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Top Three This Month
Smith Westerns' Cullen Omori charts his musical development from Fastball through to T. Rex.
Hooded Fang rip through a song about living in a basement in their actual basement.
Detroit's prodigal pop experimenters talk the magic of Motown, the power of Dylan and sneaking political lyrics into pop songs.
These Kanye comparisons are getting out of hand.
The acclaimed group's Bear Witness gave us a crash course on the most exciting music from the First Nations.
Watch Brian Borcherdt and Leon Taheny violate the “keep quiet” policy of a Toronto library with a performance of “Property Lines.”
One half of the breakout electro stars reveals the role of hip hop in their success.
Inspired by the possibilities in emptiness, the London-via-Saskatchewan duo make electronic music that's anthemic and devastatingly personal.
Yeezus isn't the first time Kanye started paring down.
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