The rapper/poet born Rollie Pemberton is returning to the spotlight with an imminent new album. He is also partnering in a socially conscious clothing line for Frank and Oak. Learn more about that in this interview.
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A new double LP collection aptly entitled Fun Comes Fast confirms Teenage Head's unique place in Canadian rock history. The band's bassist looks back on their legacy.
The singer/songwriter’s long-awaited hometown return takes place Dec. 12 at the Harbourfront Centre Theatre, wrapping up a fall tour in support of her ninth studio album, Metaphysics. In the following Q&A, she discusses her orchestral work, the new album, and her concert which benefits a charitable org.
On this latest seven-song EP, X-Dreamer, singer/songwriter LeRiche stakes a claim for himself in the competitive alt-folk world, conjuring comparisons to bittersweet ‘70s troubadours, albeit with a modern edge.
Although the Cape Breton family clan member released a Christmas record with her sisters in 1997, she has now embraced the challenge of writing about Christmas from personal experiences, which results in two of Imagine’s standout tracks, “Olde-Fashioned Christmas” and the album’s first single, “Wrap It Up.”
Actress Ana Golja—best known for her role on Degrassi: The Next Generation and Degrassi: Next Class—is now adding recording artist to her impressive resumé.
With his debut solo album, When The Demons Come, Ontario singer/songwriter Dave Allen establishes himself as a bona fide roots music auteur.
Riding high with a current gold single and a new album in the can, the award-winning country outfit reflects on their personal bond, creative chemistry, and a high-pressure audition.
The sideman to the stars and award-winning guitarist steps into the solo spotlight on his new instrumental album, Johnny Goldtooth and the Chevy Casanovas. Learn more about his alter-ego here.
The sense of being unbound by the constraints of time takes hold immediately on the new album, entitled Yarrow. This is not just “roots” music; these are songs connected more to the elements and the Old Testament.
The Edmonton-based roots-rocker has just released a new album on Hurry Hard Records, a label she recently created. The record features sensual, blues-based offerings and intimate ballads that draw comparisons with Alabama Shakes and Neko Case.
Talk Is Cheap is the title of Saskatchewan folk-rock ensemble The Karpinka Brother's latest album–but the collection, in point of fact, is anything but; instead, the songs are imbued with sincerity and positivism.