Les Hay Babies' Six Favourite Places in Moncton

Les Hay Babies are a folk trio based in Moncton, New Brunswick. Their most recent album, La 4ième dimension (version longue), came out in 2016 on Simone Records. They gave us a tour their hometown highlights. Location photos by Matt Williams. SDV Vintage (327 Mountain Rd.) The only one its kind in the region, SDV

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Remembering Jóhann Jóhannsson

Icelandic composer Jóhann Jóhannsson, who penned a slew influential solo albums and a number Hollywood scores, including The Theory Everything and Arrival, died in Berlin on Friday, February 9. John Twells looks back on a life artistic integrity, exploration and collaboration. I was wearing an Iron Maiden shirt when I met Jóhann Jóhannsson for the

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FACT mix 638: Circuit des Yeux

Haley Fohr aka Circuit des Yeux goes deep and dark with a chilling blend drones and tones. Back in 2007, Haley Fohr began to assemble her musical experimentations, recording a collection atonal folk vignettes that would form the basis her debut album Symphone. She released it on De Stijl under the Circuit des Yeux moniker

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Printworks is Opening a new 3,000-Capacity Venue

If you’ve heard Printworks, the former printing press, then you’ll know it was  transformed into a soundproed rave factory. Located in London, England, Printworks is expertly run by events and festivals company Broadwick Live. This absolutely breathtaking venue is set to launch another groundbreaking project this upcoming March. A brand new 3,000-capacity space, specifically designed to

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The 10 best film and TV scores of 2017

From Stranger Things 2 to Good Time.  2017 was a year that sent tremors through Hollywood, the debacle at this February’s Oscars foreshadowing even greater debacles to come as the year unfurled. From the revelations about Harvey Weinstein to Disney’s purchase Fox all the way to some very big budget box fice flops, it was a

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Daniel Caesar on Leaving the Church, the Rise of Toronto and His Amazing 2017

“You can’t reminisce too much. Because you’ve got to keep pushing forward, you know?”   Daniel Caesar is being modest. Looking back, the vocalist, songwriter and musician had a 2017 to kill for, especially for an R&B/soul artist from Canada. His debut full-length, the elliptically magical Freudian, surpassed expectations with its gospel-infused sound and swagger.

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Prestigious – The Man

Cleveland hype, Prestigious, hits us with his double release, “The Man,” with both the single and ficial video. A melodic track, boasting a confident, yet laid back, chill, piano led vibe provided by 08godz productions. Check out, “The Man,” below and more from Prestigious SoundCloud.

Miguel – War & Leisure (Album Cover/Tracklist)

Miguel is readying his fourth studio album titled “War & Leisure.” The 32-year old singer has revealed the tracklist with a partial list features for the project his Instagram account.  Confirmed guests include Travis Scott, J. Cole and Salaam Remi. We’ll provide the remaining features when they become available. “War & Leisure” will be released on

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Kelela Proves Her Breakthrough Has Arrived With Transcendent Concert at NYC's Bowery Ballroom

In 2012, rising R&B singer-songwriter Kelela opened for Solange at New York City's Bowery Ballroom. On Monday night, she returned to the same stage — this time on her own headlining tour.  After releasing her commanding debut LP, Take Me Apart, early last month, Kelela has gained a larger, more mainstream following. The combination newfound fans with those who have followed her since her

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Tory Lanez Serves Up New Single 'I Sip'

Tory Lanez might drop his new album, Memories Don't Die, any time now but it seems he wants to build up some anticipation first. After a few weeks consecutive releases, Lanez unveiled another cut from his upcoming album titled “I Sip” on Zane Lowe's Beats 1 radio show on Thursday (Nov. 16).  Lanez's previously released singles find the rapper toying

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