It's day three of our Canadian Music Week podcast series on The Come Up Show Podcast. If you haven't heard yet, we’re dropping a brand new podcast every day this week in celebration of the recent music festival. Yesterday, we brought you an interview with Toronto’s Airplane Boys. Today, Chedo catches up with Mike Boyd and his brother Classified. Listen below and read what Chedo had to say about the interview after the jump. Subscribe on iTunes: https://bit.ly/TCUSiTunes
We're back once again with another edition of The Come Up Show Podcast, and as mentioned yesterday, we're doing something a little different this week. In celebration of the recent Canadian Music Week, we're dropping a brand new podcast every day from Monday to Friday. Yesterday, we brought you an interview with Toronto's King Reign. Today, the Airplane Boys talk to our own DJ Chedo. Listen to the podcast below and read what Chedo had to say about the interview:
"I was really excited to get the chance to talk to the Airplane Boys again. I caught up with them at HustleGRL showcase during Canadian Music Week. We started off the interview with asking them why they shortened their name from The Airplane Boys to APB, what kind of students they were in high school, and how growing up in Scarborough influenced their music and fashion. It’s been a bit more than a year since the release of their last project Brave New World, and their brand new tape Egos and Expectation is out end of this month, so we asked them what they’ve learned in the past year, what experiences they've been through, and what we should expect on this new project. What I love about APB is how inspiring and motivational they are, so we talked about what it’s like to share your journey of being a dreamer with other dreamers, self worth, and they told me who they are representing in their music." - ChedoSubscribe on iTunes: https://bit.ly/TCUSiTunes
Yes yes y'all! It's time for another edition of The Come Up Show Podcast, and this week, we're doing something a little different. In celebration of the recent Canadian Music Week, we'll be dropping a brand new podcast every day from Monday to Friday. To start things off, we bring you an interview with Toronto's King Reign, as he sits down with our own Michael Lavictoire. We talk about early influences, Toronto's music scene, his upcoming album, Sincere, and lots more. Listen below and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes. Read more after the jump. Subscribe on iTunes: https://bit.ly/TCUSiTunes
Although February was a short month, it featured many great acts including Pusha T, Kanye West, Troy Ave, Isaiah Rashad, and many more. It may still be cold out however, things will begin to heat up as more artists are slated to perform in March. As promised, we're back with another edition of our article on Events You Don't Want To Miss (March 2014). Click the post to see the full list!
It was a cold Saturday night and the atmosphere at the Music Hall was bittersweet. London’s very own Two Crown King decided to call it quits and hang up their...crowns (sorry) after 5 years of being a band. Sad as this was, the wonderful audience of all ages and the fantastic opening acts, along with a tight closing performance by the headliners themselves, made this a farewell show worth remembering and showed that 2CK are a band that transcends borders. Every band from A-Fos, Stereokid, My Son The Hurricane, and closing off the show Two Crown King gave the best show I've ever seen in my life. What was your favourite moment of the show? What are you going to remember for the rest of your life? Please comment below and in the meantime check out all the photos by our photographer Eddy Rissling.