— Top Stories This Week —
As a reissue of her 1980 post-punk classic Transportation kickstarts another resurgence, Chandra looks back to move foward.
The Toronto band shows you why everyone you love is talking about them.
As the conception of Canadian music shifts, the Toronto New Music institution searches for a new definition.
An exciting new generation of singers are narrating the complexity and diversity of life in urban Canada. So why are they absent from the national conversation?
Perfume Genius' Mike Hadreas addresses his public image by talking Eiffel 65 and rollerblading.
The chameleonic electronic musician writes on how the "sonic hug" of classic Stevie Wonder steered him to the "warm and generous and outward looking" sound of Our Love.
Will Oldham's wall has come down, scattering his records onto the floor. Here, he plucks five of his favourites from the chaos.
Everything Will Be Alright In The End is being hailed as a return to form, but is there even a form to return to?
Let Your Feelings Overtake You: Chandra Reckons With Her 12-Year-Old Self
Moving Beyond Multiculturalism at The Music Gallery
THE CATCH UP: Daniel Caesar, Shi Wisdom and a shift in Toronto R&B