Articles by Jason Parker Quinton
The James Hunter Six
Nick of Time
PUBLISHED Mar 3, 2020
The once-underground R&B sensation, turned Van Morrison collaborator and sometime bandleader, the man who every few years just casually dro...
El Gato y Los Rumberos
PUBLISHED Feb 26, 2020
Boogat's output is rooted in a hip-hop head's desire to comment on right now, but sprouts from a compulsion to weave the classic sounds of...
PUBLISHED Nov 15, 2018
Internationally lauded Toronto soul artist (and Exclaim! cover star) Rhye is about voice. A voice usually used to explore the expanse of hu...
Unbreakable: Alborosie Meets the Wailers United
PUBLISHED Jun 27, 2018
It's inevitable that strains of money, fame and time cause factions and fraction in any genre. Unbreakable: Alborosie Meets the Wailers Uni...
PUBLISHED Jan 31, 2018
Former nominee for a jazz Juno, Laila Biali's traditional weapon of choice is keyboard. On many songs on her self-titled swing-for-the-pop-...
Sultans of String
PUBLISHED Nov 30, 2017
As December crests and the mercury falls, everyone from your Uber driver to the music supervisor at the mall starts running timeless hits l...
PUBLISHED Oct 27, 2017
Eric Benét — forever remembered in the culture as the guy who repeatedly cheated on Halle Berry and now immortalized by Jay-Z on "4:44," wh...
Chicago Afrobeat Project featuring Tony Allen
What Goes Up
PUBLISHED Sep 29, 2017
The righteous assertions of Afrobeat's sonic revolution are most present in our culture as polyrhythms that are pervasive in genres from po...