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Thursday, September 28th, 2017

Bohemian Noon Interview with Kiku Collins

From R&B to jazz and pop, trumpet player Kiku Collins has made a name for herself as a powerful and versatile musician. She’s performed alongside icons like Beyoncé and Queen Latifah, as well as for U.S. President Barack Obama, and released two albums: Here with Me (2007) and Red Light (2011). But beyond the stage

Sunday, September 17th, 2017

Loving this Levi’s Commercial!

I am a lifelong denim-head and have become a hardcore Levi’s girl the last few years, which you can check out on my new blog Bohemian Noon: Then add the facts that I’m a music journalist...

Thursday, August 17th, 2017

Album Review: a l l i e – Nightshade

It’s not easy finding your creative voice in a crowded, often superficial, music world yet Toronto artist a l l i e has been steadily cultivating hers, taking it into directions that go against the current Toronto...

Tuesday, July 18th, 2017

Polaris 2017 Shortlist Fun!

In 2016 I became a Polaris Music Prize juror. It was instantly exciting to explore the spectacular array of Canadian music up for the prize, much of it little known gems that would go unheralded without the...

Monday, May 29th, 2017

BANDCAMP Interview: Naomi Wachira

“Naomi Wachira’s “Song of Lament” is an Ode to Resilience.”   Some albums communicate a truth, urgency, and humanity so profound that it resonates long after it ends; singer-songwriter Naomi Wachira’s Song of Lament is one of those...

Monday, May 29th, 2017

Video: Aniqa Dear – Neither Here Nor There (A Visual Album)

Monday, March 13th, 2017

BANDCAMP Interview:: Tasseomancy Make Their Own Magic

Twin sisters Romy and Sari Lightman, who’d been backing singers for Katie Stelmanis in her Austra project, tested out a few different names for their musical duo together before settling on Tasseomancy. The name is deeply personal,...

Monday, March 13th, 2017

BANDCAMP Interview: Hannah Epperson Claims Center Stage

In the first stages of Hannah Epperson’s career, she found herself in the background. “My early musical collaborations were always solely as a violinist supporting unbelievable female vocalists like Miss Emily Brown and Julianna Barwick,” she explains...

Thursday, September 29th, 2016

NOW Magazine: Xenia Rubinos

“Music is my opportunity to try to understand and be better,” explains Xenia Rubinos. “I’ve been in a fight with words for over a decade, and it was time for me to face myself.”  It’s a surprising...

Monday, August 15th, 2016

EP Review: Laura Roy

Laura Roy  Sometimes I wonder why an artist hasn’t blown up yet. Halifax, Nova Scotia’s Laura Roy is one of the best young pop-R&B vocalist making music today, with a voice as rich and beautiful as Alessia Cara and...

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