For Winnipeg's Sierra Noble, there’s truly no place like home. Which makes her session at Stereobus Recording extra special.

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In the latest episode of DD Xposed, Kakekaze takes you inside Ableton Live to break down his beat-making process and share some secrets of the trade.

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A look back at the historic 2017 Juno Awards featuring William Prince, A Tribe Called Red, Tanya Tagaq, Crystal Shawanda, July Talk, Sarah McLachlan, Vince Fontaine, Amanda Rheaume and Midnight Shine's Adrian Sutherland.

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What. A. Weekend. In addition to an epic opening performance by A Tribe Called Red featuring Tanya Tagaq and Black Bear Singers, the 2017 Juno Awards featured some huge wins for Indigenous artists across the nation: Ottawa’s own ATCR won Producer of the Year, Winnipeg singer-songwriter William Prince won Contemporary Roots Album of the Year, Yellowknife’s Quantum Tangle took home […]

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The guys from Midnight Shine recently met up for a rare recording session at Jukasa Studios. And left with their best track yet.

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Punkabilly duo Jason Camp & The Posers on life in Haida Gwaii, raging against the machine and more.

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Winnipeg's William Prince on everything from songwriting and influences to his heritage and fatherhood.

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A look back at the 2016 Salmon Arm Roots & Blues Festival, featuring Whitehorse, Digging Roots, Great Lake Swimmers, Crystal Shawanda, The Bros. Landreth and more.

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Whether onstage or on the streets, David Morin can make music anywhere. But his home studio is where the real magic happens.

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Festival du Voyageur 2017 showed a lot of love for local Indigenous talent. Here's a look back, featuring Leonard Sumner, Sierra Noble, Iskwé and more.

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