Music


The Global Groove Network: How Music Shapes Identity

The Global Groove Network: How Music Shapes Identity

Sometimes when you hear a particular song or lyric you are immediately transported back in time and can clearly remember how you were feeling and what you were doing at that particular moment or point in life. A certain song...
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Heard Before the Herd: Week of June 21, 2012

Heard Before the Herd is your disconnect from the radio, playing seemingly the same song on repeat without end. Plus, it's a chance to discover up-and-coming Canadian talent that should definitely have a place on your iPod...
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Heard Before the Herd: Week of June 13, 2012

Heard Before the Herd is your disconnect from the radio, playing seemingly the same song on repeat without end. Plus, it's a chance to discover up-and-coming Canadian talent that should definitely have a place on your iPod
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Heard Before the Herd: Week of May 21, 2012

This week's selection of notable Canadian music talent is highlighted by a rural Atlanta folk/inde rock band and a Montreal-based group with a seriously psychedelic sound. Here's what you should have on your iPod
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Heard Before the Herd

Considering the radio these days is only bearable for about a quarter of an hour, it's essential to have an iPod stocked full of new music at any given time of day. It's even better when that music consists mainly of homegrown talent. Here are five Canadian bands and artists you should definitely have on your playlist
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Soundscape: Five Shows You Don't Want to Miss

From electro DJ sets to multi-instrumentalist performances, we've scoured the city's music listings to come up with five shows you don't want to miss in Toronto this weekend. Get your dancing shoes on and expect a few long nights
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Community and Engagement Meet at The AREA

It's no secret that the sharing of ideas often yields the best results when it comes to creating something truly unique and creative. The AREA in Calgary's Inglewood neighbourhood was created for just that, offering a collaborating space for those in arts, recreation, education, environment, and agriculture
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YEDaily: Jory Kinjo

After jazz was removed as a major from Jory Kinjo’s university program, he took to the road with an R&B band, where he learned the beauty and passion of singing and song writing from some of the world’s best “teachers”, including the Tragically Hip and ZZ Top in today’s YEDaily
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YEDaily: Jory Kinjo

After jazz was removed as a major from Jory Kinjo’s university program, he took to the road with an R&B band, where he learned the beauty and passion of singing and song writing from some of the world’s best “teachers”, including the Tragically Hip and ZZ Top in today’s YEDaily
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