Canadian Music Café Announces 10-Year Anniversary Line-up
CANADIAN MUSIC CAFÉ CELEBRATES 10 YEARS
WITH HEAVY-HITTING CANADIAN RISING TALENT
The Café will showcase a lineup of Indigenous artists, eclectic rappers, and pop stars including a l l i e, Neon Dreams, Haviah Mighty, Foxtrott, The Jerry Cans. The Café is open to industry and influencers on September 10 & 11 at The Rec Room.
TORONTO, ON (August 15, 2018) – Presenting the boldest, brightest, and freshest talent in the Canadian music industry, The Canadian Music Café, presented by the Canadian Music Publishers Association and the Canadian Independent Music Association (CIMA) announces their official line-up for their milestone 10-year edition. Taking place on September 10th & 11th, The Café will be held at the popular entertainment venue, The Rec Room at Toronto’s Historic Roundhouse (255 Bremner Boulevard), just a ten minute walk from all things TIFF and festival street. TIFF badge-holders welcome.
"Canada’s music publishers are proud to be hosting the 10th edition of The Canadian Music Café. This event allows us to celebrate the song and explore opportunities for collaboration with industry professionals who are responsible for song placements in TV, film, advertising and video games,” says Margaret McGuffin, Executive Director of the Canadian Music Publishers Association.
The “go-to” spot for lounging, meetings, networking, and grub during busy festival schedules, The Café is pleased to bring together producers, filmmakers, distributors, buyers, and music supervisors from all over the world. The 10-year anniversary lineup includes Juno-nominated Indigenous band The Jerry Cans, feminist rapper Haviah Mighty, electro, pop/rock, hip-hop trio Neon Dreams, and many more. The complete lineup and schedule can be found below.
“CIMA is proud to showcase this diverse line-up of independent Canadian artists from across the country, in this our tenth year of the event,” says Stuart Johnston, President of CIMA. “Providing a platform for artists to showcase their unique and talented music for potential placement in film, media and television, is the foundation of the Canadian Music Café in Toronto.
This year’s lineup of artists will join Café alumni, including Polaris Prize Winner Lido Pimenta, City and Colour, Hannah Georgas, Rose Cousins, Doomsquad, City and Colour, Dear Rouge, Martha Wainwright, Scott Helman, Donovan Wood and Arkells, whose music has been placed in dozens of domestic and international film and TV productions.
The Canadian Music Café 2018 lineup and schedule:
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 2018
Lost Cousins (Ontario) 1:10 pm
The Jerry Cans (Nunavut) 2:00 pm
Kayo (Nova Scotia/Ontario) 2:50 pm
Foxtrott (Quebec) 3:30 pm
Neon Dreams (Nova Scotia) 4:20 pm
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER, 11, 2018 (note: Tuesday start time is 1 hour earlier)
Carmanah (BC) 12:10 pm
Kayla Diamond (Ontario) 1:00 pm
Soran (Quebec) 1:50 pm
Haviah Mighty (Ontario) 2:40 pm
a l l i e (Ontario) 3:25 pm
The Canadian Music Café is exclusive to industry professionals and by invitation only.
About the Canadian Music Café
The Canadian Music Café is a joint initiative produced by the Canadian Music Publishers Association (CMPA) and the Canadian Independent Music Association (CIMA) whose mandates are to support and advocate for Canadian publishers and Canadian independent music companies, respectively. The 2018 Canadian Music Café is made possible by the Government of Canada (through the Canada Music Fund), the Ontario Media Development Corporation (through the Ontario Music Fund), SOCAN Foundation, Canadian Musical Reproduction Rights Agency (CMRRA), City of Toronto and SOCAN.
To learn more, please visit www.canadianmusiccafe.com.
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