Every day, I listen to a lot of music. On average, I get anywhere from 20 to 50 songs a day from artists across Canada and around the world. So what does it take for a song to catch my ear?
Music is coming to your home, and it’s all thanks to a new initiative between the National Arts Centre and Facebook Canada. Canadian musician Jim Cuddy kicks off the special #CanadaPerforms live concert series starting today, March 19, at 2:00 PM.
Two-time Grammy award winner Tori Kelly has been busy since she released her new album, Inspired By True Events late in 2019, and one of my favourite singles off the album is “2 Places”, featuring her gorgeous, silky vocals.
Tessa Virtue is a national treasure. The Canadian ice dancer, Olympic champion, and Canada’s Walk of Fame inductee is incredibly talented, friendly, and most of all, humble.
Pop singer and songwriter Madison Beer is prepping her first full-length album, that will come out in the next few weeks, but until then, let’s bask in the witchy vengeance of her music video for “Hurts Like Hell”.
Burning guitars and pounding drums are a big part of Toronto alt-rockers Pterodactyl Problems first single “Paresthesia”, from their album, Esoteric Hobbies. But there’s a lot more to talk about with their style, and the album.
Take a listen to Hamilton’s Neena Rose and expect to hear more from her very soon. The 17-year-old singer is passionate, talented, and she’s earned a lot of accolades already. She’s also working on an up-and-coming EP with producer and writer 80 Empire.
Vancouver’s Hollow Twin are Emmalee Watts and Rebecca Wosk, a folk rock duo with a love of classic music, and it shows in their mesmerizing, cinematic cover of Blue Oyster Cult’s “(Don’t Fear) The Reaper”.
ShyBoy’s “Backroom” could be right out of an 80s club, fusing post-disco with contemporary pop, and fresh dance beats for a song that feels timelessly fun.
Nick Fabian’s “Let Me Down” is an anthemic single that hits home for anyone who’s come through hardship or heartache, …