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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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The Fugitives Release Historical Musical Documentary Honouring Remembrance Day

The Fugitives, a folk-collective headed by songwriters Adrian Glynn and Brendan McLeod, have toured extensively throughout Canada, Western Europe, and the UK. Joined by banjo player Chris Suen (Viper Central) and violinist Carly Frey (The Coal Porters), the group has earned a reputation for unforgettable live shows, brimming with complex harmonies, infectious storytelling, and top-notch […]

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Track-by-Track: BadCameo’s Full Length Record ‘BadCameo Out Loud’

Take a ride with me on the funk train. Next stop, Charlotte, North Carolina where we’re introduced to “Indie-Funk Fusion” trio, BadCameo. Lando Pieroni (Vocals, Guitar), Geoff Weber (Keyboard, Bass), and Dan Mead (Drums) have hit the ground running since their formation in September of 2017. Landing on Spotify’s “Fresh Finds” playlist, they have since […]

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Alex Cuba Unveils New Music Video For “Esta Situación”

Cuban-Canadian singer-songwriter Alex Cuba seems to have found a happy medium; fusing pop-soul hooks and rock chords with subtle jazz influences, ultimately engineering a sophisticated, yet tasteful sound. His music can be described as a tribute to modern-day Canadian living and traditional Cuban roots, harmonizing the warmth of a tropical soul with the wonder of […]

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PREMIERE: Cinzia And The Eclipse’s “Runaway”

Built on a foundation of emotional strength and honesty, singer-songwriter Cinzia carries with her a voice of purity and vulnerability, believing in a simple mantra of “Authenticity Over Everything.”  “If something does not connect with me, or those around me, on a deeper level, I will not bring myself to pursue it,” Cinzia explains. A […]

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PREMIERE: Navigate The Sky’s “Is It Just Me?”

“The pessimist complains about the wind; the optimist expects it to change; the realist adjusts the sails.” William Arthur Ward, Author of “Fountains of Faith” Through all that is life, we must learn to realize that the most control we can harness at any given time, is control over the present moment. It is you […]

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PREMIERE: Marlene Oak’s “Sailing Home”

Growing up on a small island outside Stockholm, singer-songwriter Marlene Oak turned to music as her way of expressing her notions of the world and those who live in it. “I was very confused as a child and when I grew up I realized how hard it is to be a human.” After spending her […]

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