How Claire Boucher soundtracked the digital highway that destroyed the underground.
As the Toronto artist-owned music co-op becomes a memory, we look back on a generation’s legacy of local love and labour.
There's a rumour that the Calgary band will finally respond to the outcry at this Monday's gala. But would it be enough?
At Festival De Musique Émergente in the remote mining town of Rouyn-Noranda, we ponder what makes a strong festival.
From Francesco Yates to The Weeknd, today's best pop artists are mining the past to explore the entanglements of time, memory and feeling.
The new N.W.A. biopic couldn't be better timed, but it leaves out part of the story.
NXNE came into 2015 with good intentions, but, after a week full of the same old blunders, it became obvious those intentions had crumbled yet again.
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