The Quiet Radio Revolution
Mon, 24/11/08 – 15:48 | One Comment

Currently there is a quite evolution going on at radio. Things have changed and it is this writer’s opinion that they will never go back to the way it used to be.

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Liam Titcomb
Tue, 28/07/09 – 17:22 | One Comment
Liam Titcomb

Canadian singer songwriter Liam Titcomb releases his long awaited new single “Comes to Mind”
This summer Liam has decided to fund raise for War Child (an NPO that he really supports) …

Prototype A
Fri, 10/07/09 – 13:36 | No Comment
Prototype A

Prototype-A’s first self-titled full-length album, combines dark melodic rock with electronic music such as house, trance and drum ‘n’ bass, and lyrics that range from freeing your mind and body to exploring your sixth sense.
“It’s …

Claire Hayek-Gotta Go
Wed, 18/03/09 – 17:35 | No Comment
Claire Hayek-Gotta Go

Gotta Go is the debut single from Canadian Singer songwriter Claire Hayek. This song is fresh and light in spirit with an up-tempo beat, making Gotta Go a great song for a spring release.
Claire has …

Adriana Lombardo-Let You Go
Sun, 15/02/09 – 23:35 | 21 Comments
Adriana Lombardo-Let You Go

This incredibly distinguished and mature voice belongs to 14 year old Brampton native, Adriana Lombardo.

Like so many talented performers before her, she was raised in a home alive with music of all varieties… her creativity and talent constantly embraced and encouraged. Her music and vocal style have been inspired by her favourite female performers including, Avril Lavigne, Christina Aguilera, Celine Dion, Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey.

Shobha-Always On Your Feet
Sun, 15/02/09 – 23:31 | No Comment
Shobha-Always On Your Feet

Born of Indian descent, her interest in musical “flavors” drew her to diverse sounds from Jamaica to the Bronx. Within her family, her father enjoyed writing poetry, directing plays and composing songs in many different languages native to India; her mother studied and taught Sanskrit, a sacred language rich in poetry, music and philosophy. This deep “world view” laid the groundwork for what would become her sound.

Zameer
Sun, 15/02/09 – 23:21 | No Comment
Zameer

Zameer and his musical mentor and elder brother, songwriter Ali Rizvi, started out doing cover gigs in their living room as children. They would play air guitar on tennis racquets and lip synch to Guns N’ Roses and Soundgarden tunes. A little over a decade later in 2007, the pair found themselves in a studio with 5-time Grammy-winning producer Steve Thompson, who mixed both Guns N’ Roses’ and Soundgarden’s debut albums.

Ron Davis
Wed, 11/02/09 – 17:36 | No Comment
Ron Davis

Ron Davis is a pianist in the great virtuoso tradition. His music is rooted in the swing and post-bop idioms. Active and popular on the jazz scene, Ron has played across the world. In Canada, …

Chantal Chamberland-“The Other Woman”
Wed, 11/02/09 – 17:28 | No Comment
Chantal Chamberland-“The Other Woman”

Elegance comes in many forms, but you’ll find none so beguiling and bedazzling as Montreal’s own Chantal Chamberland. 2008 will be a break through year with Chantal’s highly anticipated 4th release, The Other Woman. Produced …

Westran
Wed, 11/02/09 – 17:23 | One Comment
Westran

Westran was founded in 2007 by Canadian singer-songwriter Brant Westran and lead guitarist Adam Robinson. Their new album ‘3 in the morning’ is a fusion of hard rock, lingering melodies and the occasional …

Sophie Young-”Waiting For The Sun”
Wed, 11/02/09 – 17:08 | No Comment
Sophie Young-”Waiting For The Sun”

Montreal singer/songwriter Sophie Young has been perfecting her craft since the late 1990s. With her first band, Modern Stories, Young toured …