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Top Three This Month
As DFA Records reissues the veteran Toronto musician's most ambitious LP four years after its barely noticed release, he reflects on the cultural climate and looks forward.
As more women step forward with sexual assault allegations against the former CBC star, many in the media are re-examining what they may have already heard.
Now that the moody lo-fi project has run its course, here's a look back at what he made before his breakout albums.
Between talking about Cheestrings and odour, Mac Demarco accidentally curated us a playlist.
Mimicking the structure of his gorgeous new double LP, the veteran Toronto singer/songwriter picks two albums of Canadiana and two albums of Americana.
Thurston Moore's new solo album is being hailed as the Sonic Youth album we've been waiting for, but you can find the band's DNA all over the last three decades of music.
As a reissue of her 1980 post-punk classic Transportation kickstarts another resurgence, Chandra looks back to move foward.
As the conception of Canadian music shifts, the Toronto New Music institution searches for a new definition.
An exciting new generation of singers are narrating the complexity and diversity of life in urban Canada. So why are they absent from the national conversation?
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