If you haven’t seen or at least heard of Psy’s “Gangnam Style”, what rock have you been living under? This video might be one of the hottest things on the planet, and it’s also one of the best music videos I’ve ever seen.
During this year’s North by North East festival in Toronto, Converse brought the mobile edition of their Rubber Tracks music studio to Canada for the first time, giving musicians a chance to work with Converse’s team of exceptional engineers.
Watch LMFAO back stage at the 2012 MuchMusic Video Awards as they chat about hosting the show, Madonna, Michael Jackson, and their planned hijinks on stage, including some of their “edits” to what was supposed to happen.
LMFAO, Katy Perry, Justin Bieber, Nelly Furtado, Carly Rae Jepsen, Flo Rida, Kelly Clarkson and Ed Sheeran: these are just a few of the performers who will be lighting up Queen Street West in Toronto this Sunday, June 17, as the MuchMusic Video Awards bring some of the biggest stars in the world to our doorstep. Earlier this week I sat down with MuchMusic VJs Jesse Giddings and Liz Trinnear to talk about the big show, what they’re expecting, and who they think are going to knock fans off their feet.
The Juno Awards took to the streets of Ottawa over the last week, wrapping up tonight, Sunday, April 1, with the live awards telecast at Scotiabank Place where some of Canada’s top musicians walked the red carpet.
The 9th annual Riviera Maya Jazz Festival took over Mamita’s Beach Club in Playa del Carmen, Mexico for three nights, from November 24 to 26, showing off nine acts that brought music lovers together on the beach, under the stars.
Looking into the future of music distribution offers a pretty clear vision of the next trend that will change the face of the industry–and how we listen to music–and it’s called music in the cloud, or cloud music.
Shania Twain, 2011 Canadian Music Hall of Fame Inductee
The second night of Canadian Music Fest starts in just a few hours and once again I’ve compiled my latest picks of bands and artists worth checking out around the city.
Canadian Music Week launched today, giving music lovers in Toronto a lot of options over the next few days for concerts and music-centric events.