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Interview: Mother Mother Talks “No Culture”, Artistic Authenticity, & Headlining Massey Hall

By: Curtis Sindrey – With the world roiled by fear and division borne out of politics, economic uncertainty, and terrorism, perhaps there is no better time for the arrival of music underpinned by the belief that love wins. Into the maw of anxiety comes Mother Mother with No Culture (out Feb. 10th via Universal Music Canada), which posits … Continue reading

Photos: Mother Mother @ 102.1 The Edge

Photos by: Janine Van Oostrom – Vancouver-based indie rock quintet Mother Mother, who will release their sixth album, No Culture, on February 10th via Universal Music Canada, which will follow up their 2014 album, Very Good Bad Thing, performed at 102.1 The Edge in Toronto last night!  

Photos: NXNE 2016 – Father John Misty, Mother Mother, Born Ruffians

Photos by: Katrina Lat –  Experimental folk-rock singer-songwriter Father John Misty, who released his second album, I Love You, Honeybear, on February 10th, 2015 via Sub Pop, performed at the Port Lands in Toronto on June 18th as part of NXNE 2016 with Vancouver-based indie rock quintet Mother Mother, who released their fifth album, Very Good Bad Thing, on November … Continue reading

Stream Hannah Georgas’ new single “Don’t Go”

By: Staff – Acclaimed singer-songwriter Hannah Georgas has released a new single entitled “Don’t Go”. Stream it below. The inspiration behind the song, Georgas comments, “For the last number of years I had been living far away from family. The distance definitely started weighing on me. I realized that time passes by so quickly and I … Continue reading

Photos: Edgefest 2015 – Mother Mother, Kongos, Scott Helman

Photos by: Alyssa Balistreri –  Vancouver-based indie rock quintet Mother Mother, who released their fifth album, Very Good Bad Thing, on November 4th, 2014 via Island Records/Universal Music Canada, which follows up their 2012 album, The Sticks, performed at Echo Beach in Toronto last night as part of Edgefest 2015 along with South African alternative rock/kwaito band Kongos, who released their … Continue reading

Photos: Squamish Music Festival 2015 – Mumford and Sons, The Kills, Mother Mother

Photos by: Steven Shepherd – The fourth and final day of the 2015 Squamish Music Festival featured performances by Grammy-winning UK folk rock band Mumford And Sons, who released their third album, Wilder Mind, on May 4th, 2015 via Island, indie rock band The Kills, Vancouver-based indie rock quintet Mother Mother, who released their fifth album, Very Good Bad Thing, … Continue reading

Photos: Ottawa Bluesfest 2015 – Keith Urban, Mother Mother, Dallas Smith

Photos by: Mark Horton, Scott Penner, & Marc DesRosiers – Grammy-winning country artist Keith Urban, who released his eighth album, Fuse, on September 10th, 2013 via Capitol Nashville, performed at Ottawa Bluesfest 2015 on July 16th, along with Vancouver-based indie rock quintet Mother Mother, who released their fifth album, Very Good Bad Thing, on November 4th, 2014 via … Continue reading

Photos: Sasquatch 2015 – Mother Mother Backstage Photoshoot

Photos by: Daniel Hager – We caught up with Vancouver-based indie rock quintet Mother Mother backstage at Sasquatch 2015 for a brief photoshoot. Check out their fifth album, Very Good Bad Thing, out now via Island Records/Universal Music Canada. Check out more Sasquatch 2015 coverage here.

Photos: Lights, Jenn Grant Talk Songwriting at JUNO Songwriters’ Circle

By: Daniel Gerichter (@ZenDonut) – JUNO week’s most intimate event (by far) was this morning’s 2015 JUNO Songwriters’ Circle. The goal was to bring nominees from every genre together to explore the stories behind some of their most beloved songs. The event’s first circle (more of a line, but we’ll let that slide) included Big Wreck’s Ian … Continue reading

Contest: Win 2 Tickets to the 2015 JUNO Awards Songwriters’ Circle in Hamilton!

  JUNO Songwriters’ Circle brings together some of the most talented Canadian singersongwriters, sharing songs and stories on stage. Tom Power of CBC Radio will be the on-stage host to lead the discussion and introduce the artists in this truly unique setting and not-to-bemissed event. JUNO Songwriters’ Circle is in support of MusiCounts, Canada’s music … Continue reading