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New Song, New Video from Olivia Brown: “Who Cares”

This remarkably funky tune defies categorization. Perhaps progressive funk makes the most sense? The groove is hard and tight. Follow Olivia on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/oliviabrown.music/

Musician Inspires us to Support a Worthy Cause

Lisa Sugar is a Canadian singer/songwriter who wrote and recorded a song about a precious dog named Katie. This young dog was found homeless...

Music of Canadian Women Includes Several World Premieres

Here's a great little interview of the Mercer sisters on Sesay magazine: http://sesaya.com/2019/04/mercer-duo/

Raddleshack

Hey! We’re raddleshack, a local Hamilton band who have for a number of years been involved in the Hamilton music scene playing venues such...

New Release ‘Breathe’ Marks Debut For SamMakesNoise

Samuel Noack is a local music producer. Today marks the release of his debut personal music project under the name SamMakesNoise. SamMakesNoise is about to release an...

Lee Reed Releases “Before and Aftermath”

#BeforeAndAftermath, the #SFdigi debut of @FreeLeeReed, DROPS TODAY! MP3 Download & 7-Inch Lathe Cut Record (limited to 30 copies) are available from SFR @ https://t.co/QzdRiOQ6ZU or...

Scott Orr Releases ‘Worried Mind’

You can preorder my new album "Worried Mind" now on @Bandcamp on cassette and digital! https://t.co/Tc51TGX3Vm — Scott Orr (@scottorrmusic) September 11, 2018

POESY Releases Strange Little Girl

My new single "Strange Little Girl" is out today! It's yours now. ✨ https://t.co/vJkKtlRbFI pic.twitter.com/FngTVMflFd — POESY (@poesyofficial) October 19, 2018

M.L. Holton’s ‘CANADADA: TAKE TWO’ – A Rich Musical Adventure

A world of styles and timbres can be heard including afro-cuban rhythms, folk melodies, space-age effects, electronic synthesized sounds, conventional guitars, violins. Herein lies the source of interest to the listener, where every musical track has something original or intriguing which evokes surprise and joy.

New Music: A Brief History of American Space Travel by moon:and:6

The first solo effort of Canadian producer and recording engineer Michael Chambers, A Brief History Of American Space Travel is a meticulously told story of the American space program from 1958 to 2011. At 29 minutes in length, it's a mini concept album that reveals new details with each listen.
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