Canadian acts are getting better than a fair share of attention from commercial broadcasters, and this is giving rise to untold opportunity for a new generation of youthful stars of all persuasions, stripes, and sounds.
The '90s pop/R&B hitmakers have reunited and will release a fifth studio album later this year. They explain that the loyalty of their fans helped prompt their return.
The Toronto-based beats master has won Grammys as a member of jazz combo Snarky Puppy. He explains that gospel music has had a huge impact on his playing.
The independent label head and artist manager has had a key role in the careers of Great Lake Swimmers, Art Bergmann, and many others over the 15 years of his company (weewerk).
Canada's female vocalists shine this week, and altogether the two Top 10 lists include a creative and sometimes humorous clutch of music videos.
The folk-rock duo from Canmore has honed a poetic and haunting sound that is now showcased on a self-titled debut album.
The famed folk songsmith will be inducted into the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame in September. He reflects upon the honour, his upcoming 33rd album, and much more here.
The award-winning Toronto synth-rock band blends neon-drenched atmospheric pop and rock and roll adventurism on their imminent debut album Life After Wartime.
On the heels of Serena Ryder’s new chart-topping Utopia album, Sandy Pandya spoke with FYI about the challenges facing 21st-century artist managers and why you can’t keep a good woman down.
This week's radio faves confirm Shania's back on top, The New Electric engage with a follow-up hit, and Hedley hits a home run with a power ballad.
The eloquent and versatile singer/songwriter is breaking out now with her new single "Don't Love Me." She reflects on her creative vision and key influences here.