Category: Industry News
Toronto, April 21, 2015 – With festival season fast approaching, Canadian Music Week (CMW) and SOCAN have partnered to achieve a first for Canada by awarding the major music conference and festival with a special LICENSED TO PLAY designation.
After confirming …More »
AWARDS TO BE HANDED OUT MAY 9TH
AT THE GRAND BALLROOM, SHERATON CENTRE IN TORONTO
Canadian Music Week is proud to announce the nominees for the 2015 SiriusXM Indies – 15th Annual Independent Music Awards. ALVVAYS, Caribou, Mac DeMarco and Death From Above 1979 are among …More »
Additional performers include:
Alvvays, The Glorious Sons, Broncho and Miracles
Saturday, May 9, 2015 | Grand Ballroom – Sheraton Centre (123 Queen St. W.)
Doors: 7:00pm | Show: 8:00pm | Ticket price: $39.50 (plus taxes & SC)
Canadian Music Week is proud to announce this year’s …More »
Canadian Music Week is thrilled to announce the second round of 2015 festival headliners, including Joey Bada$$, Swervedriver, Lucki Eck$, The Psychedelic Furs, Mick Jenkins, Death Cab for Cutie, Leon Bridges, JMSN and more (see below). The new additions join …More »
Canadian Music Week Announces Headlining Performers
The Jesus And Mary Chain, Faith No More, Kiesza, GoldLink, Billy Talent, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds and more!
– May 1-10, 2015 –
Canadian Music Week (CMW) announces a stellar list of headlining artists as part …More »
Canada’s standing at the 57th annual is spartan given the awards program nominates five entrants each across 82 categories (yes, you read that correctly: 82). Rudely, MAGIC’s summertime hit “Rude” fails to make the cut, but Drake, the Arcade Fire and …More »
Just ahead of last week’s Thanksgiving festivities of turkey guzzling and mad midnight shopping sprees, BMG and Round Hill Music filed a lawsuit Stateside that could prove to be an important test case under American copyright law of the obligations, …More »
Once the clock strikes midnight on Nov. 28, we can officially wrap the turkey in tin foil and break out the Christmas music without judgment.
In this holiday playlist, there’s a little mix of Bing Crosby, ‘N Sync and Sufjan Stevens to remind us that …More »