The Globe and Mail is running a contest to win a new dance tune.
Here’s what you need to know about the five new tunes to win: The new tunes were created by a group of Canadian producers, known as Cascadia Dance Works, and they are set to hit the market next year.
It’s a new genre, one that has the potential to take the music industry by storm.
“The Cascadian Dance Works group is committed to creating new and innovative dance music that celebrates Canadian culture, and is in tune with the new music that is being created today,” said Cascadians Dave Laidlaw, the group’s president, and Matt DeHaan, its CEO.
The winner will be chosen by a panel of Cascadeas and other industry professionals.
One of the winners, Laidawls brother Daniel, has also created the new dance anthem “Love on a Hill,” which was nominated for a Grammy.
The Canadian Dance Orchestra was not involved in creating the new songs, which were made using “an authentic mix of Canadian music, Canadian lyrics, and a mix of popular Canadian songs.”
The winner is not yet known.
The Cascades dance company has also been working with producers to create new songs.
One is “We Will Not Back Down,” a Canadian folk tune about the plight of First Nations peoples living in Canada.
The other, “Merry Christmas,” a song of love, was written by the group Cascadas, and was produced by a Canadian producer, Peter Laidaws.
The song will be released in 2018.
It is the first new Cascada dance song to hit Canadian stores since 2011, when they were given permission to debut “Mighty.”
“It’s really exciting to be able to bring this music to Canadian consumers and to be a part of something like this,” Laidawed said.
The new songs are part of the Canadian dance company’s ongoing effort to bring back old dance tunes and give them a new lease of life.
“I think that the new, more traditional songs are going to be great to rekindle interest in traditional Canadian music,” Laysaid said.
“They’re not going to bring out the same emotion as the more experimental and creative ones.”
Laidlaws and DeHaans said they hope the songs will inspire new Canadians to take up the cacti, go for a walk, and just be themselves.
“It’ll be fun for them to play some new tunes and try some new things,” DeHaas said.
With files from CTV Atlantic’s Dany Arsenault