— Top Stories This Week —
We spoke to NXNE Director Michael Hollett about how they plan to respond to the public outcry over their festival headliner.
The Hamilton-based four-piece talk punk politics and why hardcore kids always get into New Order. They also premiere the first stream of their debut album.
One lucky winner could be front row for Kendrick, scarfing tacos, getting their sneakers polished (maybe at the same time).
Banko Gotiti has built an enviable catalogue of warped pop music in under a year. We spoke to kinda/sorta president Pat Jordache about how they did that.
With our Canadian flag draped around our shoulders, we captured all you missed at CBC Music Festival, from Bahamas to Coeur de Pirate with all the Joel Plasketts in between.
We spoke to the quartet's cellist about the relationships between composer and remixer and why songwriting never ends.
It turns out Letterman's repeated question to musical guests was an elaborate running joke.
Jazz Cartier has been choreographing his ascent since he was a teenager. Now that it's happening, he's still going up.
Will Action Bronson be turfed from NXNE’s main stage?
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