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Get ready, we may have found the song of the summer. And if we haven't, we've still found some great music to drift you into the hottest months.
An instant classic from The Chemical Brothers and Michel Gondry, lots of passion, a bit of ennui, and some summer vibes to roll you into June.
Whether you're in a greasy kitchen, a dull cubicle, or horrible manufacturing plant, you'll need these 10 songs to help you get out.
In a new statement, the Toronto festival reluctantly accedes to the outcry from the community and aims to move the rapper to a ticketed venue.
The prolific writer/musician tells us how the Hell's Angels, Beastie Boys and "tragic Montreal" inspired his new album.
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.
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.
Jazz Cartier has been choreographing his ascent since he was a teenager. Now that it's happening, he's still going up.
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Will Action Bronson be turfed from NXNE’s main stage?
LINER NOTES: Black Baron’s Abject Skin proves old punks can learn new tricks