Weeknd, and returning favourite, Lights.
LCD Soundsystem, Arcade Fire, The Killers, Major Lazer, M83, HAIM, Chvrches and sixty other artists will hit the stage this summer in Ontario, from July 22 to 24, as WayHome Music and Arts festival returns to Burl's Creek Event Grounds for a second year.
Music drifted across the sun-drenched grounds at WayHome Music Festival when I sat down to speak with Josh Ward and Phil Maloney of Hey Rosetta! earlier this summer. The crowds were building as some of the festival's big acts prepared to perform, and ahead of the band's own performance, Ward and Maloney sat down at the Samsung Canada pop-up to speak about Hey Rosetta!'s long tour schedule, coffee, and what Newfoundland means to them.
Neil Young, Hozier, Alt-J, The Decemberists, Hey Rosetta!, and Bear Mountain: that's just a few favorites from the first day of WayHome Music and Arts Festival, one of the biggest music events to hit Canada this year, and all in the unassuming township of Oro-Medonte, just north of Barrie.