Search

THE CADRE

Covers the Island Like the Tourists

Tag

music

Why Rich Brian’s Amen Is Worth Your Time

By: Iain Burhoe Looking at Brian Imanuel, you wouldn’t assume that he is a world-renowned rapper. The Indonesian-born artist only began releasing music about two years ago, with his first popular song being “Dat $tick”, a ballad about shooting cops... Continue Reading →

Three Indigenous Musicians You Need to Know

By: Adi Vella As a product of the 21st century and its popular culture, I would be hardly remiss to say that I (much like my peers) consume and relish music at a level unlike any other generation of human... Continue Reading →

If You Want to Succeed: Bring The HEAT

One of the effects of being beaten with the STEM stick so often is that I sound like an anti-tech Luddite. However, nothing could be further from the truth. My problem resides with the technozealots, who believe that all of... Continue Reading →

Iskwé

Artist Iskwé is in Charlottetown this week to brighten up the music scene with the release of her new album ‘The Fight Within’. Iskwé (pronounced ‘iss-kway’), is a Winnipeg born artist and she has been making and performing her combination... Continue Reading →

How to Halloween Party: 101

How to host a rad party you ask? Well, you need good music for starters, you could bring some mad flipping lights and if you're feeling really ambitious, add a few smoke machines. You'd be amazed how these things can... Continue Reading →

Music is Izzy

Isaiah Presley is a music producer, songwriter, and singer from Bayelsa, Nigeria. He is popularly known as 2’Izzy. He started out as a rapper; his grade school crush (name withheld) asked him to sing her a Drake song. He spent... Continue Reading →

Cadre Album Review: I Decided

By: Obinna Esomchukwu Big Sean (a.k.a Sean Don) recently released his fourth studio album -- I Decided. The G.O.O.D Music signee is arguably one of the best rappers in the game today, however,  a few people are not convinced he... Continue Reading →

Teaming Up to Tour: Liz Stringer // Tim Moxam

By: Lorelei Kenny Independent solo artists Tim Moxam from Toronto, Canada and Liz Stringer from Melbourne, Australia are collaborating together for a two-week tour through eastern Canada. These dynamic artists will be hitting up The Dunk in Breadalbane and The... Continue Reading →

Priceless Piece: Why You Should Listen to Angelo Mota’s House of Diamonds

By: Iain Burhoe The state of music is something up for debate as of recently. With a heavy focus on more electronic and sounds, there is a lack of lyricism in today’s pieces. Rap music has been the biggest hit... Continue Reading →

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑