In a genre that polices its borders so vigorously, why does metal produce so many punchlines and gimmicks?
Brett Morgen's impressionistic new documentary both dismantles and elevates the tortured genius myth of Kurt Cobain.
The City of Toronto's new initiative has inspired scepticism and confusion, but Mike Tanner's attempts to engage the grassroots music community inspire cautious optimism.
Jay Z's new streaming service isn't a viable business and maybe that's the point.
Many of the highlights of this year's Prism Prize shortlist are animated. So we gathered the nominated Canadian directors working in the medium to discuss how and why they do it.
An email roundtable with Toronto indie musicians and producers about the decline of the classical record producer.
On I Love You, Honeybear Father John Misty aims for sincerity. He's reached it through the most ironic route possible.
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