INTERVIEWS


Let Your Feelings Overtake You – An Interview With Chandra

Let Your Feelings Overtake You: Chandra Reckons With Her 12-Year-Old Self

Oct 17, 2014

As a reissue of her 1980 post-punk classic Transportation kickstarts another resurgence, Chandra looks back to move foward.

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Moving Beyond Multiculturalism at The Music Gallery

Oct 16, 2014

As the conception of Canadian music shifts, the Toronto New Music institution searches for a new definition.

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Forest City Series is the sound of London, Ontario’s burgeoning electronic underground

Oct 6, 2014

A Person Disguised As People discusses his new compilation of artists shaping the identity of a growing community.

Buck 65 Jays Game

That’s The Way Love Dies: Buck 65, Baseball and Divorce

Sep 30, 2014

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.

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Don’t You Worry About A Thing: How Running Saved The Wooden Sky

Aug 28, 2014

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.

The New Pornographers Interview

INTERVIEW: The New Pornographers dive into the process behind their “defiantly celebratory” new album

Aug 19, 2014

We quizzed A.C. Newman and Kathryn Calder about their new record and found the truth in one free afternoon.

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Jon Hopkins Thrives On The Second Stage

Jul 24, 2014

For the in-demand British electronic producer, making albums is just step one.

Nash The Slash

RIP Nash The Slash: Our final interview with the Toronto avant-garde pioneer

May 13, 2014

We spoke with the music legend last year. Here's what he had to say about integrity, web hype, and his legacy.

Owen Pallett interview

INTERVIEW: Owen Pallett on his move to Montreal, sensationalist journalism, and made-up music beefs

May 8, 2014

Owen Pallett has mixed feelings about music journalism, theory and criticism, and he's not afraid to tell us why.