“My advice to any artists out there that are facing self-doubt and discouragement is to find your tribe of people who love you and believe in you and surround yourself with them. Know and trust that you are an artist, for real. You are enough, and you can.”
The highly-anticipated debut album from Canada’s Kyle Richardson has finally hit the streaming sites – an eleven-track playlist of evocative and uplifting pop classics, beginning with the unmistakable anthem that is Can You Hear Me.
Classic pop meets with contemporary design, as Canadian songwriter and artist Chayce Kennedy delivers a quickly catchy new single, for Mr. Super Fine.
The song quickly brings through Sherry’s leading voice, a nostalgic depth and soulful melody uniting to add a whole new layer of energy, humanity and heart to proceedings.
Already renowned across the Canadian live scene, The History Of Gunpowder continue to break down the boundaries of live performance, showcasing what’s truly possible when authenticity and skill join forces in a fearlessly unedited setting.
Releasing in solidarity with Ukraine, Steve Major’s latest single Torn brings immersive production and gritty rock vocals together amidst a heartfelt, alt-pop arrangement of passion and power.
An inspiring anthem as well as something of a potential floor-filler if remixed, you can visualize the togetherness that a song like this would impart amidst audiences at a live show.
Justine Blanchet takes a subtle step away from classic country vibes with the contemporary pop twists and turns of her new single Heart Less.
“There are SO many artists out there doing what we do. You really need to stand out above the crowd by just digging deep into your niche and unique style.”
Boldly reminding listeners of the value of the album as an artistic format, songwriter and artist Maddisun takes full advantage of the creative space.
From the depths of uncertainty and loss, through the power of the self and the blessings of tomorrow, Unbroken encapsulates it all – the journey of a life, with all of its complexities and gifts.
Bringing together the familiar organic embrace of country with a pop-ready overtone and a huge chorus, Justine Blanchet keeps things emotive and honest, for the relatable new single Hard To Love.