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Photos: 2019 Juno Awards Red Carpet – Arkells, Sarah McLachlan, Jessie Reyez, Brett Kissel 

Photos by: Brendan Albert – The 2019 Juno Awards took over Budweiser Gardens last night (March 17th) for Canada’s biggest awards night in music. The awards, hosted by Sarah McLachlan, featured some of Canada’s top artists who took home some of the Juno’s most coveted awards. One of Canada’s most exciting talents, Jessie Reyez, won R&B/Soul Recording of … Continue reading

Prism Prize Announces 2019 Top 20 Nominees

By: Staff – The Prism Prize today announced the Top 20 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 based on originality, style, creativity, innovation and effective … Continue reading

Photos: Arkells @ Scotiabank Arena

Photos by: Kirsten Sonntag – Canadian indie rock band Arkells, who released their newest album, Rally Cry, on October 19th, 2018, performed at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto last night (Feb. 16th).

Album Review: Arkells – “Rally Cry”

By: Jessica Nakamoto –     After 2016-17 saw their blockbuster single “Knocking At The Door” reach fourteen weeks at #1 on the Canadian Alternative chart and boast North American television coverage from the Superbowl to the World Series, Arkells fans have clamored with excitement over the prospect of new music. And much to their delight, … Continue reading

Stream Arkells’ New Single “Relentless”

By: Staff – Following the announcement of their highly anticipated new studio album, ‘Rally Cry’, today Arkells drop the album’s lead single “Relentless” today, which you can check out here: https://arkells.lnk.to/rallycry The story of “Relentless” mixes both a new direction in song-writing for the band, plus a fond and heartfelt story, as told by frontman, Max Kerman: “My dad showed me … Continue reading

Watch Arkells’ New Video for “People’s Champ”

By: Staff – Today, Arkells release the much-anticipated video for “People’s Champ”. Directed by renowned photographer & creative Matt Barnes, the video brings the optimism sought within “People’s Champ” to life. Shot in the band’s hometown of Hamilton, the video aims to find the joy at the heart of every-day, mundane surroundings. Watch the video below! “People’s Champ … Continue reading

Photos: Arkells, City And Colour @ Yonge-Dundas Square

Photos by: Brendan Albert – Hamilton-based alt-rock band Arkells, who released their new album, Morning Report, on August 5th, 2016, which featured the singles “Private School”, “Drake’s Dad”, and “My Heart’s Always Yours”, performed at Yonge-Dundas Square in Toronto last night (April 5th) with St. Catharines-based folk-rock artist City and Colour, who released his fifth album, If I … Continue reading

Stream Arkells’ Upbeat New Single “People’s Champ”

By: Staff – Today, unassailable anthem purveyors Arkells unleash their brand new single, ‘People’s Champ’, which you can stream here: https://arkells.lnk.to/pplschamp On the heels of their meteoric hit single, “Knocking at the Door,” ‘People’s Champ’ is the first single to be announced off the upcoming fifth studio album from Arkells, set for release later this … Continue reading

Photos + Recap: 2018 JUNO Awards @ Rogers Arena

Photos by: Timothy Nguyen – The 2018 JUNO Awards celebrated Canada’s biggest night in music in grand style last night, from the 200-foot red carpet taking over the Georgia viaduct to the sold-out live broadcast from Vancouver’s Rogers Arena. The two-hour show opened with a special instrumental rendition of International Achievement Award Winner, Arcade Fire’s “Everything Now,” who also … Continue reading

Photos: JUNO Awards Gala Dinner Red Carpet

Photos by: Timothy Nguyen – The Juno Awards Gala Dinner took place last night (March 24th) at the Vancouver Convention Centre East in Vancouver, BC, where it honoured 36+ Juno winners as well as the recipients Walt Grealis Special Achievement Award, and the Humanitarian Award. The Evening also featured performances from five Juno nominees. Check out … Continue reading

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