“Ibrahim’s eclipsing talent has been tenaciously honed outside of the pressures of a homogenizing industry that would benefit from making her its star.” Anupa Mistry, Pitchfork “Knotty, futuristic, and genre-shifting R&B.” – Jordan Darville, FADER “Futuristic soul at its best” – Afropunk Zaki Ibrahim revisits her candescent, joyous debut EP Shö (Iqra in Orange), originally released […]
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Reassuringly familiar, if a little bit flashier, the longsuffering but thankful NQ Arbuckle wins another battle against the urge to cut and run with “Love Songs For The Long Game,” his first new music in six years. For an artist whose songs have always grappled, at least in part, with the panic that comes with […]
LET IT SHINE: THE DEAD SOUTH SHARE “THIS LITTLE LIGHT OF MINE.” IN HELL, HERE’S TO GOOD COMPANY: THE DEAD SOUTH’S SINGLE GOES GOLD IN USA. “Ragged and righteous Canadian bluegrass.” – NPR Music In a newly isolated world, The Dead South offer a little blast of joy in a madcap, two-minute whip […]
BE CHANGED. BE REARRANGED. repel redeem rebirth resist renew radiate PRAY FOR IT Today, Six Shooter management clients July Talk released the first single, “Pay For It” from their new album, Pray For It, the band’s third album. Out July 10, 2020 (via Sleepless Records in Canada and BMG worldwide) the long-awaited new studio […]
Some of you might have heard Whitehorse deliver a stunning cover of “Fade Into You” on their #CanadaPerforms live concert last Friday. And a few of you even mentioned in the comments how much you liked it. We’re happy to say that today Whitehorse have released an official recording of the Mazzy Star classic. The […]
These JUNO nominees will perform on CBC q Live at the JUNOs and the 2020 JUNO Awards broadcast. There aren’t many bluegrass songs with pierogies and cabbage rolls on the menu, but there aren’t many bluegrass bands like The Dead South. This string band from the Canadian prairies, currently on a world tour that includes […]
LAUNCHED BY KIM TEMPLE AND SIX SHOOTER RECORDS, THE HIGH PRIESTESS PUBLISHING ROSTER INCLUDES ZAKI IBRAHIM, WITCH PROPHET, SUN SUN AND JAMES BALEY. Welcome to High Priestess Publishing, where expertise meets radical creativity to unlock the hidden potential of music publishing rights and royalties. High Priestess, a new joint venture between Kim Temple […]
JOB OPPORTUNITY: ARTIST MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATE (FULL TIME) Established in 2000 in Toronto, Six Shooter Records is a full-service music company with a diverse roster that includes artists in the genres of Americana, country, rock, and avant-garde. In addition to being a label and a publisher, the company also provides artist management services. Since its inception, […]
We are extremely excited to introduce you to William Prince’s sophomore album, Reliever, today. Leading up to its release, William Prince appeared on CBS Saturday Morning and made his debut US television appearance performing “The Spark” and “Always Have What We Had,” along with breakout song “Breathless” for an audience of millions. Click the image […]
20th ANNIVERSARY KICKS OFF WITH KNOW & TELL, NEW MENTORSHIP PROGRAM Six Shooter Records embraces its 20th anniversary, two decades of guts and grit, vision and action, as an opportunity to celebrate the past and contribute to the future. With a full slate of programming, events and news rolling out in the coming months, […]
Just as an established band cannot be on the road without a tour manager, the same goes for a 16-member label crew putting out records: we need a strong administrative leader. After putting out the call, we are thrilled that Zara Abbasi answered it. “Having just completed my second week at Six Shooter, I am […]
HENRY WAGONS’ DEBUT SOLO ALBUM TURNS SEVEN Henry Wagons had been traveling for nearly a day by the time he folded up his tray table over London, UK and made his way to a haunted house to meet his first guest vocalist. Two days before boarding his flight in hometown Melbourne, AUS, Henry called his […]