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Contest: Win 2 Tickets to Santa Teresa Festival!

Date: May 18-20 Lineup: Feist, Nick Murphy, Lil Uzi Vert,  Oh Wonder, Wolf Parade, Stars, HER, Jacques Greene, CRi, Milk & Bone, Fucked Up + more Location:  Sainte-Thérèse, Quebec Buy tickets here. Enter below to win one (1) of three (3) pairs of full weekend passes to Santa Teresa Festival in Sainte-Thérèse, Quebec! Transportation and airfare not … Continue reading

Prism Prize Announces Top 10 Nominees

By: Staff – The Prism Prize has announced the top 10 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 10 based on originality, style, creativity, innovation and effective … Continue reading

Photos: Feist @ Massey Hall

Photos by: Brendan Albert – Acclaimed singer-songwriter Feist, who released her newest album, Pleasure, on April 28th, 2017, which served as her first batch of new music since 2011’s Metals, performed at Massey Hall in Toronto last night (Sept. 24th).

Photos: 2017 Polaris Music Prize Gala (Lido Pimienta, Feist, Weaves, Tanya Tagaq)

Photos by: Orest Dorosh –  Lido Pimienta has won the 2017 Polaris Music Prize for the album, La Papessa. “Not in English, not in French. But we’re here,” said Pimienta after accepting the award. Held at the historic Carlu in Toronto last night (Sept. 18th), the evening featured performances by six of the 10 nominees, including Weaves, Lido … Continue reading

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 – Phoenix, BadBadNotGood, Feist, Thundercat

Photos by: Brendan Albert – The second and final day of the 2017 Field Trip Music Festival took place at Fort York in Toronto last night, and featured performances by French synthpop band Phoenix, who will release their sixth album, Ti Amo, on June 9th, 2017 via Glassnote, Toronto-based jazz/hip-hop band BadBadNotGood, who released their newest … 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

Feist to Pay Tribute to Leonard Cohen During 2017 JUNO Awards

By: Staff – CTV and The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) announced details today for a special tribute performance in honour of legendary songwriter, musician, and poet Leonard Cohen as part of the 2017 JUNO Awards. Multi-JUNO Award and Polaris Music Prize winner Feist will take the stage to perform a moving arrangement of one … Continue reading

Feist Announces New Album “Pleasure”

By: Staff – Acclaimed Canadian singer-songwriter Feist has announced the release of her new album, Pleasure, which is her first batch of new music since 2011’s Metals. According to Universal Music, Pleasure, which is set for release on April 28th, explores “emotional limits,” including “loneliness, private ritual, secrets, shame, mounting pressures, disconnect, tenderness, rejection, care and the lack thereof.” … Continue reading

Photos: Imagine Oct 20th (Feist, Whitehorse, The Sadies, Lowell, Brave Shores)

Photos by: Justin Roth – The Toronto edition of the Imagine Oct 20th concert series took place last night at The Randolph Theatre, which featured performances by Feist, The Sadies, Lowell, Brave Shores, Sarah Slean, and  more. The blog/hashtag #ImagineOct20th has inspired many potential voters across Canada to hold similar events, with the movement aiming to “battle … Continue reading