The Out Seer are a Vancouver rock band founded by guitarist, Ashley Pearce, as a means of pursuing creative projects and original music with friends. They are an active and educated group of young musicians, each holding diplomas from Selkirk College’s Contemporary Music & Technology Program in Nelson, British Columbia.
Encore – the fiery pop-rock group fronted by brothers Donald and Richard Plant, have stepped into the limelight as one of the music industry’s most vibrant new artists. Since their debut, the Plant brothers have launched themselves into orbit as a band that focuses on creating a community through their
Vancouver’s Aline Deanna aims to capture the present moment with poeticism and humor all wrapped up in a bow of timeless country melodies. Half French-Canadian half doukhobor, and born in the small mountain town of Nelson, British Columbia. Inspired by the likes of Emmylou Harris and Gillian Welch the spirit
Clare Siobhan (say “shuh-VON”), is an award-winning singer-songwriter from Truro, Nova Scotia who is making a home for herself in that cozy little intersection of folk, pop, and soul. Her layered harmonies paired with bright piano and ukulele lay the foundation for warm vocals that touch on connection, relationships, worry,
Toronto-rooted rock band Jane’s Party are on a course from campus cover band to revered indie rock outfit with a still-growing pile of achievements and accolades propelling their rise. Their viral hit “Daydream” has been streamed over 50 million streams and used in videos by Fortnite, Pittsburgh Penguins NHL, Insider,
The classic Bakersfield sound shines in “I Know How,” Shane Ghostkeeper’s new single “inspired by the chance to redeem a lifetime of terrible dancing as a dedication to the craft for my upcoming wedding with the love of my life.” The music video was conceptualized and directed by fiancée Sarah
Respected and revered alt-rock songwriter Ron Hawkins boasts a celebrated catalogue over 20 records deep – some are solo offerings, and others feature backing bands the Do Good Assassins or Rusty Nails. “Church of the Chemical D.J.” is a song about how we sedate ourselves against the hardships and austerities
Acclaimed Toronto singer-songwriter Julian Taylor and his band are sharing the initial version of his powerful 2022 single release, “Seeds,” taken from his most recent album, Beyond the Reservoir. “Seeds” stands for “Somehow, Everyone, Eventually, Dreams, Someday.” The song’s lyrics were initially taken from a text message which Taylor received