Welcome to the second episode of the DD Podcast! We hope you enjoyed last week’s premiere featuring Shawnee and her brand new track, Warrior Heart. This week we’re back with another First Listen Friday, this time from Vancouver’s soulful indie group Sister Says. Fronted by sibling duo Gillian and Rob Thomson, they collaborated with Toronto-based composer […]

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Striving for the perfect sound, Sister Says set up shop at The Space Studios in Vancouver. Mission accomplished.

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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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From growing up in a family band to fronting the soulful pop group Sister Says, Vancouver’s Rob and Gillian Thomson have always connected through music. In this exclusive DD Spotlight, the siblings talk about their latest album, the evolution of their creative process and more.

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Since its inception in 2006, the Aboriginal Music Performers Camp has helped fill a long-existing gap in the national music scene by providing indigenous artists an opportunity to develop their business skills and hone their artistic abilities. In this exclusive feature, we go behind the scenes with this year’s participants at Falcon Trails Resort in Manitoba.

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Since its inception in 2006, AMP Camp has helped fill a long-existing gap in the national music scene by providing Indigenous artists an opportunity to develop their business skills and hone their artistic abilities. Meet the 19 artists participating in this year's edition.

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Since its inception in 2006, the Aboriginal Music Performers Camp has helped fill a long-existing gap in the national music scene by providing Indigenous artists an opportunity to develop their business skills and hone their artistic abilities. Here's what Gerri Trimble, program officer with Canada Council for the Arts, had to say about AMP Camp's history, purpose and more.

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