“Leave No Bridge Unburned” blends 60’s rock, surf guitar, spaghetti western scores and haunting vocal harmonies, all in a package that still sounds modern.
Montreal lovebirds, David Sherman and Nancy Lee talk about their road to romance and their musical play, Lost & Found.
Asleep On the Tracks, the first album by Kris Begg is the best folk record I’ve heard this year. Throughout its thirteen tracks his gorgeous voice is expertly matched [read on]
Moegi chats with the boys behind the band Po Lazarus, gets to know them a little better, and sees what they have in store for the new year.
Sarah Segal-Lazar is crowdfunding with indiegogo to raise funds for her new album. Learn about what inspires this artistic fireball here.
BAHAMAS and The Barr Brothers played really amazing sets at Metropolis on Nov 6th. I felt connected to the Montreal-formed group in an amazing yet unique way.
Fantastic show by the Crooked Brothers covers material off their album and gets the crowd in motion.
Kim Churchill is excited to perform with Mo Kenney early November at Club Soda.
Darwin Baker talks about how the Crooked Brothers came together, what it was like to finally play the Winnipeg Folk Festival, and discusses some songs from their new album.
Recap of days 1 and 2 at the Ottawa Folk Fest with Foster the People, M. Ward, Serena Ryder, and Lorde.
Craig Schram of Edmonton’s Provincial Archive talks to us about the processes that went into the band’s third album, It’s All Shaken Wonder.
Interview with Matthew Barber about his latest album, Big Romance.
Interview with Michael Demsey and Eric Stirtzinger of The Royal Streets about their experiences winning the Molson Contest and coming to Osheaga
Nova Scotia singer-songwriter Mo Kenny talks about her musical influences and how getting into trouble led her to guitar.
With new baby in tow and lyrics written on paper plates, Martha Wainwright shows that the best performances require nothing more than showing up as one’s true self
Mac DeMarco stole the show by crowd surfing. Seriously. Total win.
We talk with Toronto based indie-folk rockers about their upcoming album.
Australian touring musician Kim Churchill is relaxed and happy on stage. His cheerful vibe comes through in interviews too.
Corrina Rose talks about her travels as a solo artist on Via Rail and the latest stage of her musical journey releasing her album Northeast Southwest.
Only one musician is brave enough to wear a candle on his head while he plays…