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Folk Musician Joy Oladokun Makes Peace With The Present On Sophomore Record, “in defense of my own happiness (vol. 1)”

Music has become instrumental in influencing generation after generation – the voice that helps create a better world. Allowing us to remember the past, create the present, and inspire the future. Raised in a traditional Nigerian household on the outskirts of Phoenix, in the small desert city of Casa Grande, singer/songwriter Joy Oladokun describes her […]

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The Cabaret Quicksand Share New Single “Colours,” Featuring Serena Pryne of The Mandevilles

Kicking off the New Year, Niagara-based band The Cabaret Quicksand is back with a brand-new indie-folk tune, “Colours,” featuring powerhouse frontwoman Serena Pryne of The Mandevilles. In today’s world, we often find ourselves being pre-judged whether it be being accepted or rejected by the colours used to describe and label one’s appearance, occupation, or political […]

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