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Canadian Musician September/October 2012

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Stars-Smooth Sailing into The North

By Chad Brown

For over a decade, stars have managed to captivate listeners with a smooth, soul-inspiring sound that transcends the undie pop genre. With their sixth studio release, The North, having just hit shelves, founding members Torquil Campbell and Chris Seligman spoke with CM about writing recording, and the band's resilience over the years.

Metric- Getting to What's Real

By Andrew King

Principal songwriters Jimmy Shaw and Emily Haines of Metric speak at length with CM about the creation of their latest offering, Synthetica, the parallels of music making and sculpting, and how a Neil Young cover led to a musical collaboration with Lou Reed.

Alex Cuba-World Music, Minus Borders

By Andrew King

It was 1999 that Alex Cuba first immigrated to British Columbia from Cuba. Since, his music career has flourished as his take on traditional Cuban sounds has been further infused with an ever-growing array of influence from various corners of the musical map.

Schmoozing & Showcasing-Insight To Help Capitalize On Industry Festivals & Conferences

By Kevin Young

There's no doubt that multi-venue music festivals and industry conferences offer musicians a chance to get up close and personal with other artists and industry professionals of all descriptions. We've got some tips to help maximize your impact as such events.

Tips From The Other Side Of The Tracks-Home Recording 201

By Shawn Bradley

The author of CM's reputable recording blog "Other Side Of The Tracks" shares insight and instruction on bringing you home productions to the next level-his own, as well as bits from world-class engineers and respected recording artists including Dan Lanois, David Bottrill, Mastodon, and more.


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