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Haviah Mighty’s “Thirteen” Crowned Grand Prize Winner of the 2021 Prism Prize

By: Staff – Last night, the Prism Prize announced the Grand Prize and Audience Award winners for the 2021 edition of the annual awards, recognizing outstanding artistry in Canadian music videos. A jury of more than 130 media professionals from the music and visual arts industries selected Haviah Mighty’s “Thirteen,” directed by Theo Kapodistrias, as … Continue reading

FME Announces 2021 Lineup with Backxwash, Cadence Weapon, Lido Pimienta, + more

By: Staff – FME has announced its 2021 lineup. Taking place September 2nd to 5th, 2021, this year’s edition will feature performances by Backxwash, Cadence Weapon, Lido Pimienta, and more as the festival will accommodate more festivalgoers and offer bigger events than last year, all the while complying with sanitary measures in place. New for … Continue reading

Stream The Zolas’ New Single “Another Dimension (feat. Cadence Weapon)”

By: Staff – Vancouver-based The Zolas have released their first new single of 2021 with  “Another Dimension (feat. Cadence Weapon).”  Discussing the tracks genesis and then the collaboration with the Toronto-based rapper The Zola’s Zach Gray says, “We were in the studio tripping out on what it will feel like when it’s possible to properly … Continue reading

Cadence Weapon Announces New Album “Parallel World”, Shares First Single “Senna”

By: Staff – Cadence Weapon has announced his new LP, Parallel World, out April 30 via eOne Music. Parallel World is an album that seeks to unearth the alternate reality that lies beneath the surface of our society, a record that functions as a mirror that exposes the distortions and inequalities that are typically ignored. A video for … Continue reading

Photos: Wavelength THIRTEEN, Night Two: Thighs, Blonde Elvis, Blue Hawaii, Cadence Weapon, Doldrums

Words by: Curtis Sindrey | Photos by: Stephen McGill – The second night of Wavelength Festival THIRTEEN went down at The Great Hall last night and featured Toronto-based danceable spazz-punk band Thighs, which includes members of Odonis Odonis and Pants & Tie, Young Mother’s Jesse Laderoute’s glam rock side-project Blonde Elvis, Montreal/Vancouver-based pastoral electro-pop duo Blue Hawaii, featuring BRAIDS vocalist Raphaelle Standell-Preston, 2012 … Continue reading

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