Remixes happen, a lot, but not all of them are done legally. Dubset wants to help DJs get paid for their work while the original artist gets the credit (and payment) they're due.
Has the art of writing a hit song become a matter of science? Hit Songs Deconstructed tracks the latest trends.
: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 38:57 — 36.5MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Google Podcasts | Email | RSS | Learn MoreHave you ever actually listened to the song? It’s SO WEIRD. And it was even weirder when it was released on Halloween of 1975. Music producer Brent Bodrug joins us to deconstruct why almost 45 years later, it’s every headbanger’s favourite song to rock out with in the car. Alan explains the theory it’s Freddie Mercury’s coming-out song. Plus:...
Gord Deppe and Sandy Horne of Spoons join Michael Hainsworth and Alan Cross at the Music Fan Expo and discuss their nearly 40-year career, their new album and the career paths they didn't take.
A Japanese company will hitch a ride to the moon one one of Elon Musk's SpaceX missions next year, hoping to explore the polar regions in search of water and cool footage.
Back for CES 2019 is the best home robot of the future, capable of folding just about all your laundry.
We've rounded up some of the weirdest gadgets you'll see at CES this year. What do you think?
: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 41:50 — 48.9MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Google Podcasts | Email | RSS | Learn MoreWe learn why Christmas music is arriving earlier and earlier, how it works on our brains as we shop, and what we can do about it with Dr. Brynn Winegard. Plus, the geeks reveal their favourite holiday songs, although it seems Michael is largely trolling Alan. Christmas music too early can be bad for you. Science says. by Amber Healy If Christmas music starts to play...
There are promising studies about using marijuana as part of a patient's treatment for brain cancer. But is it the wonder drug some want it to be?
The Hip didn't just inspire loyalty and admiration from their fans; they also inspired and supported artists along the way. Here are five songs with nods to one of Canada's greatest bands.
Music might be the art form most closely associated with the Hip but artists were inspired to pick up paint, chalk and other materials to show their appreciation, on sidewalks and the sides of buildings.
There's no question the Tragically Hip wrote incredible songs. Turns out, those songs make pretty great covers too.
The organizers of the first Walk for Wenjack are bringing the spirit of the event to Toronto as part of Secret Path Week.
It's been nearly two years since Gord Downie released "The Secret Path." To commemorate the one-year anniversary of his passing and the continued need to "do something," an aboriginal community in Oshawa is hosting a viewing of the movie.