Uncharted is our weekly showcase of independent artists you should hear.
On Toronto's heavy scene, the importance of In Utero, and how anyone who plays with more than one cab is an asshole.
We catch up with Morgan Waters to dish on Canadian show biz, ripping off Aaliyah, and the end of genres.
The experimental pop star discusses the value of independence, explores her audience and defines “Enya Syndrome.”
But will you ever have so much fun getting punched in the face?
Phedre, Speedy Ortiz, White Poppy, Fiver, and more look back at 2013 and forward to 2014.
Plus, those Vancouver club closures might not be so bad.
A fascinating discussion with Simone Schmidt about the limits of “confessional” songwriting, how failing health relates to sickness of the land, and why she feels out of step with both modern indie and throwback country.
Zacht Automaat are a Toronto/Oxford duo of reclusive psychedelic geniuses with 11 albums to their name in just three years. They rarely do interviews, but they took the time to email with us.
Lindsay Dobbin uses field recordings, lo-fi experiments and shamanic rituals to conjure the meaning and sensations of her dreams through sound. We spoke about nature, nurture, and crappy city folk.
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