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Top Three This Month
The beer-soaked Toronto pop-punks share five albums that pissed off their parents.
Disproving the old myth that the lead singer IS the band, here are ten groups who replaced their vocalists and never looked back.
Does Pusha T have what the rap game's been missing?
Women burned out in 2010, but their fingerprints are all over the current music scene.
We sit down with Viet Cong, arty post-punk from Calgary ft. Women alum, to talk the audacity of British music and saving a man's life on mushrooms. Woah.
Montreal has been glorified as a DIY pop utopia in the days since Grimes' Visions exploded, but not all is as it seems.
We look at some one hit wonders who are better than just one song.
Cecil Frena urges us all to reevaluate our '90s pop hits.
We speak with the Warp Records artist about his prolific collaboration streak, getting sampled by Kanye, and putting sentiment before technology.
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