Month: May 2018


Video interview: Kinnie Starr

On songwriting, gender balance, Indigenous issues

Video: Cameron House honoured with Licensed to Play Award

At Live Music Industry Awards during Canadian Music Week 201...

ASCAP, BMI honour SOCAN members at 2018 screen music awards

Winners include Ed Robertson, #ComposersWhoScore Andrew Lock...

Jean-Michel Blais deconstructs his Dans Ma Main album

“What we hear says more than what’s said”

Asif Illyas’ Flight Deck

Talking music on a homemade aircraft simulator

Alfa Rococo : No time to lose

Duo is both hopeful and pessimistic on L’Amour et le chaos

SOCAN lets music ring on Parliament Hill

Fourth annual reception boosts advocacy, hosts Minister of C...

SOCAN Elects New Board of Directors for 2018-’21

Five additional women added, bringing near-gender-parity to ...

Women dominate 2018 SOCAN Songwriting Prize finalists

Vote online & through social media starting now; winner rece...

Kenekt Québec 2018: A High-Calibre Year

Seventeen SOCAN members leave their comfort zones, reveal th...

How does Scott Helman write his songs?

Find out in SOCAN’s video interview

Jasmine Netsena wins first SOCAN Foundation Indigenous Songwriter Award

TD Bank Group contributes $10,000 for inaugural honour

“How I did it”: Grand Analog earns more than 65 song placements

Co-publisher explains their path to synchronization success

SOCAN presents No. 1 Song Award to Robyn Dell’Unto for “I See Gold”

Nashville-based pro songwriter co-wrote chart-topper with Th...

SOCAN hot on the scene at CMW 2018!

We present a session, grant an award, judge a competition, c...

Sound Advice: “How Do I Apply For Funding?” – Part Two

A practical guide to various funding options available to mu...

Entrepreneurs: The Good Guys behind Good Vibes

Jason Murray, “Babyface” Edmonds run their own kind of s...

SOCAN presents awards to Kobalt Music Publishing

For songs by PARTYNEXTDOOR, Ria Mae, Olly Murs

In the Spotlight: Zach Zoya

From Rouyn-Noranda to the world

Sound Advice: “How do I apply for funding?” – Part One

A submission guide for a sampling of available music grants

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