— Top Stories This Week —
New York's Le1f laughs a whole bunch in this superfastbomb of an interview
On ripping off your idols to improve your craft, emo guilt, and how, insist you might, they don't really sound like Sloan.
The parodist's "Blurred Lines" parody represents a dangerous approach to language, even beyond the word "spastic."
Features, interviews, reviews and performance videos from each of the short listed artists. Start your argument here.
In the series premiere of our new show Rapid Fire, Laura Jane Grace and Atom Willard take the heat.
The Toronto punk all stars release a pair of caustic, breakneck EPs that make us worry for a generation.
One part dark cabaret, two dashes avant-garde chanteuse, some robo kraut, a little goth rock, and a pinch of ultra-minimalism.
UNCHARTED: Halifax’s Monomyth aren’t trying to revive anything
Polaris Prize Short List: Supplemental Reading & Viewing from All 10 Artists