— Top Stories This Week —
There’s a lot to be excited about for this July’s Festival d'été de Québec: Muse, Kendrick Lamar, Wolf Parade, Metallica, The Who; but nothing has us excited like the promise of a performance by the newly reunited Gorillaz.
Chris Vos of The Record Company shares the band's origin story in Firsts.
From the conventional to the not so conventional, these new music videos are the best of the week.
Get in the mood for summer with our synth-heavy list of the week’s best new songs.
Chris Cornell, lead singer of Soundgarden and Audioslave has died.
The neo-soul singer’s debut album 'Green Twins' comes out on Friday, May 19th and we caught up with him before his show in Toronto to talk about what led to his unique sound.
Taking a look at four criminally overlooked singer-songwriters.
Breaking down the likelihood of a Led Zeppelin reunion.
After a 22-year hiatus Slowdive has released a new album.
Taking a look at the upcoming compilation from Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds, Lovely Creatures.
The blues/folk singer-songwriter talks about her retro-influenced sound and her upcoming album Ivory Castanets.
For 11 days in July, Quebec City is the destination for all your music needs.