Including a stay at SOCAN House in Nashville, and $1,000 cash prize
Hymn to love co-written with Jacques Perron
Beat-making workshop a hit at SOCAN-sponsored conference
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“It’s the first of my albums that I listen to for my own enjoyment”
“I want to be guided by simplicity and pleasure”
This jigsaw puzzle is constantly re-inventing its pieces
All Features »
How SOCAN Collects for Online Use
From Serena Ryder, Laurence Nerbonne, Kardinal Offishall, and more
How you get paid when someone mechanically reproduces your music
All Sound Advice »
Currently lobbying government on several key issues
Adapting to constant, disruptive technological shifts
De nombreux changements et innovations
All From the Top »
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Words + Music is the online magazine of SOCAN, the Society of Composers, Authors and Music Publishers of Canada. Just as SOCAN was formed in 1990 by the merger of its predecessor Canadian performing rights organizations PROCAN and CAPAC, their separate magazines merged in 1994 to form Words + Music. Our mission is to provide interesting, high-quality content about the increasingly exciting and
Han Han, Casey Mecija, Kimmortal
Enjoying “some caterpillar-to-butterfly” stuff
To co-writers of “Keep It Simple,” “What A Song Should...
Winners of Country, Hip-Hop/Rap Awards at 30th SOCAN Awards ...
Accented by her explosive live performance
Producer duo to receive International Award at 30th SOCAN Aw...
Confronting the ruthless, hungry spirit of “Windigo”
SOCAN hosts VIP Lounge during Main Event finals
Friendly young Iqaluit rapper exposes sometimes dark reality
SOCAN Songwriting Prize 2019 winners discusses their process
MC Tronel explains himself
SOCAN Songwriting Prize 2019 winners visit our Toronto offic...
Parkscapes creates opportunity for students, raises money fo...
It’s all about the energy of what they create
ESPN remix of “The Anthem” sparks his creative renewal
The miracle of life, and the art of aging gracefully
"It’s important that you don’t corner yourself too early...
New EP Blacklist sees him toning down without selling out
Why it took six years to make his JUNO-nominated album
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