Rags and Bones - Hag Face

RAGS AND BONES: Calgary witch punks Hag Face and their inspirational DIY pals

Oct 8, 2014

This month’s roundup brings us to Calgary's punk scenes and the awesome doom-punk blast of Hag Face.

Weezer - Back To The Shack (Did Weezer Change or Did We Change?)

Back To The Shack: Did Weezer Change Or Did We Change?

Oct 7, 2014

Everything Will Be Alright In The End is being hailed as a return to form, but is there even a form to return to?

a person disguised as people

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.

Caribou - How Fatherhood Helped Me Rediscover Stevie Wonder

Caribou’s Dan Snaith: ‘How fatherhood helped me rediscover Stevie Wonder’

Oct 2, 2014

The chameleonic electronic musician writes on how the "sonic hug" of classic Stevie Wonder steered him to the "warm and generous and outward looking" sound of Our Love.

Lydia Ainsworth - Uncharted

UNCHARTED: How Lydia Ainsworth discovered her sound at the back of the orchestra

Oct 1, 2014

The composer-turned-songwriter talks intuition, understanding strings by being bad at cello, and Norman McLaren.

Exposures - Mac DeMarco

EXPOSURES: A Weekend With Mac DeMarco

Sep 30, 2014

Photos of Mac DeMarco and his band gearing up and enjoying himself on Polaris Prize weekend. Captions by Mac himself.

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.

How To Start and Run Your Own Tape Label

How To Start And Run Your Own Tape Label

Sep 26, 2014

We asked the pros their best advice for making and distributing cassettes.

Essential Albums - Laetitia Sadier

ESSENTIAL ALBUMS: Laetitia Sadier recommends five life-changing albums from around the world

Sep 24, 2014

The Stereolab co-leader and solo artist refreshes our playlist with music that blurs the line between love and politics.