Bands like Superchunk and Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks have taken the notion that punk is for the young and spit in its face.
As the Junos approach this weekend, the time has come for the Canadian music conversation to change — or, perhaps more specifically, to begin anew.
The Unicorns' legacy is potent and lasting, but their mythology has been perpetuated and controlled by a self-appointed online cabal: their fan forum.
How Arcade Fire's endless Reflektor marketing campaign has essentialized Haiti's vibrant culture to revitalize their own image.
Montreal has been glorified as a DIY pop utopia in the days since Grimes' Visions exploded, but not all is as it seems.
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