At just 21, Preston Pablo is making major headway in the effervescent world of R&B and pop music. Pablo brings a new perspective that is both refreshing and exciting.
When listening to her heart-wrenching ballads, the combination of her soft, country/folk twang and poetic prose feels exceptionally intimate, like the pages of a diary sung out loud in a dimly lit room. White’s lyrics go far beyond her 22 years of age, making sense of even the most complex emotions. It’s emo excellence.
Dancing alone in your bedroom, you belt out lyrics dripping in angst, your body moving spontaneously to pop-punk guitar riffs. You feel the rage and euphoria and confusion of youth. You feel alive. This is how it feels to listen to the honest, energy-laden, and distinctly Gen Z songs of renforshort
If you’re Canadian or enjoy Canadian culture, chances are you’re familiar with musician Sarah McLachlan. What you may not have known is McLachlan is also the founder and chair of the Sarah McLachlan School of Music (SoM).
It was the vast expanse of the desert in Joshua Tree National Park that gave her the vocabulary she needed to create the album.
Born Rita Claire Mike-Murphy in Pangnirtung, Nunavut (population 1,500), electro-pop artist Riit writes deeply personal songs that incorporate throat singing and are intended to offer support to Indigenous youth.
With the release of his new album, Wave, Patrick Watson is proving yet again his ability to innovate and push boundaries with his music.
Say the name Afie Jurvanen to a passerby and it may not mean much to them but the Canadian musician, better known as Bahamas, has been around the proverbial music-industry block more than a few times and this weekend he takes the stage in Squamish, BC.