Nico We Three Kings Christmas

Christmas tunes using Instagram Hashtags

Posted: Thursday, December 6th, 2012

One of the most creative people we have the pleasure of working with in TribeHouse is our very own Nico Boesten. This is a great example of his creativity both musically and with video creation.  If you like it as much as we do then be sure to download it and also share it with […]

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Sarah Brendel’s friends speak for her new album

Posted: Monday, June 11th, 2012

When you’ve worked long, hard hours on the tracking, producing, mixing, and mastering of a new album, you can often find yourself staring at this piece of vinyl (or CD or digital track) and think, “OK, now I just have to figure out a way to let the rest of the world hear this”. German […]

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Martin Sexton – The New 60’s

Posted: Monday, May 14th, 2012

Channeling some Woodstock-era doctrine with some modern day salient observations about the current music industry is one of my favorite acoustic artists, Martin Sexton. As a singer/songwriter who often tours solo and has no real record label to front the budget for my projects, I totally resonate with what Sexton is pushing here (even if […]

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Joshua Smith


Posted: Wednesday, March 14th, 2012

Joshua Smith is a Nova Scotia native who has landed in Kelowna, BC after doing a stint of music in Nashville. We asked him about what inspires him, what happens when you Google his name, where his best songs come from, and how his faith affects his art.   Joshua Smith is planning to tour […]

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Derek Sivers

Are you stupid?

Posted: Monday, February 20th, 2012

A great reminder from CD Baby Founder Derek Sivers that what is obvious to you might be, and probably is, amazing to someone else. WARNING: If you are extremely secure, not an artist, have no ideas, have never been diagnosed with A.D.D., and have Goliath-like self-worth, don’t bother watching this. It’s a waste of time.   […]

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Katalyst | Zachari Smith

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Zachari Smith will be discussing the artist’s responsibility to their society as well as what it is like to be a full-time musician at 24. Zachari Smith is a singer/songwriter and multi-intrumentalist. Zachari has released two solo albums as well as an album with his dad, Andrew Smith ( He is also a member of […]

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Cheryl Bear Artist

It’s not always bad to meet a bear

Posted: Tuesday, January 31st, 2012

A very poor bedraggled man knelt on the cold floor in front of me, hanging onto a makeshift altar as if he were clutching a tree root to prevent his fall from a cliff. His bent back was shaking as he sobbed out his broken prayers. When he finally looked up it was hard to […]

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Craig Cardiff Indie

Art Leaks Blideo #13 – Craig Cardiff tips for indie musicians

Posted: Wednesday, January 25th, 2012

Craig Cardiff came over for a Dutch pancake breakfast after playing 2 very intimate back-to-back shows at the Streaming Cafe. After touring relentlessly for several years, recording a discography of 20 albums, playing well-known venues across North America, having gone through the whole mainstream management thing (Feldman), he now tours alone & manages himself. Hence the name of […]

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Jane Eamon

Posted: Tuesday, January 10th, 2012

Our friend Jane Eamon was recently featured here in the Event paper with the release of her first book of poems and her sixth CD this month both titled Caught in Time: The Songs and Poetry of Jane Eamon. She has been a part of the conversations, dreams & friendships of this community since day […]

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Daniel Huscroft

Posted: Tuesday, November 8th, 2011

“Art, I think, is purest when you’re fighting to make it, and it costs you something.” This is the heart of Mr. Daniel Huscroft. When it comes to looks, (in his own words) there is a lot of resemblance to a homeless person or a lumberjack but I personally think his voice reminds me of […]

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