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Canadian Musician - January/February 2011

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January/February 2011 - Vol. XXXIII, No. 1

Tokyo Police Club - Breaking Through Borders At Breakneck Speed

by Andrew King

After the success of their previous releases, Tokyo Police Club’s latest album, Champ, finds the band up to much the same both musically and professionally – pushing forward in all directions and earning new fans in new markets along the way.

Music Psychology 101 - Science For Your Songwriting

by Patrick Noonan

Scientists and experts across disciplines have worked tirelessly to understand the mysterious and unique nature of our musical fascination. Read about some of the basics for insight into eliciting the response you want from your listeners.

Stereos - Turn It Up For Uncontrollable

by Andrew King

Stereos are no strangers to the Canadian mainstream, adored and adopted by fans from coast-to-coast and targets for trash-talkers from as wide an area. But like them or not, these guys are passionate about their craft and careers, and that passion is paying off.

Strike Up The Band! - Talking Brass & Woodwinds

by Andrew King

We’ve approached a number of high-profile brass and woodwind players from across the country – and across the musical spectrum – to talk about their music, their instruments, and their scenes while collecting some practical tips along the way.

This Is A Lifestyle - Music Education 2011

by Lynsey Kitching

Canadian music makers and industry professionals sound off on the importance of ongoing education to keep your career on-track, whether you’re behind a microphone, mixing console, or MacBook. Opportunities are everywhere – don’t let them pass you by.

Indie Insider: A Guide to Touring - Part 1.

Changes: Guitar Workshop Plus Announces Session Dates...and more!

Showcase: Hinterlandband, Air Traffic Control and Adrienne Pierce.

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