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Top Three This Month
Listen to a grip of solid R&B and genre-blurring hip-hop building on the strengthened scaffold of the new, Canadian scene.
Caribou's albums have moved in an increasingly more electronic direction, but his live show does everything it can to emphasize the humanity inherent in his music.
Chart Attack's filmic world tour hits Iceland Airwaves, featuring The Flaming Lips, The War On Drugs and The Knife's final show. We're still picking confetti out of our hair.
Back before Drake ruled Toronto, it was owned by Vincent Lamar Carter. Here are some videos to prove it.
C'est l'Halloween! Or it was. We spent it with vampire versions of CHVRCHES, Future Islands, Caribou, Four Tet and more.
Greg Benedetto, organizer of the city's best Toronto punk and hardcore festival and guitarist in S.H.I.T., curates us an NDY 2014 playlist.
Don't have $170 for the limited edition Rae Sremmurd Captain America cover? These animated hip-hop stars won't break the bank.
Despite the requisite Drake cameo at the Mod Club, PARTYNEXTDOOR demonstrated just how boring straight male sexuality can be.
Caila Thompson-Hannant’s DIY pop project blew up before she knew what it was. Her debut LP Being is the sound of her embracing the diversity within herself.
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