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Top Three This Month
Before his four-night Alternative Show at Toronto's JFL42 festival, comedy's freest thinker and self-appointed truing stand ran through his ~400 CD collection.
In the age of overabundance, the new free EP from Freedom Writers emcee Progress has caught the repeat button.
Artists are more willing than ever to display their Hamilton pride... but what does Hamilton pride mean?
Taking a cue from their new solo-sided double record, we let all four guys choose a record that influenced their songwriting.
£20,000 and a novelty cheque are at stake.
As Death From Above 1979 release their decade-later new album, we evaluate the other bands that have tried the same.
Get gritty with everything from Torontonian “Sewer Disease” to Vancouver’s “alcantarilla punk” in this month's roundup.
During FME, the sleepy mining town of Rouyn-Noranda becomes a playground of emerging Canadian music (in two languages), art, poutine and bowling.
The band is about to release their first album in a decade, but they definitely haven't stayed silent in the meantime.
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