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Melissa Dyne and Khaela Maricich have created an online collection of female electronic pioneers.
Light In The Attic's compilation of Aboriginal Folk Music was one of the most important albums of the year.
WISH guitarist Kyle Connolly is finally comfortable doing things his own way, even if his own way wouldn’t have happened without the help of a tightknit Toronto shoegaze community.
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.
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.
A Person Disguised As People discusses his new compilation of artists shaping the identity of a growing community.
The veteran Canadian rapper's new album Neverlove deals with the pain of his recent divorce, but there's another love that still haunts and empowers him: baseball.
As they gear up for the release of their fourth album, Wooden Sky frontman Gavin Gardiner explains how getting fit has made him a better bandleader.
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