The indie folk artist from Lyttelton, New Zealand talks about his new break-up record and the openness in his voice.
The frontman for the Montreal band goes DIY on his solo record, albeit with some significant assists.
An interview with Montreal independent synth-pop soul singer Caila Thompson-Hannant.
An interview with the Montreal folk-rock singer-songwriter about her second album, TYNES.
An interview with Nolin about the challenges of rising stardom and how music pulled her out of despair.
An interview with Moore about her new record, Fooled By the Fun, launching this week.
We spoke to Toronto musician Jennifer Castle about her collaboration with choreographer Ame Henderson: Voyager, coming to Montreal’s FTA fest next week.
Five years after her death, the singer-songwriter has forever become part of Montreal’s musical landscape, alongside Leonard Cohen and Arcade Fire.
We spoke to the NYC-based singer-songwriter ahead of his hometown record launch for Break of Day, a brilliant debut album.
We spoke to the Québécois pop singer-songwriter about his new record, his musical quest and the nagging feeling that he needs to get a real job.