WATCH HERE ‘CANADA SERVED COLD’ FALL TOUR ON SALE NOW. A rock band without a drummer, a bluegrass band without a fiddler. To the gentlemen of The Dead South, a self-styled 4-piece string band from Regina, Saskatchewan, it’s about how, not what, you play. The Dead South’s combination of cello, mandolin, guitar and banjo has […]
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“Love Lives Here” July Talk shaping alt rock landscape through art, airwaves and advocacy. Photo by Mitch Brown Six Shooter Management is ecstatic to welcome July Talk to the roster. “We have been following July Talk for years as both friends and fans,” says Six Shooter’s Shauna de Cartier. “We love their music, […]
THE KEY OF X: ENSIGN BRODERICK JOINS SARAH SLEAN AND ERIN COSTELO FOR PIANO-FOCUSED SHOWS IN TORONTO AND NYC. “A reclusive, romantic, tear-stained baritone and unabashed opus bringer.” – Globe and Mail “Broderick makes old-school glam sound urgent, gritty, and absolutely vital.” – Uncut A condemnation disguised as a benediction, Ensign Broderick’s BloodMyth speaks […]
FLAGSHIP NEWSMAGAZINE’S PROFILE OF INTERNATIONALLY RENOWNED INUK ARTIST AIRS SUNDAY, MAY 5. WATCH A PREVIEW HERE. “One of the avant-garde’s most dynamic performers.” – Rolling Stone “This fiercely charistmatic Inuk singer’s throaty voice demands full attention, whether she’s whispering in her softest register or howling at the sky.” – NY Times “The Inuk experimental musician […]
How will The Dead South top their Glastonbury debut this summer? By becoming the first bluegrass band to headline London’s Brixton Academy, Feb 27, 2020. The Dead South tease third album in new Sheffield, Alabama-filmed trailer. The wait for The Dead South’s third full-length album is nearly over. Today, the band announces extensive SERVED COLD […]
In advance of Whitehorse Orchestrated with the Toronto Symphony on June 15th, Whitehorse are back with a surprise single from their JUNO nominated album, Panther In The Dollhouse.
Six Shooter Records, Weber Shandwick and West End Phoenix present the second edition of the New Voices Scholarship for young music writers. Any individual 18 and under living in Toronto is encouraged to submit a short personal essay (no more than 400 words) on the question: “What song lyric most closely mirrors your life, and […]
29 Tracks recorded on tour with The Tragically Hip, at clubs, dive bars and theatres across Canada, available digitally for the first time since its 1997 release. Listen here. Welcome to our live album. As we recorded it – that is, as we dragged two digital tape machines and a mixing board across the […]
LISTEN TO NEW SONG QAUMAJUAPIK HERE. “A sound that builds like a zipper being pulled upward into the sky.” – FASHION Photo credit to Jen Squires From the land that never melts comes a sound that radiates life, youth and promise. Riit, from majestic Panniqtuuq, Nunavut, Canada, is a new artist making space […]
Trip the light iconoclastic, Interstellar Rodeo’s 2019 lineup brings dazzlingly creative forces together from July 26-28, 2019. For its eighth edition, Interstellar Rodeo offers a lineup for the musically adventurous and socially engaged. This year, and as annually expected, Interstellar Rodeo’s lineup is a sonically serpentine, genre gambolling convergence of excellence and eclecticism. Fittingly, […]
ALLISON OUTHIT, SIX SHOOTER’S NEW VP INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT, TO RECEIVE BRIAN CHATER INDUSTRY AWARD. CIMA’s announcement of its 2019 Award Recipients is big news for Six Shooter Records. Six Shooter President, the inimitable Shauna de Cartier, will receive this year’s Entrepreneur Award in recognition of the success, longevity and vision of the […]
Split Tooth audiobook nominated for 2019 Audie Award. Upcoming performances include London, UK, Rewire Festival and Washington, DC. LISTEN HERE Photo Credit: Rebecca Wood “A three dimensional sonic soundscape that alternates between harsh and lush, barren and fecund.” – Passion of the Weiss “Full of thrumming echoes not dissimilar to flurries of snow; its […]