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Top Three This Month
As the conception of Canadian music shifts, the Toronto New Music institution searches for a new definition.
An exciting new generation of singers are narrating the complexity and diversity of life in urban Canada. So why are they absent from the national conversation?
Hear the electronic pioneer's influence and range in a handful of stunning tracks.
The long-in-the-making musical written and directed by Belle and Sebastian's Stuart Murdoch is a clumsy but intriguing rumination on the myth of the tortured artist.
Will Oldham's wall has come down, scattering his records onto the floor. Here, he plucks five of his favourites from the chaos.
Crystal Castles have broken up. Dwell in your 8-bit grief with some stuff you may not have heard before.
This month’s roundup brings us to Calgary's punk scenes and the awesome doom-punk blast of Hag Face.
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 discusses his new compilation of artists shaping the identity of a growing community.
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