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Top Three This Month
Greys are selling their 2011 debut Ultra Sorta 10" at Toronto indie record stores, one copy each. Plus, they've given us an exclusive live track from their early days as a band.
Montreal-based singer/songwriter Alex Calder talks Instagram censorship, hippie parents, and why every musician eventually leaves Edmonton.
With an eye to finding out what makes The Garden City tick, we discover what it’s like to be involved in a music scene that exists on a (literal) island.
Grey skies, angry engineers, pizzalessness — the grungy Vancouver act discusses getting their sophomore album Running Back just so.
Jay Z's new streaming service isn't a viable business and maybe that's the point.
Sunday, April 5 at Lee's Palace: a rare Toronto visit from the doom legends summons a grindhouse orgy of visuals, riffs and smoke... geysers of smoke.
Two Canadian indie rock veterans hit middle age. What better time to start playing "loud as fuck" and scream their heads off?
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