Uncharted is our weekly showcase of independent artists you should hear.
As Whine of the Mystic gets treated to a juicy reissue, Nigel Chapman talks biochemistry, 11th century poets, religion, Joe Strummer and the benefits of drinking. So songwriting, basically.
Jazz Cartier has been choreographing his ascent since he was a teenager. Now that it's happening, he's still going up.
Montreal-based singer/songwriter Alex Calder talks Instagram censorship, hippie parents, and why every musician eventually leaves Edmonton.
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.
Some of our best-loved upstarts put their year under the microscope.
As DFA Records reissues the veteran Toronto musician's most ambitious LP four years after its barely noticed release, he reflects on the cultural climate and looks forward.
The composer-turned-songwriter talks intuition, understanding strings by being bad at cello, and Norman McLaren.
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