Month: September 2019


In the Spotlight: Stint

Serving the artist, where “less is more”

SOCAN mourns the passing of screen composer Walter Rathie

Almost 20 years of scoring for film & TV, after an extensive...

Three Filipinx SOCAN members discuss making music on their own terms

Han Han, Casey Mecija, Kimmortal

SOCAN Montreal 30th Awards: Cœur de pirate, Songwriter of the Year

She also wins Popular Music Award, for “Prémonition”

SOCAN 30th Montréal Awards: Kashtin wins a SOCAN Classic

“E Uassiuian” is first SOCAN Classic awarded to a First ...

In the Spotlight: Prado

Enjoying “some caterpillar-to-butterfly” stuff

SOCAN Montréal 30th Awards: Hubert Lenoir wins a Popular Music honour

For mega-hit “Fille de personne II”

Simon Kearney: Hold On, I’m Coming!

Stepping out of his comfort zone on Maison ouverte

30th SOCAN Montréal Awards: Jean Leloup wins his first Classics

For “Isabelle,” “Cookie,” and “1990”

SOCAN 30th Montréal Awards: Ginette Reno pays homage to Diane Juster

“Je ne suis qu’une chanson” receives Cultural Impact A...

LyricMerch: Lucrative wording, printed on demand

Licensing lyrics for T-shirts, mugs, even shower curtains

SOCAN Awards in Montréal: a spectacular, poignant 30th Anniversary

Cœur de pirate, Banx & Ranx, FouKi among the honoured

David Murphy et Cie: Publishing at Heart

Winner of Publisher Award at 30th SOCAN Awards in Montréal

SOCAN presents No. 1 Song Awards to three chart-toppers in four days

Aux créateurs de « Keep It Simple », « What a Song...

Country & Hip-Hop: FouKi, Matt Lang and Claude Bégin meet

Winners of Country, Hip-Hop/Rap Awards at 30th SOCAN Awards ...

Rae Spoon: Preserving Mental Health

Singer-songwriter finds relief in creativity, connection

James Gelfand & Louise Tremblay: Home Movies

Screen Composers of the Year at 2019 Montréal SOCAN Awards

Bruce Cockburn Interview, Part Two: Guitar

On studying at Berklee, his tone, and “playing ignorant”

Seven SOCAN #ComposersWhoScore win awards at 2019 Gémeaux

Handed out during Technical and Documentary Gala

Haviah Mighty wins 2019 edition of $50,000 Polaris Prize

Accented by her explosive live performance

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