Since dropping her self-titled debut album in 2013, Iskwé has taken hustle to a whole new level. On top of writing new music, she’s managed to attend university, tease us with singles and tour extensively. In the last year alone, she’s performed for Swedish royalty, played Aboriginal Day Live in Edmonton and opened up at the […]

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From legends like Buffy Sainte-Marie to rising stars like DJ Shub, these names need to be on your radar.

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Iskwé records 'Give Me Some Room' at Hamilton's Catherine North Studios in Season 1 of DD Studio Sessions.

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In addition to mainstream headliners like Nelly Furtado, Daniel Lanois, Digging Roots, Classified, Taboo and Lightning Cloud, the celebration will feature sunrise ceremonies, round dances, multi-language entertainment and the first ever Inuit throat-singing choir.

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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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Iskwé's marathon session at Hamilton's Catherine North Studios ran for more than 12 hours. Worth. Every. Second.

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Yellowknife may not be known as a musical hot spot, but once a year the community welcomes some of the top talent from across Canada at its Folk on the Rocks festival. Here's a look back at FOTR 2016 with Joel Plaskett, Tasman Jude, Jim Bryson, Iskwé, Lauren Mann, Diyet, Twin Flames, The Midnight Sons Band and A Tribe Called Red's Tim 2oolman Hill.

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What exactly goes on behind closed doors in a professional recording studio? From the secrets of songwriting and the technical considerations to the collaboration between artists and producers, DD Studio Sessions set out to capture the making of a track from conception to completion.

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We recently asked a few of our favourite artists what they love about music. Here's what they had to say.

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In an industry that has traditionally kept Indigenous musicians on the margins of the mainstream, artists from around the world – and across all genres – took 2015 as an opportunity to break down barriers and make their voices heard.

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