All posts by Pamela Roz

  • Interview – Sean Jones

    Photo Credit: Thomas Bollmann If you’ve been missing the sounds of old-school greats Sam Cook, Donny Hathaway, Marvin Gaye or Otis Redding, Sean Jones is...

  • Interview – Lyric Dubee

    Photo Credit: Maryanne Bilham For those missing the “good ol’ days” of big hair and big guitar licks, Lyric Dubee is the artist for you! With...

  • Interview – Les Stroud

    Whether you call him a musician, author, activist, Survivorman or any of his other chosen paths, Les Stroud knows our time on this planet is,...

  • Interview – SLOW

    Photo Supplied by PR There may be a few names that come to mind when you think of Canadian punk rockers, but SLOW is one...

  • Interview – Cole Malone

    Photo Credit: Ronnie Rabena (Hyper Ignition Studios) Country musician, humble Canadian, family man. No matter the label you put on Cole Malone, they all add...

  • Interview with Guilhem Martinez

    Photo Supplied by PR Guilhem Martinez knows music. May it be writing or recording it with his band, Lost Love or helping found Pouzza Fest...

  • Interview – iLLvibe

    Photo Credit: Illnote Studios It’s clear from the first rhyme on iLLvibe‘s newest album, AntiGravity, that he knows hip-hop, inside & out. Listen further, though,...

  • Interview – Jessica Speziale

    Photo Credit: Katherine Holland You know when you want to listen to some great tunes, but can’t quite decide which genre you’re in the mood...

  • Interview – JULES

    Photo Credit: Francesca Ludikar Most people in their mid-teens are still figuring out their passions. Jules, though? She’s got the music thing, both vocally & lyrically,...

  • Interview – T. Thomason

    Photo Credit: Monica Phung Missing the good ‘ol days of rock n’ roll, but craving a grunge vibe? T. Thomason’s dishing it out on his...

  • Interview – Steve Strongman

    Photo Credit: Matt Barnes Is Steve Strongman blues? Jazz? Rock? You could answer any or all of the above, but one thing’s for sure; this...

  • Interview – Ammoye

    Photo Credit: SirCharlie Photography With a reggae base to Ammoye‘s music, it’s easy to feel a light-hearted nature but listen closely to her lyrics to feel...

  • Interview – The Real McKenzies

    Photo Credit: Kitt Woodland 25 years, 10 albums and more live performances than many Canadian bands could only imagine, The Real McKenzies are the definition of...

  • Interview – U.S. Girls

    Photo Credit: Colin Medley U.S. Girls (aka Meg Remy) knows what’s what when it comes to releasing an album that works as a departure from the...