Despite the vast array of streaming platforms, vinyl record sales surpassed CDs to become the most-sold physical music format in 2022, according to the Recording Industry Association of America. [ READ MORE ]
Multiculturalism is part of the fabric of life in Calgary. That was on display in Calgary’s Chinatown on National Pupusas Day. The Calgary Salvadorian Folkloric Association held their second annual Pupusas Festival on Sunday, Nov. [ READ MORE ]
The University District Night Market is a bustling destination for Calgarians, located in the new community’s central plaza in the northwest. In collaboration with Market Spot, the night market has provides an exciting experience of [ READ MORE ]
Beginner and intermediate DJs looking to practise and hone their turntable skills come to Controller Club, a free gathering held at Bù Vintage every Sunday. “It’s super chill, super welcoming, and everyone’s super friendly,” says [ READ MORE ]
Over 100 people were present the Bella Concert Hall to enjoy the Korean Cultural Heritage Festival. In this exciting program, A number of dancers and artists from South Korea performed exhilarating artwork. [ READ MORE ]
[dropcap]V[/dropcap]lone took the stage in front of the packed crowd and immediately brought the energy in the room from a two, to a ten. His first song blasted through the speakers with his crew behind him on the stage jumping and dancing. [ READ MORE ]
For years, the federal government has mistreated and disrespected Indigenous people, despite their status as the first people of our great land. Chantal Changon, a well-known activist in Calgary, has dedicated 30 years of her life to ensuring change and being the voice of those who are afraid to speak out.
The global music industry is striking a chord with more people, as the number of musicians has been rapidly increasing over the last few years. In a study done by Global Music Report, they recorded [ READ MORE ]