Stereophonics

Stereophonics are a Welsh rock band formed in 1992 in the village of Cwmaman in the Cynon Valley, Wales. The band consists of Kelly Jones, Richard Jones, Adam Zindani, Jamie Morrison and touring member Tony Kirkham. The group previously included Stuart Cable and then Javier Weyler on drums.

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Radical Face

Ben Cooper is a teller of stories, as seen with the fanciful album series, The Family Tree Trilogy, a 3-part chronicle revolving around a fictitious 19th-century family (the Northcotes) whose protagonists, unwittingly or not, chart a course for future generations. The project embodies Radical Face’s fascination with big story arcs, history, and genealogy — the characters in his…

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Ria Mae

“Clothes Off” is Ria Mae’s first single as part of the Sony Music Canada family. Produced by Juno Award-winning hip-hop artist Classified, “Clothes Off” has already received significant airplay in Ria’s hometown of Halifax. Although this is her first single with Sony Music, Ria is by no means a rookie to the recording industry, especially to…

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Nneka

Hip-Hop legend Nas calls her “amazing” and “an incredible artist.” The Sunday Times hailed her debut album and said her, “as good as The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill.” The award-winning Nigerian singer-songwriter Nneka was born and raised in the Warri Delta State of Nigeria, spending her childhood and early adult life growing up in the oil city of…

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Jon Bryant

Jon Bryant has always been a searcher. Whether it’s a meaningful encounter on a trip to Los Angeles, a fiery relationship, or escaping the NXVIM cult, Bryant approaches every experience with an open heart.   The past decade would be nothing short of unbelievable for him. In between life on the road, Bryant released four full-length albums, including 2019’s…

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Joshua Hyslop

Joshua Hyslop is a modern folk musician, an amalgam of influence in the classically romantic tradition of Damien Rice, Ryan Adams, Iron and Wine, and Sufjan Stevens. Like the said ballyhooed folksters before him, Joshua is inspired to write largely as a result of the people and relationships surrounding him, while also subjecting his songs…

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Hem

Hem had recorded three well-received albums—along with a B-sides-and-rarities disc plus a handful of EPs—and had been rewarded with a dedicated following. But as work on Departure and Farewell continued, it was increasingly characterized by upheaval, riven with by the dissolution of two marriages, and punctuated by addiction, family loss and crisis. Eventually discord set…

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Family of the Year

With their Billboard radio chart debut, Family Of The Year saw "Hero" reach #1 on the Triple-A Top 30 Radio Chart, sitting Top 5 for a record-breaking four months.  “Hero” also landed Top 10 at Alternative Radio.  With the release of Loma Vista, Family Of The Year performed “Hero” on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, CONAN, and Last Call…

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Dr. Chris

Dr Chris Stevens is a uniquely experienced and broadly qualified psychologist. He has over 25 years’ experience developing organisational capabilities for what he calls the ‘virtuous circle’ of creativity, high performance and wellbeing.  Organisations worldwide are confronting a difficult dilemma in delivering two imperatives: sustaining ever-more efficient productivity and developing the discipline of ongoing innovation…

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Ash Koley

Ash Koley, along with award-winning songwriter/producer and musical partner Phil Deschambault, have become known throughout Canada for their sophisticated brand of quirky pop music–an eccentric hybrid of Phil’s no-rules approach to pop production and Ash’s velvety voice and emotional delivery. With influences including Eurythmics, The Cardigans, Imogen Heap, Erasure, Madonna and ABBA (Ash actually sang in…

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