Month: November 2017

Nicole Lizée: Woman Machine

Jan V. Matejcek Award winner fascinated by obsolete technolo...

London, Ontario: Music City

Growing the scene with an official office

Andréanne A. Malette: She did it all her way

Singer-songwriter bets on complete control

The Weather Station writes, records her “most ballsy” album

Tamara Lindeman gets more assertive, earning rave reviews

In the Spotlight: Heartstreets

“Having integrity, following instinct, expressing what we ...

Pro songwriter Emma-Lee had her own recording to do

Still co-wrote songs, but produced with ‘80s/’90s pop fe...

Miranda Mulholland addresses Economic Club of Canada

SOCAN's Stan Meissner, others, speak on “Redefining Succes...

Mara Tremblay: Free, with her loved ones

“I threw away what broke me”

Danny Michel, Ken Yates each win two 2017 Canadian Folk Music Awards

Yates, Luc de Larochellière, Twin Flames win songwriting ho...

Canadian Classics: “Jamaican Funk — Canadian Style” (1990)

Writers: Michie Mee, L.A. Luv, King Lou, Maximum, Phillip Ga...

Philippe Brach: Organizing Chaos

“Le Silence des troupeaux” is brief, sombre, dense

Theory of a Deadman earn SOCAN No. 1 Song Award for “Rx (Medicate)”

SOCAN holds “surprise” presentation to honour song

Loud looks back on “A Record Year”

Montréaler re-visits the writing of 10 new songs

Setting creativity ablaze with La Bronze

“I want women to stand up and impose their puissance”

SOCAN members honoured at 2017 ASCAP, BMI country music awards in U.S.

Winners include Steven Lee Olsen, Deric Ruttan, Kelly Archer

The role of Artificial Intelligence in Music

It can disrupt creation, but improve royalty tracking

Yamaha Canada Music donates gear to SOCAN Toronto office

For Harmony Lounge, home of our members’ “SOCAN Sessions...

An exclusive interview with world-renowned DJ A-Trak

Turntablist, producer, remixer, discusses his craft, history

Ryan Kennedy Finds Inner Peace

But reveals a dark side on wise, gentle sophomore album