New releases by The Sheepdogs, Born Ruffians, and more!
The Sheepdogs – Future Nostalgia
Saskatoon's hometown heroes, 4-time JUNO winners The Sheepdogs, have released the follow-up to their self-titled 2012 release.
Toronto, ON (September 29, 2015)–The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) announced today that submissions for the 2016 JUNO Awards will open on Thursday, October 1. Apply online [...]
Three winners selected by a ‘Super Jury' that includes JUNO Award winners
Sam Roberts, Max Kerman, Kardinal Offishall and Gavin Brown
Prize includes a customized artist development program, a $10,000 MuchFACT [...]
For three albums, Midland ON-bred indie rockers Born Ruffians proved they were scrappy and eager, and unquestionably worthy of the fanbase they had amassed. But Ruff, the band's latest full-length, [...]
Last year's full-length Turning Rocks from Trans-atlantic musical duo Thus Owls was a fantastic exercise in building tension and releasing it, and employing cinematic instrumentation in clever ways. The pair, [...]
Last year, The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) developed and produced a new online content channel called JUNO TV (www.junotv.ca) that launched on January 29, 2013. JUNO TV features original programming showcasing today’s hottest stars and pays tribute to historic JUNO Awards moments. The goal for the creation of this new digital platform was (and is) to promote Canadian music artists and increase their national and international profile on a year-round basis.
For more information on JUNO TV contact: Jill Primeau
Sr. Manager, Business Development & Events
(416) 485-3135 x239 email@example.com