The Resurrection of Waskesu
Rod Bandura and Margit Gossage have broaght the legacy of First Nations group Waskesu into the 21st Century with their new Margit Sky Project. By Jim Dupuis.
When the Music Stopped
It is not just musicians who are idled by the Coronavirus. A whole industry of people who support the live music scene are put on the sidelines too, says industry veteran Joelle May. By Magnus Thyvold
Mingwa - The Strange One
...a great album that really stretches what world music can be, and seamlessly blends many styles of music.
The Shangs - Golden Hits of the Shangs
...the band had another side gig going on all the while. Starting in 1990, The Shangs were a psychedelic pop off-shoot that sound very little like the main project Simply Saucer.
Alex Cuba Sublime
...a great album that will fit fine into Canadian summers lounging around on the beach.
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