Vinyl Cafe: Now and Then

Stuart McLean and the Vinyl CaféThe Vinyl Café ran from 1994 until 2015 as an hour-long variety show aired by CBC Radio One and carried by the BBC and public

Owen Pallett

Owen Pallett: Now and Then

Owen Pallett is a composer, violinist, keyboardist, and vocalist. He has released a string of critically praised solo recordings, winning the Polaris Prize in 2006. He currently releases albums with

Leonard Sumner

Leonard Sumner: Now and Then

Anishinaabe MC/Singer/Songwriter Leonard Sumner’s storytelling flows directly from the shores of Little Saskatchewan First Nation, located in the heart of the Interlake of Manitoba.   Sumner’s self-determined sound is evidence of

Alanna Gurr: Presented by DGBA

A graceful storyteller and a mesmerizing performer, Alanna Gurr is a bold and unique voice in the world of contemporary Canadian song writing. With work that presents stories of personal

Cots: Presented by Kazoo! Fest

Cots is a new project from Steph Yates (Esther Grey, Cupcake Ductape, French Perfume). Borrowing elements of bossa nova, folk, jazz, and classical, Yates’s subtly unconventional composition style and poetics

Elaquent: Presented by DGBA

Elaquent has seen music through two prisms. On one hand, the producer born Sona Elango has witnessed its power as a connective tissue that brings people in a city––a culture––together.

Dustin Seabrook: Presented by GFF

Dustin Seabrook is a local filmmaker (STILL Creates), musician (Minotaurs, Odd Years, Tin Tongues) and music producer (STILL) that has been bringing people together with the mini Docuseries, “Project Isolation.”

Bonnie Trash: Presented by DGBA

Bonnie Trash (Guelph, ON) is the grungy, psych-goth project of twin sisters Emmalia and Sarafina Bortolon-Vettor. They mix communication theory, social commentary, horror, and their ancestral Italian folklore into their

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