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Top Three This Month
She's best known as a '60s teen star, but the singer of "It's My Party" was also a major proto-feminist, a camp icon, and an Andrew W.K.-approved partier.
Ahead of Valentine's Day, ten tracks — from Lou Reed to D'Angelo — that sure sound like love songs, but aren't.
Originally started by Casey Mecija and Ryan Carley of Ohbijou, The BLOT is a series of interconnected music and illustration collaborations that has taken on a life of its own.
Abrasive Toronto noise-punks THIGHS broke up abruptly in May. Now, they've released their long in the works posthumous EP... twice.
Thursday, February 5: The old-school royal turns the Art Gallery of Ontario into a sweaty rave-up for its sneak preview of "Jean Michel-Basquiat: Now's the Time."
Toronto producer David Psutka is about to release his third album under his dark, minimalist techno alias Egyptrixx. And he's doing it his way.
On their wild, wonderful new album, the Victoria weirdos grow well beyond the language of krautrock.
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