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MUSIC PANEL: Building Your Indie Music Dream Team (SSM)

Published on Mar 13, 2017

The music industry is wild and confusing, but we're here to break it all down for you. Plus, we'll help you figure out how to DIY your music career until you can pay other people to do it for you. 

On Thursday, March 16th from 6-8PM, join MFM and some great industry panelists at LopLops in Sault Ste. Marie for a crash course on all the moving parts of the music industry and engage in a discussion about building your business as an artist or music entrepreneur.



-Samantha Evert // YouRockRed

-Rachel Weldon // Kelp Management, MEGAPHONO, Ottawa Music Industry Coalition, Debaser

-Kyle Merkley // Arpix Media

-Jen McKerral (moderator) // Music and Film in Motion, Up Here festival

Check out the official Facebook Event for more info.

Admission is free. Afterwards, have a drink and share your thoughts with Al Lukas performing!


MFM's Ultimate Guide to Live Music in Northern Ontario!

Published on Dec 22, 2016

There are so many opportunities to catch quality LIVE music in Northern Ontario this holiday season. We've got you covered with MFM's Ultimate Guide to Live Music in Northern Ontario Over the Holidays!


Canadian Council of Music Industry Associations Joins Focus On Creators Coalition

Published on Dec 6, 2016

The Canadian Council of Music Industry Associations (CCMIA) has formally joined the Focus On Creators coalition to support Canadian musicians, authors, songwriters, poets, music producers, visual artists and other members of the creative industries in urging the Canadian Government to put creators at the centre of our cultural policy surrounding Canadian content in the digital realm. 

Focus On Creators is a call to action by Canadian creators. Canadians are consuming more digital content than ever before, and creators have led the shift – they have digitized their work, mastered the Internet, and become their own social media directors. Yet the laws and regulations that allow creators to exploit their works to make a living are now out of date. Without urgent attention from government, thousands of Canadian creators will not be able to tell their uniquely Canadian stories.

The work of Canadian creators is increasingly used to monetize technology without adequately remunerating its creators. Income and profit from digital use of our work flow away from the creative class to a concentrated technology industry. Allowing this trend to continue will result in dramatically fewer Canadians being able to afford to “tell Canadian stories,” much less earn a reasonable living from doing so. 

The Focus On Creators campaign has prepared a joint letter to Minister of Canadian Heritage Mélanie Joly. Canadian creators are encouraged to add their names to the letter on the initiative’s website,, to help send this important message to policymakers in Ottawa. 



Northern Ontario Acts to Catch at Up Here Festival!

Published on Aug 9, 2016

Up Here Urban Art & Music Festival in Sudbury is fast approaching! We know you want to catch all of the performances, particularily those with distinct Northern Ontario sounds who call the North home!

Well here is a full listing of the Northern Ontario bands and performers...


Rehearsal Space in Sudbury For Rent

Published on Aug 4, 2016

Are you or your band looking for a rehearsal or jam space to perfect your tunes in the Sudbury area?

Currently available near Sudbury's downtown is a small rehearsal space for rent for $155 per month.

The space can be used during the week anytime after 5pm and anytime on weekends.

If interested, please call 705-586-5753 or email to score this spot for September 1st.


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