All posts by Pamela Roz

  • Interview – SYKAMORE

    Photo Credit: Sebastian Buzzalino A new year means amazing new music and SYKAMORE is who you need to start it all off. Not only do her...

  • Interview – Mikey Manville

    Photo: Courtesy of Hype Music Mikey Manville may be best known as the frontman for The Manvils, but he’s holding his own and doing it with...

  • Interview – LUCKYSTICKZ

    Photo Credit: LUCKYSTICKZ Dejehan Hamilton (aka LUCKYSTICKZ ) has got the rhythm of a drummer, the voice to take you away to warmer climates (if only...

  • Interview – Cat Clyde

    Photo Credit: Joe Lipstein Cat Clyde is the artist that everyone needs right now. On her debut album, Ivory Castanets, Cat manages to cover everything from country...

  • Interview – Josh Sahunta

    Josh Sahunta may just now be promoting his debut album Dissonance, but he’s been at music in one way or another for his entire life....

  • Interview – Exco Levi

    Exco Levi has been called Toronto’s “Reggae King” and for good reason(s). He’s got the slick beats, classic yet unique melodies, lyrics as honest as...

  • Interview – Warren Dean Flandez

    Photo Credit: Tracy Moromisato Sure, we can describe Warren Dean Flandez‘s sound as “gospel-inspired R&B Soul & Pop” and, that would be accurate! His passion for...

  • Interview – Tablelands

    At first listen to Tablelands, it’s easy to label him as a “folk artist”, but upon closer inspection, he is so much more. Sure, he’s...

  • Interview – Melissa Bel

    Music has been Melissa Bel’s passion for so long that she actually started singing before she could even speak! It’s no surprise, then, that upon...

  • Interview – The Karpinka Brothers

    Photo Credit: Susan Moss They sound retro, but also new. They’re prairie boys but have that East coast flare. They’ve got beards for days, but...

  • Interview – Mute Choir

    Mute Choir is a name you should get used to hearing. They’ve got the sound, they’ve got the look and frontman Sam Arion has got...

  • Interview – Jadea Kelly

    Photo Credit: Jen Squires Putting Jadea Kelly into a musical nutshell, she is haunting, melodic and honest, in the most beautiful ways. That’s the easy...

  • Interview – Kapri

    Photo Credit: Alex Evans From growing up in her mother’s Afro-Caribbean dance studio in Edmonton to becoming a serious choreographer & performer based in Toronto,...

  • Interview – Sweet Alibi

    Photo Credit: Jen Squires Coming to us from what has, at times, been called the “coldest place on the planet”, Sweet Alibi couldn’t provide a...