After surprising fans with another surprise return with comeback single “Freeze Me”, Death From Above are back with what they call “the purest version of the band”.
The production is based on real-life stories of people in and around Gander, N.L., who provided food, shelter and comfort to thousands of stranded passengers after the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
A few Canadian festivals are making money through sponsorships with licensed pot producers. But this could be the last summer you see them at fests as proposed legislation to legalize marijuana for recreational use would also ban producers from sponsoring events.
Research from Edison indicates 53% of listeners turn to radio to listen to songs they already know and love. Another 42% use radio – not streaming services or YouTube or anything of the like—to discover new music and see what’s new. A smaller margin still, just 16%, suggested they kept listening to radio because it offered them more than streaming, while 28% check in with their radios to see what’s trending.
This is where we like to bring you something to watch or listen to, and this week we give you Hockey Night in Canada’s annual playoffs montage.