By Joe Gibel Cassette tapes are back in demand in 2017 as more artists release content on the format. According to an article published by the Windsor Star, sales of cassette tapes jumped almost 80 per cent to about 7,000
By Joe Gibel A local singer-songwriter uses his passion for the blues and rockabilly to entertain audiences. The South River, Ontario native found a love for the blues and knew he just had to get it out to an audience.
By Noah Gecelovsky From the iPod and Apple Streaming to Spotify and YouTube, the 21st generation has created a number of different sources and platforms to find and listen to music. But there are still two ways of listening to music that will never die:
The Nobel Committee for Literature selects a winner each year and this year’s choice – Bob Dylan – has become controversial to some. According to Nobelprize.org, Dylan has been recognized for having “created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition.” He
Despite having an identity as a border city, the time has finally come for Windsor to distinguish itself. With clubs like Phog Lounge, Milk Coffee Bar, Venue Music Hall and Villains Beastro all promoting Windsor bands, local music has become
By: Murad Erzinclioglu Boom. Boom. Boom. The sound of native drums is echoing in communities from coast to coast. The sound of the First Nations drumming has become synonymous with the Idle No More movement. According to the movement’s website,
By Hailey Trealout Local poets, musicians and story tellers gathered at the Downtown Expresso Cafe in Amherstburg Nov. 10 to contribute to the Mudpuppy Gallery’s seventh Beat Night. Professionals and amateurs stood at the podium in front of 50 listeners
by Hailey Trealout The Mudpuppy Gallery invited people of all ages to the Downtown Expresso Cafe in Amherstburg Sept. 28 to support local performers during their Beat Night. The Mudpuppy Gallery opened in May 2010 as a non-profit organization run