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A Tribe Called Red

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Watch A Tribe Called Red’s New Video for “Ba Na Na” feat. Haviah Mighty and Odario

By: Staff – A Tribe Called Red are back with a new video for their latest single, “Ba Na Na”, which can be watched below. The video follows track vocalists, Haviah Mighty and Odario, as strangers who are unwittingly brought together by Toronto’s Caribana Festival, and end up joining forces to celebrate the day. The video was produced … Continue reading

Photos: Riverfest Elora 2019 – City And Colour, The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, A Tribe Called Red

Photos by: Curtis Sindrey – Photos by: Dakota Arsenault – Riverfest Elora 2019 took place at Bissel Park in Elora, ON from Aug. 16-18, and featured performances by  St. Catharines-based folk-rock artist City and Colour, who will release his sixth album, A Pill for Loneliness, on October 4th, 2019 via Still Records, ska band The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, … Continue reading

Photos: CBC Music Festival 2018 – July Talk, Yukon Blonde, A Tribe Called Red

Photos by: Jaime Espinoza – The 2018 CBC Music Festival took place at Echo Beach in Toronto last night (May 26th), and featured performances by Toronto-based indie rock band July Talk, who released their second album, Touch, on September 9th, 2016 via Sleepless Records, JUNO Award-nominated, British Columbia-based indie rock band Yukon Blonde,  Juno Award-winning, Polaris Music Prize-nominated electronic … Continue reading

CBC Music Festival Announces 2018 Lineup

By: Staff – CBC Music Festival returns for its sixth year to take over RBC Echo Beach in Toronto on May 26th. The all-Canadian music festival will include headliner July Talk along with A Tribe Called Red, Charlotte Day Wilson,  The Rural Alberta Advantage and Northern Touch All-Stars. Additional acts Yukon Blonde, Busty and the Bass, … Continue reading

Photos: A Tribe Called Red @ Danforth Music Hall

Photos by: Joanna Glezakos –  Juno Award-winning, Polaris Music Prize-nominated electronic group A Tribe Called Red, who released their third album, We Are The Halluci Nation, on September 16th, 2016 via Radicalized Records, performed at the Danforth Music Hall in Toronto last night.

Polaris Music Prize Reveals 2017 Short List

By: Staff – The Polaris Music Prize today announced its 2017 Short List of 10 Canadian albums which will vie for the Polaris Music Prize being decided Sept. 18 in Toronto. 2017 Polaris Music Prize Short List: A Tribe Called Red – We Are The Halluci Nation BADBADNOTGOOD – IV Leonard Cohen – You Want … Continue reading

Photos: Field Trip 2017 – Broken Social Scene, The Pharcyde, A Tribe Called Red

Photos by: Brendan Albert – Day one of the 2017 Field Trip Music Festival took place at Fort York in Toronto last night, and featured performances by Toronto-based indie rock band Broken Social Scene, who will release their new album, Hug of Thunder, July 7, 2017, which serves as their first album since 2010’s Forgiveness Rock Record, … Continue reading

5 Must-See Artists at Field Trip 2017

By: Staff – Toronto’s essential downtown music and arts festival is celebrating five years with its biggest lineup yet. Field Trip has become the unofficial kick off to the city’s busy summer festival season and this year’s bill continues a tradition of curating a world­-class, boutique music event inside the gorgeous and intimate confines of the city’s Historic … Continue reading

Prism Prize Announces 2017 Top Ten Nominees

By: Staff – The Prism Prize has announced the Top Ten best Canadian music videos of the year, as voted by a jury of more than 120 Canadian music, film and media arts professionals. After viewing hundreds of music videos, jurors selected the Prism Prize Top 20 and Top Ten based on originality, creativity, style, innovation and … Continue reading

Photos: Hillside Inside 2017 – DJ Shub, Lido Pimienta, Heat

Photos by: Dan Fischer – Electronic DJ/Producer DJ Shub, who is best known as a former member of A Tribe Called Red, and whose work with the group includes the JUNO Award winning album, Nation II Nation, and their most popular single, “Electric Pow Wow Drum”, which was streamed over one million times on SoundCloud, 1,585,539, performed … Continue reading

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