Exploring the people, stories, and issues behind our favourite music.
Top Three This Month
We imagine a world in which Beyoncé plays the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Pitchfork Festival, and the Polaris Prize.
The Montreal-based band make geometric synth punk that feels rapturous, transcendent.
The controversial new MacBook Pro makes us wonder whether Apple is still making its products for creative people.
Bobby "Boris" Pickett tried for the rest of his life to make another graveyard smash. It never worked.
Digging into the warped heartbreak songs on Do You Love Me? with frontwoman Deb Edison.
The Tragically Hip frontman's perhaps final statement is focusing inwards on Canada's troubling colonial legacy.
A handful of young photographers talk about their experiences having their photos used without compensation or consent.
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