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What is this year’s song of the summer? Here are 13 Canadian contenders

There are so many summer moods that finding the perfect song for the season is a big ask, but we love a challenge. Luckily, there are plenty of Canadian contenders to choose from, including a dance-club hit from Nelly Furtado,

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Artosphere fills the month of May with music, art, films, puppets and more

Outdoor music, a “Humongous Fungus,” puppet shows, films, yoga and pottery are among the free events planned all over Northwest Arkansas as part of the annual Walton Arts Center’s Artosphere Festival this May.

“Artosphere Festival, when it was founded, was

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‘Can’t Sleep’ EP – Kindelan

Kindelan recently completed the release of her EP ‘Can’t Sleep’ with the release of the title track. It contains four gorgeous, blissed-out 21st-century R&B tracks. We have already reviewed two of the tracks here at Mayhem Towers when they were

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Middle Eastern performers explore the meaning of home through music

A concert on Saturday at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ont., will explore the meaning of home for people who have been displaced or whose families have roots outside Canada.

The event is organized by Mary Azouz, a fifth-year community

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“The Girl Is Crying In Her Latte” – Sparks

Sparks are back and oh boy are the Mael brothers on top form. “The Girl Is Crying In Her Latte” is in my opinion one of their best singles ever. It stands alongside classics like “Amateur Hour” and “The Number

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Full moon lights the stage for Bog Lilies by the bay concert

Jessica Tice finds community and creative connections through music, performance, and a warehouse of wonderful weirdos. She brings that all together performing with the Bog Lilies, a Southern rock style band playing at Crooked River Lighthouse in Carrabelle on April

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Live music a perfect pairing at Salmon Arm winery

Live music is proving a popular pairing at Marionette Winery.

Along with a passion for wine making, Jamie Smith, who operates Marionette with partner Amanda Eastwood, is perhaps equally enamored with live music. A singer/songwriter himself, Smith over the years

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Emerging Black composer in San Francisco creates music fusing classical with rock

SAN FRANCISCO – The latest winner of the San Francisco Conservatory of Music’s Emerging Black Composers Project hopes to push barriers on the traditional lines of genres while also paying tribute to the place he proudly calls home.

Jens Ibsen

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The nuanced music series New World Beat is well worth watching, if you can find it

Host Lydia Persaud interviews James Baley, in the documentary New World Beat.Keenan Lynch/Handout

The good news is that a top-notch docuseries will spotlight a number of talented underground musicians in Toronto. The bad news is that after the six-part

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Cambridge band nominated for Canadian Folk Music Award

The Relative Minors’ album, The Full Circle, has gained national recognition from the Canadian Folk Music Awards

A popular Cambridge band that’s been entertaining the local children’s scene for over a decade has been named one of five finalists for

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