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'The Best Is Yet To Come': the new single from @SuzieMcNeil. Check out her new lyric video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Z2pGq3V4Xw

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We are excited to be working with @MotleyCrue and their new single 'All Bad Things.' Check out the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=joOuqnCQhYU

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Facebook, Twitter and YouTube are the ‘Triple Threat’ when it comes to marketing your music online as an independent musician, but maybe it’s time to think about other sites that may have been overlooked. As always, we encourage artists to only use the…

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Recently, Toronto’s classic rock station Q107 decided to do a shift in the music they play. Added to their classic rock playlist were the hits of the 90s like Nirvana, Soundgarden and Temple of the Dog. Most surprisingly, ‘classic rock sounding’ hits of…

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Today we sit down with Canadian country artist Jess Moskaluke, who recent released her album ‘Light Up The Night’ featuring the new single ‘Cheap Wine and Cigarettes’ (at the time of this podcast, flying up the charts to #23 on the BDS Country Spins…

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Canadian Music Week was amazing! We went to panels, both at CMW and the Digital Media Summit, and of course saw lots of bands. In today’s episode Amber, Roo and India talk about some of the most memorable things they learned from the industry experts who…

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Lay down on the couch. Dim the lights. How are you feeling? …no, seriously, how is your band feeling? Today’s episode of Radio Dale looks at the importance of inter-band communication so that you can help avoid problems down the road. Radio Dale is the…

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There are dozens of campus radio stations across Canada, which are among dozens of colleges and universities where students are hungry for new music. It’s always a good idea for a new artist to consider schools as a way to spread the word about their…

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  It’s January! The month of new goals, fresh starts, starting over, thinking over your year and, perhaps…overthinking your year as well. Last year, I suggested you choose three words to help clarify your goals for the year. Three words you can come back…

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Check out the new video from @chadbrownlee for 'When The Lights Go Down'! http://ow.ly/GS68M
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