One music studio in Brampton is keeping the universal language alive
By Ariel Brookes Inside the waiting room of the Yellow Dog Music School, the lively melody of the electric guitar and the deep pulse of the drums can be felt in the vibrations in the walls. The drums and guitar aren’t playing in sync, they are coming from two different practice rooms. The chaotic feeling…
Radio stations like G98.7 give a voice to the Caribbean community.
The enigmatic Revo moves unlike anyone else and he has nothing but time. He’s developed a sound alien to the GTA in Death Beyond the Stars and he likes it that way.
A coffee shop with a beat; Archtop has captured Mississauga’s heart with its musical theme.
By Pooja Rambaran It was New Year’s Eve 2015 when sound engineer Rajen Mistry was setting up the equipment for the live band performances at May, a Vietnamese dive-bar. May sat on the bustling street of Dundas West, its basement left forlorn, collecting years of dust. Not long after the clock had ticked down to…
From Agincourt to Australia: Why Henry’s Records is known around the world for his advice
By Stacey Nguyen As Hugo Lee walked out onto the stage, he was met with a black screen that separated him from his listeners. His footsteps were muted against the carpet which led him to where he’d be performing. Even as he started playing, the audience with trained ears didn’t want to know who was…
As the resurgence of vinyl continues, Pop Music is creating a space for new vinyl and a community for collectors in the east end of the city
Devin Blake is the owner of ‘Class One Record’, a record store in Scarborough that has been open for 20 years.