Review – Guy Bélanger

Album: Traces and Scars Release Date: March 24, 2017 Download Genre: Blues/Folk Coming from Quebec with his melodic sounds of harmonica solos and straight acoustic guitar play is Guy Bélanger and his newest album Traces and Scars. As a blues fan I am impressed with this album, as it leaves room in the first few songs to actually write your […]

Interview – John Cody

Montreal based John Cody has released his fourth and final album, ‘Hard Won: The Final Recordings’ today (May 26, 2017). The album is said to tell tales of Cody’s life when it comes to love, fame and mental illness. The album unfortunately comes after Cody being diagnosed with Larynx cancer, but despite doctors telling him it will […]

Festival d’été de Québec announces final round of programming

This morning via Facebook LIVE, Festival d’été de Québec announced that they are pleased to welcome viral hit-maker Danny Brown, producer and collabortive favourite Anderson. Paak, R&B artist Kelela and many more to the 2017 Festival lineup. Also on the list of the final additions to the programming are Canadian Beats favourites, Birds of Bellwoods, […]

Countdown to Pouzza Fest 2017 – Interview with Snacks?

Photo cred: Roberto LoRusso Montreal’s Pouzza Fest takes place later this week from May 19-21, and we’re happy that we’ve had the chance to count down to this festival with you. We have been chatting with a number of the Canadian lineup to get everyone ready for the big event, and we are having a blast […]

Festival Country de Lotbinière announce lineup

Quebec is known for their major festivals and rodeos throughout the summer season. For the third year in a row, Festival Country de Lotbinière has announced another great line up for their summer festival kicking off in June! Located about two hours east of Montreal and about 40 minutes west of Quebec City, Festival Country […]

Countdown to Pouzza Fest 2017 – Interview with BOIDS

Montreal’s Pouzza Fest takes place later this week from May 19-21, and we’re happy that we’ve had the chance to count down to this festival with you. We have been chatting with a number of the Canadian lineup to get everyone ready for the big event, and we are having a blast doing so. Today, we […]

The City that Fun Forgot? The exhilaration of Ottawa’s music festivals in the Sesquicentennial year

OTTAWA, ON – They say that Ottawa is the city that fun forgot, and there is some truth to that.  Just this week there was a story in the Ottawa Citizen on how there were 2,000 seats left unclaimed at the Canadian Tire Centre for the first game of the second round of the Stanley […]