• Flume
  • Coldplay Slider
  • Pop Evil – Take It All
  • Major Lazer – Light It Up
  • Hot Hot Heat
  • The Zolas – Swooner
  • Bob Moses – Tearing Me Up
  • Grimes – California
  • Wildlife
  • Marianas Trench
  • Monster Truck – Don’t Tell Me How To Live
  • The Hest

2015 Juno Nominations

Congratulations to Frontside clients, friends and family on their 2015 Juno Nominations! The Glorious Sons - Rock Album Of The Year The Barr Brothers - Adult Alternative Album Chromeo - Group Of The Year Chromeo - Dance Recording Of The Year Mother Mother - Group Of The Year Manafest - Contemporary Christian Eric Ratz - Recording Engineer … [Continue reading]

Ramping up for 2015

To jump start your 2015 here are some important Music Industry Dates to remember: January 27th - JUNO Nominations Announced February 19th - Starmaker Deadline March 14th/15th - JUNO Awards (Hamilton) March 17th-22nd - SXSW (Music) (Austin) May 5th-10th - Canadian Music Week (Toronto) May 14th-17th - The Great Escape (Brighton) August 27th - … [Continue reading]

Highlights of the Nielsen Year End Canadian Newsletter – Dec 19, 2014

Billboard Canadian Hot 100 - Year End #38 - Disclosure "Latch" #43 - Ellie Goulding "Burn" #55 - Chromeo "Jealous (I Ain't With It)" Billboard Hot 100 Airplay - Year End #22 - Ellie Goulding "Burn" Billboard Emerging Canadian Artists - Year End #5 - Chromeo "Jealous (I Ain't With It)" Billboard All-Format Airplay - Year End #20 - … [Continue reading]

Thank You Radio!

Full Page Mediabase

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Jordan Hart


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August Rigo


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Think Tank: The American Active Rock Influence, or Lack Of…

Traditionally speaking, the US Active Rock radio chart had a huge influence on what was played on Canada’s Active Rockers. But in the 4th quarter of 2014, there is as big a disparity as we’ve seen in recent memory. As of this week’s chart (Nov 3rd) only 30% of the records on the USA Top 30 even appear on the Canadian Top 30. That’s 10 songs total … [Continue reading]

Is It Can-Con?


It’s the question I’ve been asked at least once a week for the 15+ years I’ve been in the promotion game. “Is my single Can-Con?” The answer I generally give is. Possibly. The reason I’m always hesitant to simply concede an affirmative Can-Con status based on the loose information a manager or label provides me stems from a general … [Continue reading]

The Dears


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