Polaris Music Prize honours Canadian musicians & artists from around the country.
The event is this Monday, September 16th at the Polaris Gala.
Keep a lookout cause we will be featuring a new performer everyday
leading up to the day of the event!

Today’s Feature:

PUP is a Canadian punk rock band formed in Toronto, Ontario in 2010, originally under
the name Topanga. PUP’s self-titled debut album was released on October 8, 2013.
The bands members consists of Stefan Babcock, Nestor Chumak, Zack Mykula, and Steve Sladkowski.
They have 3 albums PUP (2013), The Dream Is Over (2016), and Morbid Stuff (2019)

Katie Hicks Toronto illustrator interested in cartoons and skeletons and cartoon skeletons.
Katie likes telling stories and drawing colourful pictures to accompany them.

DOMINIQUE FILS-AIMÉ is a Canadian singer-songwriter from Montreal, Quebec. In 2018 she released her 1st album titled ’Nameless’ focusing on the history of African-American music. It was followed up with her 2019 album ‘Stay Tuned!’ Which explores jazz music. She is inspired by soul icons from the 40s and 60’s.

Sarah Penina is located in Montreal, Canada. Sarah paints, draws, produce digital illustrations and dabbles in personal zines. Her work re-visits the aesthetics that surrounded her in childhood, especially the stylized hyper-femininity of 1980s-1990s children’s toys and media. Bringing these inspirations into the present as a way to delight and soothe herself and others. Thematically Sarah’s work touches on nostalgia, memory, and escapism.