Feature Stories – Artists

Guessmi and Malko: The Nomad and The Vagabond

Headlining June 20th SOCAN showcase at Rendez-Vous Pros des ...

Abigail Lapell explores lifelong commitments to love, music

“Anniversary” album inspired by recurring events over th...

#ComposersWhoScore : Julien Mineau raises a storm

With original music from the film L’Ouragan F. Y. T

Better Together: Lost and Souldia, a human portrait

“There are too many things that unite us” – Lost

Kaia Kater’s healing hiatus

Screen composing residency transforms her songwriting

How Jeff Toyne scored Palm Royale

From clarinets to accordions, finding an instrument for each...

Bollywood North: Salim Merchant, of prolific duo Salim-Sulaiman

How he was “kidnapped” by the film industry

For Lori Yates, songwriting is a therapeutic companion

Four-decade career culminates in “Matador” album

P’tit Belliveau: Become an artist-entrepreneur, or build a house?

“If you just want to do music, don’t be an independent, ...

Jordan Gagne: A seasoned professional scores “The Rookie”

Screen composer’s path to a higher profile

Mikel Hurwitz, organizer of sounds

Composer, musician, producer, conductor

For New West, final version of each song “depends on what it wants to be”

Collaborative quartet earns more than 100 million views

Uninhibited SadBoi writes short, sharp songs

Eclectic singer-songwriter makes demos in her bathroom

Vandelux: Hedge fund COO becomes full-time singer-songwriter

Ever-evolving electronic/dance musician hits 80 million stre...

Beverly Glenn-Copeland releases first album in almost 20 years

80-year-old has enjoyed unexpected career renaissance in the...

Walking Through the Fire (of Truth and Reconciliation)

Sultans of String collaborate with Indigenous musicians

For Aphrose, motherhood clarified her purpose

Neo-soul singer moves from background to forefront

Keys N Krates: Let’s play house

From electronic eclecticism to focused simplicity

#ComposersWhoScore : Medhat Hanbali, The Specialist

A conversation about the trade and how it’s learned

For Fefe Dobson, melody comes first

Returning on a wave of resurgent pop-punk