The Vancouver guitarist once played 48 gigs in a single month, but that was before the outbreak of COVID-19.
When you think about it, music production might be the perfect self-isolating job for our pandemic times. On the other hand, it helps to be able to connect with peers and mentors.
Kamilah Apong has some advice for Canadian arts institution gatekeepers: listen to the youth.
The 29-year-old Israeli musician is one of the headliners at this year's Chutzpah! Festival in Vancouver.
The Polaris Music Prize was a bit different this year.
The Vancouver musician and theatre artist’s piano-driven songs and stories fuel her Little Volcano.
The virtual event includes the following B.C. writers: Annabel Lyon, Wade Davis, Caroline Adderson, Thomas Homer-Dixon, Nancy Lee, Aislinn Hunter, Charles Demers, Shaena Lambert, Lorna Crozier, Cicely Belle Blain, Seth Klein, and Tanya Lloyd Kyi.
COVID-19 hasn't stopped Scott Smith from rocking out.
The COVID-19 pandemic has hit a lot of musicians hard.
For Mustafa, repping Toronto's Regent Park means coping with extreme loss—he has a staggering number of friends to mourn.
U.S. Girls’ Heavy Light might be the last album of its kind—at least for the foreseeable future.
Our guide to TaiwanFest highlights the annual Vancouver festival that celebrates Taiwanese identity.