The best and latest from Canadian musicians, curated for a variety of tastes from more classic R&B to a few more experimental tunes.
“Music really helps me understand the narrative of my life.”
Juno-winning producer and DJ Felix Cartal on his punk-rock roots, tackling imposter syndrome, creating dance music in a time of social distancing, and his new album Expensive Sounds for Nice People.
Schofield started composing ambient music to help him cope with insomnia and cites pioneering ambient composer Hiroshi Yoshimura as a primary source of inspiration.
Until a few years ago, many women were still facing discrimination from record label executives and fellow male musicians. As a result, many never got the complete respect they deserved. Such is the case of Sylvia Robinson.
Helping people discover new music and culture internationally or reconnect with music from the past is profoundly cathartic.
“I feel like, as an artist, I have a certain facility for taking what happens in the world, taking what I see, and then absorbing it and translating it for the rest of the world.”
A curated list of new song releases, handpicked for you.
Largely autobiographical, Arlo Parks’ songs are “almost like a diary entry,” she says.