JUNO-Awards nominated singer/songwriter Lindsay Schoolcraft has teamed up with fellow Canadian Gaia Guarda to release “I Didn’t Break”, the first single off of the upcoming C Squared Underground Music Special compilation. Both artists bring their distinctive, but contrasting talents to the track! The compilation will be released on Bandcamp on September 17th 2021 and features clients and comrades of C Squared Music a new company formed by Corinne Westbrook and Curtis Dewar that helps bands with their promotion, marketing and sales. The compilation is the first album to be released under the new company’s name.
Juno nominated singer/Songwriter Lindsay Schoolcraft (Antiqva) has announced the launch of her official Patreon in order to better connect and engage with her fans. The Patreon will be used to give Exclusive Songs, Live Performances, Monthly Hang Outs, and videos documenting the creative process. Fans will also get to vote on what song she works on next and have a say in helping aid along the creative process, essentially contributing to Lindsay’s next album. Schoolcraft has run several successful crowdfunding campaigns and collaborated with her fanbase on campaigns in the past for merch, and asked them to weigh in on other key facets of her process. in the past, and this is the next chapter in that journey. Continue reading
To celebrate the holiday’s the Music Marketing Mixer group has released a MASSIVE playlist of some of the best up-and-coming musicians in the hard rock/metal scene. The five and a half hour playlist comes from the members of the group, which is free to join on Facebook, provides music industry marketing advice from industry experts, coaching, free webinars, and coaching for bands and solo artists. Brought to you by The Dumb and Dumbest Podcast, BDWE Media, Dewar PR, Dropout Media, and Ghost Cult Magazine, the group is free to join at this link here. The playlist has over 60 tracks and includes tracks from artists such as Lindsay Schoolcraft, King Gorm, Caustic Casanova, 20 Watt Tombstone, The Inferno Doll, Duncan Evans, Alpha Bootis, Gravehuffer, Gaia Guarda, Casket Robbery, and many more! Jam out to the list here.
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Singer/Multi-instrumentalist Lindsay Schoolcraft has announced her new album, Worlds Away (Cyber Proxy Records). This released, dropping October 9th, comes on the heels of Lindsay’s last solo full-length, the Juno Award-nominated Martyr (Cyber Proxy Records). The former Cradle of Filth keyboardist and backing vocalist also performs in progressive black metal band Antiqua. For her new album, Lindsay threw it back to her earlier work of just vocals and Harp, with other instrumentation. The album was produced, engineered, mixed, and mastered by frequent Schoolcraft conspirator, Tyler Williams, at Monolithic Productions. You can pre-order the album and hear a teaser trailer with new music now!
Powermetal loving Canadian band Striker has won The 2020 JUNO Award for Metal/Hard Music Album Of The Year for their album Play To Win (Record Breaking Records/Independent). The Awards show was streamed live on TV and online. The other nominees in a talented and competitive field were Lindsay Schoolcraft (ex Cradle of Filth) for Martyr (Cyber Proxy), Kobra And The Lotus – Evolution (Napalm/The Orchard), and Single Mothers Dine Alone – Through A Wall (The Orchard). Artists who released albums between September 1, 2018 and November 8, 2019 were eligible for nominations.Continue reading
The 2020 JUNO Awards (the Canadian equivalent of the Grammy Awards) live ceremony was postponed this spring due to the coronavirus. Tonight the awards show will announce all of their winners, including the award for Metal/Hard Music Album Of The Year. The nominees are Lindsay Schoolcraft (ex Cradle of Filth) for Martyr (Cyber Proxy), Kobra And The Lotus – Evolution (Napalm/The Orchard), Single Mothers Dine Alone – Through A Wall (The Orchard), and Striker – Play To Win (Record Breaking Records/Independent). The JUNO Awards are set to be hosted by Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Alessia Cara will host the show, which will be broadcast live on CBC. Artists who released albums between September 1, 2018 and November 8, 2019 were eligible for nominations.Continue reading
Lindsay Schoolcraft, formerly of Cradle of Filth, has just shared a new music video, a performance-centric clip for her song ‘Dangerous Game’. The song comes from her current solo debut Martyr, which released last fall and is nominated for Metal/Hardrock Album of the Year from the Juno Awards (the Canadian Grammy’s). Filmed by Alexis BC, the clip was filmed live at the legendary Foufounes Electriques, Montreal, Canada on December 7th, 2019, which served as Lindsay’s record release show. Continue reading
Sad news as Lindsay Schoolcraft, the longest-tenured keyboardist and backing vocalist in Cradle of Filth has departed the band. The separation was mutual and respectful as Lindsay is focusing on her growing solo career under her own moniker with a JUNO Awards nominated solo-album Martyr, from 2019, and her black metal band Antiqua with Xen of Ne Obliviscaris. The band has replacement selected, but not yet announced. Cradle is working on a new album, which Lindsay has been working on with them. It will be the follow up to Cryptoriana – The Seductiveness Of Decay, out now via their long-time label Nuclear Blast. Continue reading
Cradle of Filth keyboardist and vocalist Lindsay Schoolcraft has been nominated for the 2020 JUNO Awards (the Canadian equivalent of the Grammy Awards) for her debut album Martyr! Martyr released on October 7th via her label, Cyber Proxy. Martyr is nominated for the Metal/Hard Music Album Of The Year along with other contenders such as Kobra And The Lotus – Evolution (Napalm/The Orchard), Single Mothers Dine Alone – Through A Wall (The Orchard), and Striker – Play To Win (Record Breaking Records/Independent). The JUNO Awards are set to be held on Sunday, March 15 at the SaskTel Centre in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Alessia Cara will host the show, which will be broadcast live on CBC. Artists who released albums between September 1, 2018 and November 8, 2019 were eligible for nominations. Lindsay commented:Continue reading